Wiley-Blackwell forms publishing partnership with the European Academy of Management

October 12, 2010

OXFORD--October 12, 2010--The European Academy of Management has partnered with Wiley-Blackwell, the scientific, technical, medical and scholarly publishing business of John Wiley & Sons, Inc. (NYSE: JWa), (NYSE: JWb), to publish their journal European Management Review, formerly published by Palgrave MacMillan. The first issue under the new partnership will publish in Spring 2011.

Hester Tilbury, Journals Commissioning Editor at Wiley-Blackwell says, "We are very energized to work with the European Academy of Management to take forward publishing plans for the European Management Review and develop new ways to support the business and management community. Wiley has a great many resources to make available to the Academy to help it fulfil its ambitions. The editorial team has a clearly defined strategy to attract the most diverse and original content and are skilled at working with the best scholars publishing in the field of management and business studies. We look forward to helping them lead global academic debate, expand their subscription base, and introduce online innovations for their valuable members."

European Management Review Editors Alfonso Gambardella and Maurizio Zollo, both at Bocconi University, remark, "The strategic advantage of being instantaneously present in all the important university and library databases in the world is priceless for a new journal like European Management Review. Wiley-Blackwell was able to present a thorough analysis of the citations for each article published, providing a forecast of possible future ISI ratings, and a promising IF growth strategy. They have a wonderful track record."

The partnership will significantly widen the international distribution of the journal, and Members of the Academy will receive a whole range of new services and benefits from 2011 onwards.
About EURAM: For more information about EURAM, visit www.euram-online.org.

About the Journal: The European Management Review (EMR) is an international journal dedicated to advancing the understanding of management decisions, processes and outcomes, in private and public sector organizations, through empirical investigation and/or theoretical development. EMR provides an international forum for dialogue among scholars through the publication of their top quality research. It also aims to influence the debate with reflective practitioners and policy-makers, and to promote the transfer of research results to management practice.

About Wiley-Blackwell: Wiley-Blackwell is the international scientific, technical, medical, and scholarly publishing business of John Wiley & Sons, with strengths in every major academic and professional field and partnerships with many of the world's leading societies. Wiley-Blackwell publishes nearly 1,500 peer-reviewed journals and 1,500+ new books annually in print and online, as well as databases, major reference works and laboratory protocols. For more information, please visit www.wileyblackwell.com or our new online platform, Wiley Online Library (wileyonlinelibrary.com), one of the world's most extensive multidisciplinary collections of online resources, covering life, health, social and physical sciences, and humanities.


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