Human Resource Development Review is a theory journal for scholars of human resource development and related disciplines. Human Resource Development Review publishes articles that make theoretical contributions in papers devoted to theory development, foundations of HRD, theory building methods, and integrative reviews of the literature.
The journal provides new theoretical insights that can advance our understanding of human resource development, including:
- Syntheses of existing bodies of theory
- New substantive theories
- Exploratory conceptual models
- Taxonomies and typologies developed as foundations for theory
- Treatises in formal theory construction
- Papers on the history of theory
- Critique of theory that includes alternative research propositions
- Integrative literature reviews with strong theoretical implications
The journal also addresses philosophies of HRD, historical foundations, definitions of the field, conceptual organization of the field, and ethical foundations. Human Resource Development Review takes a multi-paradigmatic view of theory building.
Human Resource Development Review is a theory development journal for scholars of human resource development and related disciplines. Human Resource Development Review publishes articles that make theoretical contributions in papers devoted to theory development, foundations of HRD, theory building methods, and integrative reviews of the literature. Papers whose central focus is empirical findings, including empirical method and design are not considered for publication in Human Resource Development Review. This journal encourages submissions that provide new theoretical insights to advance our understanding of human resource development. Such papers may include syntheses of existing bodies of theory, new substantive theories, exploratory conceptual models, taxonomies and typology developed as foundations for theory, treatises in formal theory construction, papers on the history of theory, critique of theory that includes alternative research propositions, metatheory, and integrative literature reviews with strong theoretical implications. Papers addressing foundations of HRD might address philosophies of HRD, historical foundations, definitions of the field, conceptual organization of the field, and ethical foundations. Human Resource Development Review takes a multi-paradigm view of theory building so submissions from different paradigms are encouraged.
|Julia Storberg-Walker||George Washington University|
|Mariela Campuzano||George Washington University|
|Frank Achtenhagen||Georg-August University, Göttingen, Germany|
|Chiraprapha "Tan" Akaraborworn||National Institute for Development Administration, Thailand|
|Mesut Akdere||University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA|
|Ross Azevedo||University of Minnesota, USA|
|Stephen Billett||Griffith University|
|Jamie Callahan||Drexel University|
|Yonjoo Cho||Indiana University|
|Monica Danielson||The Toro Company|
|John M. Dirkx||Michigan State University, USA|
|Per-Erik Ellström||Linköping University, Sweden|
|Karen Evans||University of London, UK|
|Thomas Garavan||University of Limerick, Ireland|
|Julie Gedro||Empire State College, State University of New York, USA|
|Rajashi Ghosh||Drexel University|
|Tomika Greer||University of Houston|
|Irena Grugulis||University of Durham, UK|
|Holly Hutchins||University of Houston|
|Baek-Kyoo (Brian) Joo||Winona State University, MN|
|Christian Helms Jorgensen||Roskilde University, Denmark|
|T. J. Kamalanabhan||Indian Institute of Technology, INDIA|
|Marijke Kehrhahn||University of Connecticut-Storrs|
|Michael Kroth||University of Idaho-Boise Center|
|Victoria Marsick||Columbia University, USA|
|Patricia A. McLagan||McLagan International, Inc.|
|Gary N. McLean||McLean Global Consulting|
|Paul Nesbit||Macquarie University, Australia|
|Raymond A. Noe||Ohio State University, Columbus, OH|
|AAhad Osman-Gani||Iium University, Malaysia|
|Cliff Oswick||City University London|
|Marshall Scott Poole||University of Illinois, USA|
|Thomas G. Reio, Jr.||Florida International University|
|Alan Saks||University of Toronto, Canada|
|Eduardo Salas||University of Central Florida|
|James Scoville||University of Minnesota, USA|
|Andy Smith||Federation University, Australia|
|Richard J. Torraco||University of Nebraska|
|Marianne van Woerkom||University of Tilburg, The Netherlands|
|Consuelo L. Waight||University of Houston|
|Susanne Weber||Munich School of Management|
|Ida Wognum||University of Twente|
|Lyle Yorks||Columbia University, USA|
Manuscripts should be prepared as follows:
- Authors should prepare manuscripts in accordance with the guidelines of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA), (6th Ed.).
- Title page should include the full title, primary author's name, institutional affiliation, address, telephone number, fax number, and the E-mail addresses (only) and a short bio of all other authors for future correspondence.
- Abstract of approximately 150 words and Text of the manuscript should be double-spaced. No author identification should appear anywhere in the manuscript other than on the title page.
- Manuscripts should be no longer than 30 double-spaced pages, excluding references and figures.
- Use nondiscriminatory language.
- Include a cover letter stating that the manuscript is the author's original work, has not been published elsewhere, and is not under consideration for publication elsewhere at the time it is submitted.
- For publication consideration in HRDR, please submit manuscripts to the editor electronically online at: http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/hrdr. Articles accepted, published, or submitted for publication elsewhere, cannot be submitted to HRDR for publication consideration.
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