European Journal of International Management

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Editor in Chief: Prof. Vlad Vaiman
ISSN online: 1751-6765
ISSN print: 1751-6757
6 issues per year
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EJIM is the first international journal devoted entirely to fostering an understanding of issues in international management theory and practice in the newly expanded European arena, including the underrepresented regions of Northern, Central and Eastern Europe, and to providing both conceptual and functional implications for further development of research, teaching practices, and managerial techniques. EJIM also solicits literature that allows for a broader interpretation of research: it welcomes papers that introduce a more European perspective through qualitative and interdisciplinary contributions.

 



 Topics covered include

  • Environment of international management in Europe; international strategy
  • International HRM; HRM in the host-country environment
  • Cross-cultural management
  • Leadership styles/development/implications across cultures; global vs. local leadership
  • Globalisation and European developments
  • Political and legal environments in Europe
  • Social responsibility and European organisations
  • European approach to ethical issues in management
  • Foreign market selection and market entry modes
  • Internationalisation of European SMEs
  • Strategic alliances and FDI in Europe or by European companies
  • Recruiting/selecting staff for international assignments
  • Training and development, re-entry and career issues
  • Management in the unified Europe; cultural diversity in Europe
  • Cross-cultural negotiation styles and communication within/with Europe

 

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  • Environment of International Management in Europe
    • Globalisation and European developments
    • Political and legal environments in Europe and their influence on managerial practices
    • Social responsibility and European organisations
    • European approach to ethical issues in management
  • International Strategy
    • Foreign market selection
    • Foreign market entry modes
    • Internationalisation of European SMEs
    • Strategic alliances and foreign direct investment in Europe or by European companies
  • International HRM
    • Recruiting and selecting staff for international assignments
    • Training and development
    • Re-entry and career issues
    • HRM in the host-country environment
  • Cross-cultural Management
    • Management in the unified Europe
    • Cultural diversity in Europe and its managerial implications
    • Cross-cultural communication within and with Europe
    • Cross-cultural negotiation styles
  • Leadership
    • Leadership across cultures
    • Leadership styles and their implications
    • Global vs. local leadership
    • Leadership development

 

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Objectives

The main objective of EJIM is to establish an outlet for scholars interested in a variety of topics in international management in Europe. EJIM’s publications are aimed not only at the academic community preoccupied with purely conceptual research, but also at other academics actively involved in transferring theoretical wisdom into actionable knowledge.

In general, EJIM is designed to serve a slightly wider segment of the academic audience by containing strong implications for both teaching and practising communities, while still maintaining both academic quality and rigour.


Readership

EJIM articles discuss new concepts, techniques, strategies, models, and trends that could be of particular significance to academics actively involved in teaching, consulting and executive training, as well as to practicing managers.


Contents

EJIM publishes original papers, case studies, book reviews (see Specific Notes for Authors, below), commentaries, and conference notes. Special issues dedicated to important topics in European international management will also be published on the occasional basis. Despite its European orientation, EJIM welcomes authors from all over the world, including North America, Asia, and South-Pacific.

Special Feature
EJIM publishes a regular section that includes a synopsis of important findings from articles appearing in any relevant non-English journals in Europe, Asia, South America, etc. The benefits of this feature are threefold:

  • it is a great opportunity for English-language authors to get familiarised with leading research topics worldwide
  • it is a good opportunity for both PhD students and academics to form a bridge between their native-language research community and the English-speaking research community
  • it is a good chance for the young and/or unknown scholars from many non-English speaking countries to have a media outlet where they can showcase their latest findings in a relevant area of knowledge

 

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Editor in Chief

  • Vaiman, Vlad, California Lutheran University, USA
    (editors@ejim-global.org)

    Chief Editorial Consultant

    • Schuler, Randall, Rutgers University, USA

    Associate Editors

    • Apfelthaler, Gerhard, California Lutheran University, USA
    • Fink, Gerhard, WU Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration, Austria
    • Holden, Nigel, University of Leeds, UK

