Dear Scholars of Management History,
I am an editor at Sage working on our peer-reviewed case collection, Sage Business Cases. We continue to grow the collection and, in particular, are looking to build on our interdisciplinary, historical content.
Have you written any cases that you currently use in your classroom? Do you have an idea or a rough draft that could be adapted to a teaching case? We can work with you to develop your idea, through double-blind peer review and working with an experienced developmental editor.
Manuscripts are accepted on an ongoing basis through our https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/sbc. Click or tap if you trust this link." rel="noopener">submission site. We look for cases between 1,000 and 5,000 words, and ask that each include discussion questions and teaching notes. Authors should expect initial feedback from a reviewer and Sage editor within 8 weeks of submission.
When cases are published, they join a collection that is used by students at hundreds of universities across the Americas, EMEA, and APAC. Our cases all go through a double-blind peer review to ensure top quality, and those that are published will be indexed on Google Scholar to ensure maximum discoverability.
If you have questions or would like to see a sample case, feel free to get in touch and I can send more details. Thanks all for your consideration, and happy spring!
With best wishes,
Rebecca FrankelAcquisitions Editor, Sage Publishingrebecca.email@example.com
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Just to make you aware that in addition to the SAGE Business Cases, SAGE also has Research Methods Cases. I recently published a piece there on archival methods in management (https://methods.sagepub.com/case/archival-historical-research-in-management) , and found the process quite straightforward. It links into a research methods map, which is useful for students and researchers: https://methods.sagepub.com/methods-map/archival-research .
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