Being and Becoming a Management Education Scholar


Call for Chapters; Proposal Deadline 15 Dec 2006

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Date: Mon, 24 Jul 2006 15:54:40 -0400
From: Charles Wankel <>
Call for chapter proposals

Being and Becoming a Management Education Scholar 

Eds. Charles Wankel and Robert DeFillippi

 This seventh volume in the Research in Management Education and Development (Information Age Publishers) series will examine the opportunities, constraints and requirements for achieving academic success in management education and development scholarship.  How do the teaching and educational leadership roles in our profession simultaneously provide opportunities for scholarship and academic publications?  How are institutional forces (accrediting agencies, university tenure and promotion policies, professional societies, research funding sources) impacting the incentives to engage in management education scholarship?  How do academics enact a successful scholarly career based upon significant scholarship in management education and development?  What seem to be critical requirements for quality management education scholarship?

We invite manuscript proposals that explicitly examine any of the above (or other) issues related to being or becoming a management education scholar from a biographical, institutional, or disciplinary perspective. We also welcome empirical research that documents the prevalence, impact and status of scholarship in management education and development.


Book chapter proposals received: December 15, 2006

Notification of accepted chapter proposals:  January 15, 2007

Receipt of full book chapters: September 1, 2007

Review book chapters and give feedback:  Oct. 30, 2007

Receipt by editors of final draft of book chapters:  January 15, 2008

Final book received by publisher:  February  15, 2008

Anticipated volume 7 publication: Summer 2008

 Submit your chapter proposal by Microsoft Word email attachment. We would most appreciate a three to five page proposal outlining your chapter, identifying your perspective(s) on graduate management education theory and practice. Include as a separate file a brief biography covering your current institutional affiliation and position and a listing of your relevant publications and educational background.

Send proposals and inquiries to both:

Charles Wankel 


Robert DeFillippi

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