This video from NC State explores the process of peer review and scholarly publication.
Is this article Peer-Reviewed? Rennstam, J., & Ashcraft, K. (2014). Knowing work: Cultivating a practice-based epistemology of knowledge in organization studies. Human Relations, 67(1), 3-25. doi:10.1177/0018726713484182
Is this article Peer-Reviewed? Kostova, Tatiana., Roth, Kendall., & Dacin, Tina. (2009). Theorizing on MNCs: A Promise for Institutional Theory. Academy of Management Review. 34(1), 171-173. doi:10.5465/AMR.2009.35713355
Reference books are a great place to start exploring a topic. In addition to general information, they include references that can guide you to more resources -- saving you time and effort.
The Department of Management recommends using the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA).
For more information about citation styles see the citation guide
Copies of the citation style manual are available at the Research Help Desk and in the Book Collection.