Professor of Management at Kent Business School, Thanos Papadopoulos, has been appointed Associate Editor of The British Journal of Management.
The BJM is the official journal of the Academy of Management and is internationally recognised as a leading publication for high quality papers across a range of disciplines and functional areas of management, worldwide.
The title represents 2000 members, supporting best practices of academic integrity, inclusion and diversity.
Professor Papadopoulos will join a team of associate editors from across the world including academics working in Spain, Austria and North America. He is naturally excited about the new role:
“I am delighted and honoured to join the British Journal of Management as Associate Editor.
“I look forward to working with the Editors-in-Chief and the members of the Editorial Board to maintain and strengthen the journal’s reputation and continue its success.
“I aim to contribute to the mission of the journal, representing multi-disciplinary, interdisciplinary, and internationally significant research in management that makes a positive social impact while using my experience from my role at Kent Business School.”
Professor Papadopoulos is the Director of the Technology, Innovation Management, and Enterprise (TIME) Research Centre at Kent Business School. He is also Associate Editor at ‘International Journal of Operations and Production Management’ and ‘Benchmarking: An International Journal’.
Recently, Thanos was included among the top 2% researchers in Business Management area in a global list of researchers prepared by Stanford University.
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