The Amsterdam Business School aims to create a stimulating environment for researchers and has set up a system to award research time to good researchers on the basis of their publications. Information on the system and the journal list can be found below. The list provides information about journals that Business School staff are likely to publish in and ranks them according to their scholarly prestige.
In terms of reporting standards Amsterdam Business School refers to the standards used in various (sub)disciplines. Below we present some examples of reporting guidelines. In case a researcher is not sure about what applies, (s)he can discuss this with the research institute. Furthermore, in line with UvA policies, Amsterdam Business School has compiled a document with some standards, guidelines and tools meant to support ethical management of data associated with research projects. In the protocol (document below) relevant links to other websites are given.
A Research Data Management protocol, adopted by the Faculty Board and reviewed by the Works Council, came into into effect on 1 March 2020. In line with UvA guidelines, all researchers are expected to adhere to the protocol. This document includes information on your research data management plan, what data is collected, how it is collected, and how your data is stored. Contact for Amsterdam Business School is Bas Bouten.