Euromed Journal of Business
The School of Business of the University of Nicosia has founded and established the Euromed Journal of Business (EMJB). EMJB is an academic double blind review journal, currently published by Emerald, the world's leading publisher of management research.
It is the only journal that stimulates and nourishes dialogue between European-Mediterranean researchers and encourages research from this region. The journal aims to reveal and emphasize the best practice and research of developed and developing countries in the area. It contributes to the development of knowledge and understanding for contemporary management developments, trends, and challenges in the specific region.
The Journal contributes to generating and sharing understanding of different business environments and trends in European and Mediterranean countries. It aims to provide a platform for new ideas in business - the thinking, theory and practice - and a forum for debating issues that arise. In this way, the Journal seeks to provide readers with an updated overview of the emerging business practices and assist, both academics and practitioners, to keep up-to-date with business developments in the countries that make up the region.
The EuroMed Journal of Business seeks to encourage and present clearly written, robustly linked, and well-argued business related topics that will bring new business practices and ideas to the European and Mediterranean regions. Coverage includes, but is not restricted to:
- Management Decision Making
- Strategic Management
- Human Resource Management
- Financial Services
- Management Information Systems (MIS)
- Innovation and Enterprise
- Corporate Social Responsibility
- Operations and Quality Management
- Supply Chain Management
- Sports Management
- Hospitality and Tourism
- Shipping and Logistics
The EuroMed Journal of Business is the official journal of the EuroMed Research Business Institute.
The Founding Editors and Journal Editors are Professor Demetris Vrontis (Dean of the School of Business, University of Nicosia) and Dr Petros Lois (Head of the Department of Accounting, School of Business, University of Nicosia).
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