Call for Submission

DJIM Call for Submissions – Volume 13

 

The Dalhousie Journal of Interdisciplinary Management (DJIM) is currently accepting submissions for its 13th volume. DJIM is a student-led initiative aimed at publishing Dalhousie University student work of the highest quality and significance in all areas of management.

 

Who can submit?

Students enrolled in all programs in the Faculty of Management, including MBA, MES, MIM, MLIS, MPA, MREM, BComm, & BMgmt.

 

What can I submit?

We welcome original submissions of research papers, book reviews, business cases, and interviews that engage with all topics related management.

 

“Management” is pretty broad. Can you be more specific?

The interdisciplinary nature of DJIM means that we accept a wide variety of submissions. Think about the issues, theories, trends, and practices discussed in your classes in the Faculty of Management—these are all appropriate paper topics!

 

Past submissions have been incredibly diverse. We’ve published papers on biodiversity conservation, the role of information in Buffy the Vampire Slayer, economic theory, and political whistleblowing (just to name a few). No topic is off-topic, as long as it relates to management.

 

How do I submit?

Please send an abstract briefly summarizing your work, no more than 250 words, to djim.editorial@gmail.com by Wednesday, November 30, 2016. This step gives our editors a head’s up about your submission’s content.

 

Then, please send your full submission to djim.editorial@gmail.com by Wednesday, January 11, 2017. We’ve chosen this date so you will have a chance to revise papers written for classes in the fall 2016 term over the holiday break. Please see our Submission Guidelines for more information about the submission process.

 

Other ways to get involved:

We also invite graduate students to participate in DJIM as volunteer peer reviewers or copy editors. Interested individuals should contact djim.editorial@gmail.com Those who submit articles are also welcome to volunteer.

 

Questions?

For more information about relevant paper topics, the submission and publication process, and/or getting involved in DJIM, please contact djim.editorial@gmail.com.