Organizational Research Methods (ORM) is a scholarly journal dedicated to publishing research in the field of Decision Sciences. SAGE is the publisher of this esteemed journal. The P-ISSN assigned to Organizational Research Methods is 1094-4281 and its abbreviated form is Organ Res Methods.
Several types of articles are appropriate for ORM. One type addresses questions about existing quantitative and qualitative methods and research designs currently used by organizational researchers and may involve a comparison of alternative methods. Articles of this nature should focus on the relative strengths and weaknesses of the analytical technique(s) presented. A second type demonstrates how refinements to existing quantitative or qualitative methods might lead to advances in researchers' ability to test and propose theory. For submissions of this type, authors should clearly delineate how the refinement differs from current practice and how the refinement has the potential to advance theory. A third type introduces methodological developments or techniques from other disciplines to organizational researchers. For these articles, the relative advantages of the new techniques should be clearly discussed. A fourth type may introduce new methodological and statistical procedures and concepts. Manuscripts that primarily apply research methods to substantive problems are not encouraged.
In general, articles that report results from measurement validation studies are not encouraged; however, ORM is receptive to the idea that improvements in measurement represent a methodological advance that supports subsequent research. As such, ORM will consider measurement validation studies that make a compelling theoretical case for new or modified constructs, and that use state-of-the art validation procedures. Submissions that simply report results without strong theoretical framing, robust methodology, and empirical evidence will not be considered.
ORM will also consider short methodological reports (typically submissions with 18 pages or less of text in the body of the manuscript). Several topics may be particularly appropriate. One type would be an article that consolidates material into a single, practical source. Often information known to experts is spread out across multiple sources in ways that may not be accessible to non-experts. A second type of article may be one that provides best practices for an area of research. Articles that provide best practices should acknowledge that best practices are a moving target that may change as knowledge accumulates, but having resources that detail best practices can be helpful in terms of enhancing accessibility. A third type may be an article that details major advances in computational ease for a method that is known, but for which computational methods remain cumbersome. Note that each of the examples above could also qualify as feature-length submissions, so the primary differentiator is the topic scope. The goal, however, is to offer a venue for shorter articles that may have a narrower scope but otherwise meet the journal’s goals.
|Journal title||Organizational Research Methods (ORM)|
|Abbreviation||Organ Res Methods|
|Editorial-in-chief||Tine Köhler, University of Melbourne, Australia|
|Subject Category||Decision Sciences|
Organizational Research Methods Abbreviation : ISO Journal abbreviation refers to the shortened form or acronym used to represent the full title of a scholarly journal. The ISO4 Abbreviation of Organizational Research Methods Journal is Organ Res Methods.
It is a commonly used shorthand that helps in referencing, indexing, and citing journals in academic publications, bibliographies, and databases.
Organizational Research Methods Ranking : Journal ranking refers to the process of evaluating and classifying academic journals based on various criteria, such as impact factor (IF), citation metrics, expert assessments, and other indicators.
The Ranking of Organizational Research Methods in 2023 is 304. Ranking systems aim to provide an indication of a journal's quality, influence, and prestige within a specific field or discipline.
Organizational Research Methods Impact Factor : The Impact Factor is a metric used to assess the influence and significance of academic journals within their respective fields.
The Impact Factor of Organizational Research Methods in 2023 is 9.5. It is often calculated annually and measures the average number of citations received by articles published in a journal over a specific period.
Organizational Research Methods SCImago : SCImago Journal Rank (SJR) is a metric and database developed by SCImago Lab that provides information on the scientific influence and prestige of academic journals.
The SCImago of Organizational Research Methods in 2023 is 4.626. SCImago is an independent research group based in Spain and focuses on bibliometric analysis and ranking of scientific journals.
Organizational Research Methods Acceptance Rate : Journal acceptance rate refers to the percentage of manuscripts or research papers that are accepted for publication in a particular journal, out of the total number of submissions received within a specific period.
The Acceptance Rate of Organizational Research Methods in 2023 is 5.3%. It is a measure that provides insight into the selectivity and competitiveness of a journal's editorial process.
Organizational Research Methods H-Index : The journal h-index is a metric that measures the impact and influence of a scholarly journal based on its publications and the number of citations those publications receive.
The H-Index of Organizational Research Methods in 2023 is 130. It is derived from the concept of the author h-index, which evaluates the impact of an individual researcher based on their most highly cited papers.
Organizational Research Methods Quartile : A journal quartile is a system used to rank journals in a particular field of study. The quartiles are Q1, Q2, Q3, and Q4, with Q1 being the top 25% of journals, Q2 being the next 25%, Q3 being the next 25%, and Q4 being the bottom 25%.
The Quartile of Organizational Research Methods is Q1.
Organizational Research Methods Indexing : Journal indexing refers to the process of including a journal in a searchable database or index that categorizes and organizes scholarly publications.
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The Editor-in-chief of Organizational Research Methods is Tine Köhler, University of Melbourne, Australia
Organizational Research Methods Editorial Board : The editorial board of a journal is a group of experts & scholars who play a important role in the publication and peer review process. They are typically selected by the journal's editor-in-chief or the editorial team based on their expertise and reputation in the field and journal.
Organizational Research Methods Processing/Submission Fee : Article submission/Processing fees (APC), also known as manuscript Publication fees or processing fees (APC), are charged by journals to authors for submitting/publishing their research papers/article.
These charges are typically associated with open access journals (not always), where the articles are freely available to readers without any payment or subscription fees.
The APC/Submission (Publication) Fee of Organizational Research Methods is $3500
Organizational Research Methods Call for paper : Organizational Research Methods invites original research contributions for consideration of publication in Organizational Research Methods journal.
Journal seeking submissions in the broad areas of Decision Sciences that align with journal's focus on Decision Sciences.
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Organizational Research Methods Author Guidelines : are instructions and requirements given by a publication or journal (like ORM Journal) to authors who want to submit their work.
These guidelines detail the formatting, style, and content rules authors must follow when preparing their manuscripts.
They cover aspects such as file format, citation style, word count limits, section headings, referencing guidelines, and formatting for figures and tables. for Organizational Research Methods Author Guidelines please visit the journal website.
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|Abbreviation||Organ Res Methods|
No, the Organizational Research Methods journal is not indexed in PubMed.
Yes, the Organizational Research Methods journal is indexed in Scopus.
Yes, the Organizational Research Methods journal is indexed in UGC.
No, the Organizational Research Methods journal is not indexed in Index copernicus.
No, Organizational Research Methods journal is not a predatory journal.
The Impact Factor of the Organizational Research Methods is 9.5.
The Ranking of the Organizational Research Methods is 304.
Yes the Organizational Research Methods (ORM) journal is a peer-reviewed journal.
Yes the Organizational Research Methods journal is a peer-reviewed journal and good to publish your paper.
Yes, Organizational Research Methods is a open access (Hybrid) journal.