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New for 2013
"A remarkable journal bringing academic research, policy and practice closer together"
Associate Professor Begoña Cueto, Ph.D.
University of Oviedo, Spain
"An exciting and timely new journal"
Professor Alan Saks, Ph.D.
University of Toronto, Canada
Evidence Based HRM (EBHRM) promotes empirical scholarship in the Human Resources (HR) arena and aims to provide an international forum and important reference for the encouragement and dissemination of applied research. The journal is committed to publishing scholarly empirical research articles that have a high impact on the HR field as a whole. To this end, it will publish high quality papers using econometric and statistical methods to fill the gap between conceptual arguments and observed data.
The objective of the journal is to disentangle empirically how talent drives the performance of employees, their organizations and ultimately society as a whole. Evidence-based management of Human Resources thus applies scientific standards of observation, proof and causality to demonstrate how intangible human capital can be identified and shown to add tangible individual, business and societal benefits. Beyond strengthening empirical insights and advancing a coherent body of knowledge, our editorial policy also encourages referees to assess the practical relevance of contributions for practitioners and policy makers.
EBHRM recognizes that evidence-based management of Human Resources is a multidisciplinary and international endeavour. It therefore welcomes submissions with an empirical focus from areas of human resource management, labour economics, welfare studies, personnel economics, applied psychology, leadership, human resource development, and organizational studies.
The important theme of articles in EBHRM is that they will be evidence-based and focused on important developments in the HR arena. Manuscripts will demonstrate empirical robustness and analytical rigour. Original research papers, empirical case studies and reviews of the body of empirical research endeavour are encouraged. The journal also includes research notes and conference news.
The coverage of the journal includes, but is not limited to:
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