Journal Description: Journal of Organizational Moral Psychology
publishes research in organizational ethical behavior, organizational moral psychology, and human moral cognition, judgment, reasoning, and decision-making. The journal publishes articles that present original empirical research, theoretical development, reviews of pertinent literature, and methodological advancements relevant to organizational moral psychology and behavior. Approaches that are cross-disciplinary and/or multidisciplinary are also welcome, as important contributions to this field have been conceived in psychology, philosophy, management, marketing, sociology, anthropology, biology, law, economics, medicine, and others.
Topics of interest include but are not limited to:
•Evolutionary moral psychology
•Social moral cognition
•Morality and emotion
•Ideology and morality
•Cognitive moral development
•Authenticity and autonomy
•Relating judgment and behavior
and other approaches illuminating how we think about right and wrong in organizational settings. We are interested in publishing articles that explore these topics as they apply to individuals, dyads, groups, and higher levels of analysis. We take the organization to be a construct covering a wide spectrum of social collectives; formal, informal, illegal or legal collaborations in the private or public sector. We value research that makes a fundamental and substantial contribution to our understanding of ethical behavior in organizations.