European Journal of International Management (EJIM)


European Journal of International Management (EJIM)

Content also available at:

Publisher: Inderscience

European Journal of International Management (EJIM) is the first
international journal devoted entirely to fostering an understanding of
issues in international management theory and practice in the newly expanded
European arena; including the underrepresented regions of Northern, Central
and Eastern Europe; and to providing both conceptual and functional
implications useful for the further development of research, teaching
practices, and managerial techniques.

EJIM also solicits literature that allows for a broader interpretation of
research; it welcomes not only papers which adhere to the most common
research standards (i.e., largely based on hypothesis testing using
quantitative methods), but also those that introduce a more European
perspective through qualitative and interdisciplinary contributions.

The main objective of EJIM is to establish an outlet for scholars interested
in a variety of topics in international management in Europe. EJIM's
publications are aimed not only at the academic community preoccupied with
purely conceptual research, but also at other academics actively involved in
transferring theoretical wisdom into actionable knowledge.

In general, EJIM is designed to serve a slightly wider segment of the
academic audience by containing strong implications for both teaching and
practicing communities, while still maintaining both academic quality and

EJIM publishes original papers, case studies, book reviews, commentaries,
and conference notes. Special issues dedicated to important topics in
European international management will also be published on the occasional
basis. Despite its European orientation, EJIM welcomes authors from all over
the world, including North America, Asia, and South-Pacific.

EJIM publishes a regular section that includes a synopsis of important
findings from articles appearing in any relevant non-English journals in
Europe, Asia, South America, etc. The benefits of this feature are

* it is a great opportunity for English-language authors to get familiarised
with leading research topics worldwide
* it is a good opportunity for both PhD students and academics to form a
bridge between their native-language research community and the
English-speaking research community
* it is a good chance for the young and/or unknown scholars from many
non-English speaking countries to have a media outlet where they can
showcase their latest findings in a relevant area of knowledge.

ISSN (Online): 1751-6765
ISSN (Print): 1751-6757

Executive Editor:

Vlad Vaiman
FH JOANNEUM University of Applied Sciences
Department of International Management
Eggenberger Allee 11
A-8020 Graz


Content available by subscription. Free content available online.

Abstracts available online. Articles available in PDF format.

Current Issue: Volume 1 Issue 4 2007

Date: 7 November 2007

Original posting date: 
Wednesday, November 7, 2007
©1995 - 2014 Georgetown University Library
37th & O Streets NW Washington DC 20057-1174   •   202.687.7607