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The EMJ’s ranking has kept increasing since 2012, when it was 1.62. “This is what I call absolute success, capitalising on previous years, commented ESCP Europe Executive President and Dean Frank Bournois, who’s a member of the European Management Journal’s Advisory Panel. I do appreciate the amount of work it takes and one of paramount importance”. A flagship scholarly journal publishing internationally leading research across all areas of management, the EMJ is owned by ESCP Europe and the University of Glasgow, and its Editor-in-Chief is Minas Kastanakis, Professor of marketing at ESCP Europe’s London campus.


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

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