Journal of International Marketing presents scholarly, managerially relevant articles on international marketing, bridging the gap between theory and practice. JIM is geared toward international marketing/business scholars and marketers at senior- and mid-level positions.
Print ISSN: 1069-031X; Online ISSN: 1547- 7215
Frequency: Quarterly; Current Volume: 21
Inside the December Issue:
Melissa Archpru Akaka, Stephen L. Vargo, and Robert F. Lusch
To strengthen the theoretical foundations of international marketing (IM), the authors propose a framework for conceptualizing the complexity of the context that frames international and global exchange systems. In particular, they apply...(Read More
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Open Call for Conceptual Articles
The greatest advances in international marketing thought often begin with novel, insightful and carefully crafted conceptual articles that challenge the conventional wisdom concerning all aspects of international marketing and the role of marketing in a global society. As such, the Journal of International Marketing wishes to publish conceptual articles that advance international marketing thought and that can serve as a foundation for future research streams.
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Open Call for Review Articles
Journal of International Marketing wishes to publish articles that both (1) rigorously review the current state of international marketing thought in international marketing areas and (2) provide guidance for future research and practice in these areas. Articles can employ any number of approaches, inclusive of, but not limited to, theoretical review, structured reviews of literature areas, and meta-analytic reviews. View the full description. Because this is an open call, there is no deadline for submission.
Journal of International Marketing presents scholarly and managerially relevant articles on international marketing. JIM is geared toward both international marketing/business scholars and practitioners at senior- and mid-level international marketing positions. JIM serves to bridge the gap between theory and practice in international marketing.
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As the globalization of markets continues at a rapid pace, business practitioners and educators alike face the challenge of staying current with the developments. Marketing managers require a source of new information and insights on international business events. International marketing educators require a forum for disseminating their thoughts and research findings.
JIM is an international, peer-reviewed journal dedicated to advancing international marketing practice, research, and theory. Contributions addressing any aspect of international marketing management are published each quarter.
Each issue of JIM features research-backed analysis of the latest marketing theories, in-depth articles from active practitioners in international marketing, succinct executive summaries of each article, and detailed coverage of market-driven innovations and methods. The journal strives to give special emphasis to mainstream issues in international marketing management and strategy, such as market entry, segmentation, positioning, pricing, channel development, customer service, and globalization. JIM publishes articles about business enterprises engaged in international marketing, such as manufacturers, service firms, intermediaries, trading companies, franchisers, and licensors. Articles in JIM provide holistic views of international marketing phenomena and explore interrelationships between marketing and other business functions.
JIM is indexed and abstracted in ABI/Inform, Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI), Current Contents/Social and Behavioral Sciences, Research Alert, and Social SciSearch.
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All manuscripts submitted for publication consideration are judged on the basis of their potential contribution to the advancement of international marketing. The information on each of the pages listed below is designed to help potential authors submit their best work to JIM.
Review AMA Editorial Policies and Procedures before submitting your manuscript.
Manuscript Central: Authors submit their manuscripts through the seven-step online submission process. Be sure to carefully read the guidelines before submission. We look forward to seeing your best work.
Guidelines for Submission: Details the mechanics of submitting to JIM, including manuscript formatting and organization.
Accepted Manuscript Preparation: Outlines how to compile and submit final files for an unconditionally accepted article.
AMA Editorial Policy: Describes AMA policies and procedures on author misconduct. Indicates when manuscripts are and are not eligible for consideration based on conflict of interest.
Editorial Guidelines: Addresses the type of content JIM seeks to publish.
Peer-Review Process: Describes the review procedure and acceptance criteria used.
From the Editor:
Suggestions for Journal of International Marketing Authors: Craft a stronger submission with these recommendations for prospective authors.
Editorial: Editor David Griffith discusses his plans for the future direction of JIM, the journal's relationship with the field of International Marketing, and the type of papers that JIM seeks to publish.
Journal of International Marketing offers readers online exclusives, including award-winning articles, articles that have crossed into other media, and most-cited articles.
Awards: Find past and current winning JIM articles of the Hans B. Thorelli and S. Tamer Cavusgil awards.
JIM in the News: Find JIM articles that have garnered attention in the popular press.
Most-Cited JIM Articles: View a list of JIM’s most-cited articles from 2000 to the present.
Academic Resource Center (ARC): Houses content devoted to the needs of marketing educators and doctoral students. The ARC features course materials, research tools, information on conferences and events, and other items of interest to the academic community.