California Management Review’s Single-Year Impact Factor Reaches 5.0 in Latest Ranking
In its latest ranking of global business and management journals, California Management Review has increased its single-year journal impact factor to 5.0, making it one of the most highly-cited practitioner journals in the world.
Berkeley Haas case study on Burning Man to be featured by The Battery
The Berkeley Haas Case Series publication “Burning Man: Moving from a For-profit to a Nonprofit, the Ultimate Act of Gifting,” written by Berkeley Haas Social Impact Fellow Jennifer Walske, has been selected to be featured in the August edition of “Candy” magazine. The magazine is published regularly by The Battery, a San Francisco-based private membership club attended by Elon Musk, Sergey Brin, and other Bay Area luminaries.
Laura Kray’s CMR Article Wins Prestigious Academy of Management Organizational Behavior Award
The Academy of Management (AOM), a professional association that organizes a widely-attended annual conference and publishes several academic journals, has awarded Berkeley Haas professor Laura Kray the Organizational Behavior (OB) Division “Outstanding Practitioner-Oriented Publication” Award.