Aims & Scope:
European Business Review>aims to publish innovative, straightforward, challenging, thought-provoking quality articles - as well as insights and foresights - in the field of general management. The journal's content aspires to be relevant and interesting to a wide readership, which adds to the understanding and discussion of business and academia worldwide. This includes the analysis of practitioner- and scholarly-oriented topics, as well as the uni- and bi-directional influences within and across the boundaries of business and academia.
European Business Review welcomes empirical and conceptual research articles as well as literature review papers. Articles should cover the key business disciplines - management, leadership, marketing, logistics, strategy, quality management, entrepreneurship, business ethics, international business, operations management, manufacturing, accounting and finance - specifically relating to experiences and reflections of interest to business and academia worldwide.
To ensure rigour in published articles, European Business Review operates a double blind peer review process with a minimum of two reviewers per paper. The journal endeavours to give a timely response to authors: the average days from submission to initial decision in 2016 YTD is 64 days.
Indexed and Abstracted in:
ABI/Inform (ProQuest); Academic Search Alumni Edition and Academic Search Complete (EBSCO); British Humanities Index; Business Source Complete and Business Source International (EBSCO); Cabell's Directory of Publishing Opportunities in Management & Marketing; dialog; Professional ProQuest Central; ProQuest Central; ProQuest Curriculum Essentials; ProQuest European Business; Thomson Reuters’ Emerging Sources Citation Index; IBZ; International Abstracts of Human Resources; Scopus; Zetoc (British Library)
AERES (France); Association of Business Schools (ABS) Academic Journal Quality Guide; Australian Business Deans Council (ABDC) Journal Quality List; Australian Research Council (ERA) Journal List; BFI (Denmark); CNRS (France); ESSEC Rankings of Journals 2016 (France); JourQUAL (Germany); Norwegian Social Science Data Services; Publication Forum (Finland); Qualis (Brazil)
Professor Göran Svensson
Kristiania University College, Norway
Professor Anders Pehrsson
Linnaeus University, Sweden