European Management Review
The European Management Review is an international journal dedicated to advancing the understanding of management in private and public sector organizations through empirical investigation and theoretical analysis. The European Management Review provides an international forum for dialogue between researchers, thereby improving the understanding of the nature of management in different settings and promoting the transfer of research results to management practice. Although one of the European Management Review's aims is to foster the general advancement of management scholarship among European scholars and/or those academics interested in European management issues, submissions are encouraged from all management scholars regardless of national origin and manuscripts should not be limited to themes dealing with European countries. The journal's international scope is reflected in its international editorial board and its sponsorship by the European Academy of Management.
The European Management Review is receptive to research across a broad range of management topics such as human resource management, organization theory, strategic management, corporate governance, and managerial economics. Contributions can also be grounded in the basic social disciplines of economics, psychology, or sociology. Articles can be empirical, theoretical or measurement oriented. Conceptual articles should provide new theoretical insights that can advance our understanding of management and organizations. Empirical articles should have well articulated and strong theoretical foundations. All types of empirical methods -quantitative, qualitative or combinations- are acceptable. The European Management Review encourages the interplay between theorizing and empirical research in the belief that they should be mutually informative.
The European Management Review is especially interested in new data sources, including models that test new theory and expand sample pools by including alternative approaches to sampling and measurement and samples drawn from nontraditional or less traditional sources (e.g., from European corporations), and the examination of the validity and reliability of such samples.