Administrative Science Quarterly
Founded in 1956 by James Thompson, the Administrative Science Quarterly is a peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary journal publishing theoretical and empirical work that advances the study of organizational behavior and theory. ASQ publishes articles that contribute to organization theory from a number of disciplines, including organizational behavior and theory, sociology, psychology and social psychology, strategic management, economics, public administration, and industrial relations. ASQ publishes both qualitative and quantitative work, as well as purely theoretical papers. Theoretical perspectives and topics in ASQ range from micro to macro, from lab experiments in psychology to work on nation-states. An occasional feature is the "ASQ Forum," an essay on a special topic with invited commentaries. Thoughtful reviews of books relevant to organization studies and management theory are a regular feature. Special issues have explored qualitative methods, organizational culture, the utilization of organizational research, the distribution of rewards in organizations, and critical perspectives on organizational control.
Leading in the age of paradox: optimizing behavioral style, job fit and cultural cohesion Парадокс лидерства в возрасте: оптимизация стиля поведения, соответствие работе и культурное единство
Leadership and Organization Development Journal. 2002. No. 7. P. 372-379.
Econometrica. 1973. Vol. 41. No. 4. P. 617-631.
Personnel Review. 1991. Vol. 20. No. 2.