Organization Theory (OT) aims to promote the understanding of organizations, organizing, and the organized in and between societies, through the publication of double-blind peer-reviewed, top-quality theoretical papers.
Organization Theory publishes work in all areas of organization theory, including papers that develop new substantive theories or offer theoretical
extensions, papers on the history and philosophy of management and organizational theory, meta-theoretical inquiries into
the core underpinnings of existing theories, critiques of theories and theoretical developments, and theory-driven reviews
of important areas of research.
As a theory journal, Organization Theory does not publish papers that draw on empirical data to make data-driven theoretical claims. Such empirical papers are published
in Organization Studies – the other journal under the auspices of the European Group for Organizational Studies (EGOS) – and authors are encouraged
to submit their empirical manuscript to this journal.