Request: Fix style for Administrative Science Quarterly

Currently, the Administrative Science Quarterly (ASQ) style is including Publisher information at the end of journal references in the bibliography (which it is picking up from the Extra field). The style guide for ASQ does not indicate such information for journal articles (as below from the ASQ website).

Would it be possible to fix this?

Thanks very much! Tom

REFERENCES

Armanios, D. E., C. E. Eesley, J. Li, and K. M. Eisenhardt

2017 “How entrepreneurs leverage institutional intermediaries in emerging economies to acquire public resources.” Strategic Management Journal, 38: 1373–1390.

Burt, R. S.

2000 “The network structure of social capital.” In B. M. Staw and R. I. Sutton (eds.), Research in Organizational Behavior, 22: 345–423. New York: Elsevier/JAI.

Chan, C. S.-c.

2009a “Creating a market in the presence of cultural resistance: The case of life insurance in China.” Theory and Society, 38: 271–305.

Chan, C. S.-c.

2009b “Invigorating the content in social embeddedness: An ethnography of life insurance transactions in China.” American Journal of Sociology, 115: 712–754.

Davis, G. F.

1993 “Who gets ahead in the market for corporate directors?” Paper presented at the Academy of Management Meeting, Atlanta, GA.

Glaser, B.

1992 Basics of Grounded Theory Analysis. Mill Valley, CA: Sociology Press.

Hambrick, D. C.

2005 “Upper echelons theory: Origins, twists, and turns, and lessons learned.” In M. A. Hitt and K. G. Smith (eds.), Great Minds in Management: 109–128. New York: Oxford University Press.

Hoberg, G., and G. Phillips

2016 “Text-based network industries and endogenous product differentiation.” Journal of Political Economy (forthcoming), published online ahead of print. http://ezproxy-prd.bodleian.ox.ac.uk:2197/10.2139/ssrn.1520062.

Kenny, D. A.

1998 “Multiple factor models.” http://davidakenny.net/cm/mfactor.htm.

Pray, L.

2002 “Interdisciplinarity in science and engineering: Academia in transition.” Science Career Magazine. Accessed at http://ezproxy-prd.bodleian.ox.ac.uk:2899/careers/2002/01/interdisciplinarity-science-and-engineering-academia-transition.

Sasovova, Z., A. Mehra, S. P. Borgatti, and M. C. Schippers

2010 “Network churn: The effects of self-monitoring personality on brokerage dynamics.” Administrative Science Quarterly, 55: 639–670.
  • Can you link to the citation guidelines and a publicly available paper?
    That speds up the process and then I can have a look after lunch.
  • Thanks very much.

    Here is the link: https://journals.sagepub.com/author-instructions/ASQ

    I just sent you an invitation to a Group Library that contains a recent ASQ paper (and nothing else).

  • edited 11 days ago
    I'm not following.
    Can you explain the problem again?

    If it's a formatting error, ideally as:

    Item type:
    Current output
    Output as expected per guideilnes


    (The paper that was shared with me is DOI: 10.1177/0001839220941010)
  • Sorry about that!

    Item type: Journal article.

    Current output:
    George, G., J. Howard-Grenville, A. Joshi, and L. Tihanyi
    2016 “Understanding and tackling societal grand challenges through management research.” Academy of Management Journal, 59: 1880–1895. Academy of Management Briarcliff Manor, NY.

    Output as per guidelines:
    George, G., J. Howard-Grenville, A. Joshi, and L. Tihanyi
    2016 “Understanding and tackling societal grand challenges through management research.” Academy of Management Journal, 59: 1880–1895.

    The only difference is that the publisher is not expected to be there for journal articles.

    Does this make sense?
  • I have submitted a fix. The style should be available within an hour and will have a timestamp from today.
  • Thanks very much!
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