EMAJ Emerging Markets Journal

EMAJ Emerging Markets Journal is a peer-reviewed semiannually published international Business Management Journal. It is published by the University Library System, University of Pittsburgh and is cosponsored by the University of Pittsburgh Press.

The aim of EMAJ Emerging Markets Journal is to publish high-quality articles about the latest developments in the field of Business Management. The journal focuses specifically on emerging and developing markets and with particular importance to management challenges arising in relation to the ongoing changes in those markets. Examples of such ongoing changes include those related to lifestyle, consumption patterns, economic growth, institutions, welfare, corporate governance, income distribution, corporate responsibility, green business, and public and private management systems. The journal welcomes contributions with both local and global perspective on management processes and challenges arising in this new environment. Studies with a single-country as well as multi-country focus are welcome, and the journal is also open to a multitude of methodologies and research designs.

Manuscripts submitted must be in written in English. EMAJ Emerging Markets Journal receives all manuscript submissions through the EMAJ Web site. To submit an article, authors must register on the journal Web site: http://emaj.pitt.edu. Authors will then follow a quick five-step process to upload their article to the site. Upon receipt, authors will receive an e-mail verification. After an initial screening for topicality, all submissions will be reviewed through a blind peer-review process. Authors may refer to the EMAJ Emerging Markets Journal Web site for information regarding the writing format and style. Any manuscript that does not meet the editorial guidelines will not be processed. Submitted manuscripts are evaluated by two peer reviewers. The editor will inform authors of the results of the peer review as quickly as possible, in approximately 2 months.

Deadline for Submissions: May 30, 2011