Managing Global Transitions is a business, economics and interdisciplinary research journal, aimed at providing a forum for disseminating scholarship focused on transitions. The journal seeks to publish ground breaking work in management research that will provide integrated and diverse perspectives on the processes of change and evolution in a broad range of disparate fields, including, for example, business, economics, general and strategic management, education, systems theory, leadership development, entrepreneurship, marketing, sociology, psychology, informatics, technology, decision-making theory, and action learning.
The journal is intended to serve the learning communities of researchers and practitioners. To advance the understanding of transition contexts internationally the journal aspires to enhance the availability of conceptual developments and quantitative and qualitative empirical studies from different cultural environments in business and other contexts. The aim of this journal is to publish research on change in societies, cultures, networks, organizations, teams, and individuals, and the processes that are most effective in managing large scale transitions from dominant structures to more evolutionary, developmental forms.
The Journal is indexed/listed in EconLit, International Bibliography of the Social Sciences, Directory of Open Access Journals, EconPapers, Cabell's Directory of Publishing Opportunities and EBSCO
We invite original research manuscripts, both theoretical and empirical, with quantitative or qualitative research methods, as long as the studies are methodologically rigorous and are pertaining to concurrent issues in business and economics. Papers highlighting economic changes that have transformed the emerging market economies (EMEs) of Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa (BRICS), and Eastern Europe, into growth engines of today’s business world are especially encouraged.
Information for authors can be found at http://www.fm-kp.si/zalozba/ISSN/1581-6311/mgtinfo.htm
Manuscripts should be submitted to the Editors at firstname.lastname@example.org