Special Issues in the Corporate Reputation Review, European Journal of International Management and International Journal of Advertising
Corporate Reputation Review (only papers that are related to corporate identity, including visual identity and related aspects of identity)
Corporate Reputation Review was created to provide a forum for research and analysis about reputations and reputation management for companies, as well as social organizations and entities as diverse as non-profit groups, cities, regions, and countries whose reputations have similar epistemological roots. The journal explores relationships between corporate reputation and strategic positioning: corporate identity, communications, and image; branding and profiling; valuation and performance. The contents include quantitative, qualitative, experimental, and field studies with direct application to business practice.
International Journal of Advertising (only papers that are related to advertising’s role in corporate reputation)
European Journal of International Management (only papers that are related to internationalisation)
EJIM is a leading journal with European and global perspectives, devoted to advancing international management research, practice, and policy. Papers deal with regional, international or comparative issues affecting management scholars and practitioners. EJIM attempts to understand why and how firms manage the movement of people, information, money, and products in the context of differing political, economic, social, ecological, competitive and technological environments. It seeks conceptual, theoretical, methodological, empirical, qualitative and review papers advancing the field of international business and management.