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European Management Journal

European Management Journal

The European Management Journal (EMJ) is a generalist, academic review covering all fields of management including, but not limited to business ethics, business strategy, entrepreneurship & innovation, information systems, international business & cross-cultural studies, marketing, organization studies & general management as well as supply chain & operations management.

The EMJ aims to present the latest thinking and research on major management topics in form of articles that meet high academic quality standards, while still being accessible to non-specialists.

Interdisciplinary research and cross-functional issues are particularly favored. The journal takes a broad view of business and management and encourages submissions from other disciplines if they contribute significantly to problems considered by managers and researchers.
The EMJ is a peer-reviewed journal published by Elsevier, with a "double-blind" procedure involving at least two reviewers. The EMJ publishes 6 issues a year. Most articles are full length research papers but other types of submissions are welcome (reviews, surveys, opinion papers, interviews). The European Management Journal is owned by ESCP Europe and the University of Glasgow.

Editorial Team

Minas Kastanakis, Editor in Chief of the European Management Journal, ESCP Europe


Minas Kastanakis
Professor of Marketing, ESCP Europe London Campus

Thomas Boysen Anker, Co-editor of the European Management Journal, ESCP Europe


Thomas Boysen Anker
University of Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland, UK


In June 2018, EMJ CiteScore ranking for 2017 (calculated using data from 30 April, 2018) was released: 3.77.
EMJ was ranked as #30 among #370 journals in the category “Strategy and Management”.

See metrics and rankings.

The European Management Journal is available online (from 1982 until today) at:

General information can be found at: