The European Academy of Management (EURAM) is seeking candidates for the position of Editor in-Chief of the European Management Review (EMR). EMR is the official publication of EURAM, published by John Wiley & Sons. It is a rigor peer-reviewed journal committed to promoting the science and practice of the management discipline in Europe and worldwide. EMR is dedicated to advancing the understanding of management in private and public sector organizations through empirical investigation and theoretical analysis.
EMR aims to publish top research, empirical (open to wide range of methodologies) and conceptual, spanning a variety of topical field. We published about 20 papers out of some 300 submissions each year. The journal has an Impact Factor of 1.333.
After leading EMR to the current excellent esteem within the community, Professor Mustafa Özbilgin will step down from the position as Editor-in-Chief of EMR as of June 2018. EURAM Board of Directors now wishes to identify his successor during so that there can be a gradual hand over of responsibilities.
Candidates should possess:
- Broad knowledge and experience in management studies, widely defined
- Distinguished record of scholarly contributions
- Strong leadership qualities, administrative skills and experience in reviewing and preferably of editorial work (e.g. experience as Associate Editor or guest Editor in peer-reviewed journal/s)
- Commitment to and knowledge of ethics of research
- Familiarity with online peer review systems
- Excellent editing and writing skills
- Continue to enhance the journal’s quality and competitive position
- Serve as the Journal's global 'ambassador', promoting it worldwide
- Develop new editorial initiatives and contribute to EURAM's mission statement
- Managing the journal’s activities within the limits of the annual page budget and financial structure
- Appoint appropriate team of Associate Editors that can cover the interest of our readership
- Supervises the manuscript submission and review process
- Responsible for the content, quality, and timeliness of each issue
- Promote excellence in the journal´s content, and advance editorial initiatives
This is a three-year term. An honorarium will be paid to the Editor‐in‐Chief in recognition of the time and effort allocated to this position.