EuroMed Journal of Management
- Editor in Chief
- Prof. Jacques Digout
- ISSN online
- ISSN print
- 4 issues per year
Along with the 27 EU member states, 16 Southern Mediterranean, African and Middle Eastern countries are defined as 'Euromed'. The connections between the EU and its Mediterranean neighbours may be seen as critical in terms of geopolitical and economic development. EMJM addresses management issues within this growing and diverse region. It proposes and fosters collaboration and openness between different research cultures and trends related to business topics, topics that illustrate innovative models and concepts coming into and within EuroMed.
Topics covered include
- Management decision making
- Strategic management
- Human resource management
- Finance, accounting, economics and banking
- Innovation and enterprise
- Corporate social responsibility
- Operations and quality management
- Supply chain management, shipping and logistics
- Sports management
- Hospitality and tourism
- Environment and sustainable development
- Natural resources, energy and ecology management
- Food security and agriculture management
The objectives of EMJM are to establish a dialogue between European-Mediterranean researchers and to encourage research from this region. It also aims to promote and reveal the best practice and research of developed and developing countries in the area. The regional dimension is emphasised in order to overcome cultural and national barriers and to meet the needs of the development of knowledge and understanding for contemporary management developments, trends and challenges with an international audience.
EMJM serves as essential reading for both international and regional academics and practitioners with research interests in the EuroMed region. Readers will seek to understand the different and/or alternative perspectives on European-Mediterranean business in practice.
EMJM publishes original and review papers, technical reports, case studies and book reviews. Contribution may be by submission or invitation and suggestions for special issues are welcome.
Editor in Chief
- Digout, Jacques, TBS Business School, France
- Salloum, Charbel, EM Normandie Business School, France
Editorial Board Members
- Alatwi, Amer, Al Muthanna University, Iraq
- Alexandre, Laurice, Paris Descartes University, France
- Aziz, Miriam R., USEK Business School, Lebanon
- Azouri, Marwan, Notre Dame University, Lebanon
- Badaoui, Nicolas, Holy Spirit University of Kaslik, Lebanon
- Besson, Dominique, Lille I University, France
- Camilleri, Mark Anthony, University of Malta, Malta
- Ghassan, Hassan, King Faisal University, Saudi Arabia
- Haddadj, Slimane, Dijon University, France
- Hawi, Ruba, Isra University, Jordan
- Jabbour, Georges, George Washington University, USA
- Jarrar, Hajer, Holy Spirit University of Kaslik, Lebanon
- Justinek, Gorazd, New University, Slovenia
- Kabbara, Diala, Pavia University, Italy
- Lefebvre, Quentin, Université Panthéon-Assas, France
- Malkawi, Bashar H., H.H. Dubai Ruler's Court, United Arab Emirates
- Meena, Purushottam Lal, New York Institute of Technology, USA
- Mercier-Suissa, Catherine, Lyon 3 University, France
- Mohamed, Ezzeddine Ben, University of Sfax, Tunisia
- Rabeh, Morrar, An-Najah National University, Palestine
- Salloum, Laura, EM Normandie Business School, France
- Sarea, Adel M., Ahlia University, Bahrain
- Sénéchal, Sylvain, TBS Business School, Morocco
- Sweidan, Osama, United Arab Emirates University, United Arab Emirates
- Yazdani, Hamid Reza, University of Tehran, Iraq
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Clicks and mortar
7 December, 2022
When the world wide web was opened up to the commercial world in the 1990s, there was a suggestion that it would not become popular and so-called "bricks and mortar" sellers with shops on the high streets and in the shopping centres would outlive the online fad. The so-called dot com bubble burst at the dawn of the 21st Century, but more than two decades later we can safely say online shopping is now ubiquitous while many shop fronts are now boarded up and many of the large department stores and chains have disappeared. Writing in the EuroMed Journal of Management, a team from Egypt discusses an emerging trend that sees the reversal of the original paradigm whereby online retailers are now opening shops and encouraging customers to walk through their doors rather than browse online [...]More details...