Journal of Marketing Management (JMM)
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New Submission Formats
As part of JMM’s aim to Advance the Frontiers of Research in Marketing, we have recently announced new submission formats, and would encourage authors to consider submitting research notes, commentaries, multimedia content, special section or special issue proposals, in addition of course to standard manuscripts.
Calls for Content
JMM’s current Special Issue Calls for Papers include:
Husemann & Eckhardt: Consuming the Spiritual (Deadline for submissions 1 March 2018)
Belk, MacInnis & Yadav: Conceptual Papers in Marketing and Consumer Research (Deadline for submissions 1 February 2018)
The official Journal of the Academy of Marketing is Journal of Marketing Management, which is published by Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.
JMM is a double-blind peer-reviewed periodical with an international reputation for publishing influential and original contributions. Full details, including Instructions for Authors, can be found at the journal website www.tandfonline.com/RJMM
JMM is concerned with all aspects of the management of marketing and is intended to provide a forum for the exchange of the latest research ideas and best practice in the field of marketing as a whole.
The Journal of Marketing Management is published in nine double issues a year. Five of these issues are Special Issues, including one double issue traditionally devoted to a selection of the best papers from the annual Academy of Marketing Conference.
The Journal of Marketing Management is edited by Professor Mark Tadajewski, Durham University. In encouraging debate on all aspects of marketing, the Editor seeks well executed original material that reflects on the theoretical, conceptual and empirical bases of all facets of marketing theory and practice and extends the boundaries of knowledge of the discipline. Submissions which are multi-disciplinary and interdisciplinary in character are actively encouraged. For a full discussion of the Editor’s vision and policy for the Journal going forward, please see the journals Aims and Scope document at the journal website.
All papers are initially desk reviewed by the Editor. Papers which pass this stage of the review process are then assigned to one of the team of subject-expert Associate Editors (AEs) to handle the double-blind review process. JMM now requires that all papers are double-blind reviewed by a minimum of three reviewers. Once reviews are received, AEs make a recommendation to the Editor, who then makes the final decision on the suitability of the paper and communicates this to the author(s).
Westburn Publishers Ltd is the owner of the Journal of Marketing Management, and is responsible for the editorial process and policy of the Journal. For all enquiries, please contact the JMM Editorial Office