Nurturing the Field of Management Learning and Education Research
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Citation of Original PublicationBento, R., Asarta, C., Hwang, A., Arbaugh, B., Fornaciari, C. J., & Dean, K. L. (2017). Nurturing the Field of Management Learning and Education Research. In 2017 Research in Management Learning and Education (RMLE) UNCONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS. Retrieved from https://www.rmle.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/2017-RMLE-Unconference-Proceedings.pdf
Research in Management Learning and Education (RMLE) has experienced considerable growth over the past decade and its legitimacy has been extensively explored (e.g., Arbaugh, 2008;; Armstrong & Fukami, 2009; Beatty & Leigh, 2010; Currie & Pandher, 2013; Gallos, 2008; Rynes & Brown, 2011; Schmidt-Wilk & Fukami, 2010). Within the broader field of business and management education (BME), the most cited research is heavily weighted toward the management discipline (Arbaugh, 2008; Arbaugh & Hwang, 2015; Burke & Moore, 2003). However, despite RMLE’s high article citation and journal influence (Arbaugh, Fornaciari & Hwang, 2016; Arbaugh & Hwang, 2015; Currie & Pandher, 2013), management still lags behind other BME disciplinary areas in efforts to identify key institutions, authors and topics.