Leading managerial journals are increasingly considering family business papers. However, family business scholars often face challenges when attempting to position their papers in general management journals. Drawing from his extensive experience as the General Editor of the Journal of Management Studies, as well as his roles as an Editor and Reviewer for prominent managerial journals, Professor Daniel Muzio will offer insights into how the family business field is perceived and provide guidance on effectively positioning family business papers within general management journals.
Daniel Muzio is a Professor of Management. He joined York in 2018 from the University of Newcastle, having previously worked at the Universities of: Manchester, Leeds and Lancaster. He has held visiting positions at the University of Oxford, Bayes Business School, The Free University of Bolzano and Luiss Guido Carli in Rome. He is a General Editor of the Journal of Management Studies and a founding editor for the Journal of Professions and Organisation. Daniel’s research interests include the organisation and management of Professional Services Firms, the sociology of the professions, organizational and professional wrongdoing and diversity, inclusion and equal opportunity. Daniel has published in several leading management, sociology and law journals, including: Accounting, Organization and Society, Organization Studies, Journal of Management Studies, Human Relations, Journal of Economic Geography, Sociology and the British Journal of Sociology. He has published books with: Cambridge University Press, Oxford University Press and Palgrave.