    Regional Editor Central and Eastern Europe

    • Bobek, Vito, University of Applied Sciences FH Joanneum, Austria

    Regional Editor East-Asia and Pacific

    • Manikutty, Sankaran, Indian Institute of Management, India

    Regional Editor North America

    • Vance, Charles, Loyola Marymount University, USA

    Regional Editor Northern Europe

    • Andersen, Torben, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark

    Senior Editorial Consultant

    • Cheng, Joseph L., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA

    Editorial Board Members

    • Adler, Nancy J., McGill University, Canada
    • Afghan, Nasir, Lahore University of Management Sciences, Pakistan
    • Akbar, Yusaf, Southern New Hampshire University, USA
    • Alas, Ruth, Estonian Business School, Estonia
    • Alon, Ilan, Rollins College, USA
    • Altman, Yochanan, London Metropolitan University, UK
    • Atkinson, David, Helsinki School of Economics, Finland
    • Bakalis, Steve, Victoria University, Australia
    • Barzantny, Cordula, Toulouse Business School, France
    • Bournois, Frank, Université Panthéon-Assas (Paris 2), France
    • Brewster, Chris, Henley Management College, UK
    • Briscoe, Dennis, University of San Diego, USA
    • Brouthers, Keith D., King's College London, UK
    • Champoux, Joseph, University of New Mexico, USA
    • Collings, David G., Dublin City Unversity, Ireland
    • Collinson, Simon, University of Warwick, UK
    • Devinney, Timothy, University of Technology Sydney, Australia
    • Domicone, Harry, California Lutheran University, USA
    • Fuchs, Manfred, Karl Franzens University, Austria
    • Gatov, Vladimir, MSI Development, Canada
    • Groth, John, Texas A&M University, USA
    • Harzing, Anne-Wil, University of Melbourne, Australia
    • Haslberger, Arno, Webster University Vienna, Austria
    • Kujawa, Duane, University of Miami, USA
    • Lacktorin, Mike, Akita International University, Japan
    • Lemmergaard, Jeanette, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark
    • Littrell, Romie, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand
    • Magala, Slawomir Jan, Erasmus University, Netherlands
    • Matzler, Kurt, Innsbruck University, Austria
    • McGuire, Steve, University of Bath, UK
    • Mendenhall, Mark E., University of Tennessee, Chattanooga, USA
    • Moitra, Deependra, Strategy and Innovation Consultancy, India
    • Napier, Nancy, Boise State University, USA
    • Ondrack, Daniel, University of Toronto, Canada
    • Ong, Siow Heng, Singapore Management University, Singapore
    • Peris-Ortiz, Marta, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain
    • Prastacos, Gregory, Athens University of Economics and Business, Greece
    • Prevot, Frederic, EUROMED Marseille, France
    • Pudelko, Markus, Tübingen University, Germany
    • Puffer, Sheila, Northeastern University, USA
    • Ramirez, Jacobo, Copenhagen Business School (CBS), Denmark
    • Ruigrok, Winfried, University of St.Gallen, Switzerland
    • Sackmann, Sonja, University Bw Munich, Germany
    • Schlegelmilch, Bodo B., Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria
    • Schrager, Jim, University of Chicago, USA
    • Segalla, Michael, HEC School of Management, Paris, France
    • Smolarski, Jan, University of Stockholm, Sweden
    • Tapachai, Nirundon, Kasetsart University, Thailand
    • Tarique, Ibraiz, Pace University, USA
    • Taylor, Sully, Portland State University, USA

     

    A few essentials for publishing in this journal

     

    • Submitted articles should not have been previously published or be currently under consideration for publication elsewhere.
    • Conference papers may only be submitted if the paper has been completely re-written (taken to mean more than 50%) and the author has cleared any necessary permissions with the copyright owner if it has been previously copyrighted.
    • All our articles are refereed through a double-blind process.
    • All authors must declare they have read and agreed to the content of the submitted article. A full statement of our Ethical Guidelines for Authors is available.

     

    Submission process

     

    All articles for this journal must be submitted using our online submissions system.

    Read our Submitting articles page.

     

     

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