The Journal publishes articles from the traditional management fields and also emerging domains created by management innovation, technology development and business globalization.
We give high priority to articles that present the results of original research; but also invite reports on business surveys, analyses or descriptions of new business techniques, and perspectives on contemporary business and economic issues. In addition, we welcome manuscripts by practitioners on business practices as well as revisions of papers originally prepared for academic conferences. All submissions are subject to peer review.
In the changing business world, flexible editorial boundaries facilitate the Journal's focus on publishing research with the potential to have significant impact on the science of management.
In order to reflect changes in both management practices and research disciplines, we invite submissions from diverse fields, including but not limited to: