The European Management Review (EMR) is EURAM's peer-reviewed journal, ISI listed as of 2013. The impact factor for 2016 is 1.33.

All EURAM Members receive a subscription to the journal, which is accessible in our publisher Wiley's online librarary.

As a member of EURAM, you will have on-line access to 14 additional publications from Wiley-Blackwell:

  1. Corporate Governance: An International Review
  2. Creativity and Innovation Management
  3. European Financial Management
  4. Gender Work Organisations
  5. Human Resource Management
  6. Human Resource Management Journal
  7. International Journal of Selection Assessment
  8. Journal of Economics and Management Strategy
  9. Journal of Organizational Behavior
  10. Managerial and Decision Economics
  11. New Technology Work and Employment
  12. R & D Management
  13. Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal
  14. Strategic Management Journal


   Access to EMR + 14 Wiley Management Journals   

New Editor-in-Chief: Professor Yochanan Altman

Editorial Board:

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EMR author guidelines:



Previous Editors:

2004-2005  Pierre Dussauge, HEC Paris, France

2006-2008  Bruce Kogut, Columbia University, USA

2009-2013  Alfonso Gambardella and Maurizo Zollo (until 2012), Bocconi University, Italy

2014-2018  Mustafa Özbilgin, Brunel University, U.K.

2018-         Professor Yochanan Altman


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Methodology Matters

Call for papers

Methodological considerations are central to academic research. Methodology Matters is a new section of the European Management Review that seeks to provide a peer-reviewed outlet for contributions about the challenges of conducting management research.


Xenophobia = from Greek: xénos = 'the stranger', 'the guest'; phóbos = 'fear'

Call for papers

A wave of xenophobia is sweeping the world and notably Europe, with no end in sight. Recent events: the refugee crisis, Islamist terror, the rising incidence of racism, antisemitism and islamophobia, Brexit, the rise of Far Right and Extreme Left parties, populist rhetoric - all point a finger of blame to the stranger, and by extension, the 'other';


European Management Review

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Volume 16 - Issue 3 - Pages: 491-831, Autumn (Fall) 2019

The latest issue of European Management Review is available on here


Issue Information

Pages: 491-492 | First Published: 28 November 2019

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