In this article we reflect on the adolescent years of Asia management research published in the Asia Pacific Journal of Management (APJM) by reviewing work published in the past 10 years (1997-2006). We report that during the last decade, APJM has published 223 research articles, written by 373 different authors, who are affiliated with 203 different institutions. Our discussion of the future of Asia management research is guided by Kuhn's (Kuhn, T. S. The structure of scientific revolutions. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1962) perspective on the nonlinear progression of science. We argue that as a growing community, Asia management research is finding its "identity" and establishing its presence in the larger worldwide management research community. Following our analysis, we conclude that the growth of Asia management research-as captured by APJM publications-throughout its "adolescent" years has set forth a challenging and exciting path for the future.
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