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Journal of Management and Change

  • Mari Kooskora
    Mari Kooskora
    Associate Professor, PhD
    Phone: +372 665 1347
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Journal of Management and Change, earlier called as EBS Review, is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal that has been published since the spring of 1995. It covers the areas of business and social science such as management, leadership, organisational change, corporate governance, business ethics, corporate responsibility, sustainability, economics, finance, accounting, banking, human resources management, marketing, international business, entrepreneurship development, international relations, law, development studies, cross-cultural studies, public administration, women studies, education and so on. 

We have a permanent international editorial board, all well-known and distinguished academics and high-level specialists in their fields. Our aim is to pursue a continual process of improvement by broadening the editorial board with top specialists from various fields of management and business administration and receive high-level contributions from around the world. The journal publishes different kinds of original papers, including conceptual and empirical research, case studies and managerial approaches. 

Journal of Management and Change is indexed with and included in EBSCO databases, and according to ETIS its publication category is 1.2. 

Journal of Management and Change welcomes unpublished contributions from an empirical and / or conceptional point of view on the above mentioned topics.  

The latest version of the Journal of Management and Change can be downloaded here

Editor in Chief
Ruth AlasEstonian Business School, Estonia

Executive editor
Mari Kooskora, Estonian Business School, Estonia

  • Eli Berniker, Pacific Lutheran University, USA
  • Rex Bishop, College of Southern Maryland, USA
  • Katlin Cundiff, American University in Dubai, United Arab Emirates
  • Vincent Edwards, Buckinghamshire Chilterns University College, UK
  • Tiit Elenurm, Estonian Business School, Estonia
  • Heidi Høivik, BI Norwegian School of Management, Norway
  • Ronald Jeurissen, Nyenrode Business University, the Netherlands
  • Jan Jonker, Radboud University Nijmegen- Nijmegen School of Management, the Netherlands
  • Mary Beth Klinger, College of Southern Maryland, USA
  • Radoslaw Koszewski, University of Gdansk, Poland
  • Vilmantė Kumpikaitė, Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania
  • Jean-Pierre Lehmann, IMD, Lausanne, Switzerland
  • Joseph C. Santora, Ecole des Ponts Business School, France
  • Anna-Maija Lämsä, University of Jyväskylä, Finland
  • Merita Mattila, University of Ghana (East Legon), Ghana
  • Brent McKenzie, University of Guelph, Canada
  • Grant Michelson, Audencia Nantes School of Management, France
  • Patrick O’Sullivan, Grenoble Ecole de Management, France
  • Jagdish Parikh, Lemuir Group of Companies
  • Francesco Pastore, Seconda Universitá di Napoli, Italy
  • Rajesh Pillania, Management Development Institute, India
  • Raminta Pučėtaitė, Vilnius University, Kaunas, Lithuania
  • Anne Reino, University of Tartu, Estonia
  • René Schmidtpeter, Cologne Business School (CBS), Germany
  • Carl Stenberg, University of North Carolina, USA
  • Erik Terk, Estonian Institute for Futures Studies, Estonia
  • Wim Vandekerckhove, University of Greenwich Business School, Old Royal Naval College, UK
  • Nijole Vasiljeviene, Vilnius University, Kaunas, Lithuania
  • Peter Vercek, University of Economics in Bratislava, Slovak Republic

Instructions to authors

Please submit a first draft that is proofread and edited/checked for language/grammar/required format style.  If English is not your native language, please be sure to have an English language editor review and revise your manuscript for language issues before submission. We can offer the service for language editing, proof-reading texts in English language, but these costs have to be covered by the authors themselves.

This should be the final finished version of the paper, checked for grammar, spelling and typographical errors. A brief autobiographical note should be supplied separately for all authors, including full name, appointment, name of organization and email address. Please provide also a short introduction, with more detailed personal information, including education, main publications and research interests (opt. 8-10 lines).

The optimum amount is about 8000-9000 words without reference list and appendixes for a longer article, or 5000-6000, for a shorter one.

Please send your submission to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Abstract
Please provide a short abstract of 100 to 250 words. The abstract should not contain any undefined abbreviations or unspecified references. The abstract should contain purpose of the article, methodology / approach, main findings, research limitations/implications (if applicable), practical implications (if applicable) and the originality/value of paper.

Keywords: Please provide 5 to 10 key words or short phrases in alphabetical order.

Language
The journal’s language is English. British English or American English spelling and terminology may be used, but either one should be followed consistently throughout the article.

Appearance
Please use Windows directory 7.0. or compatible programs, Font of 12 pt, single-spaced, 6 pt (after) interim between paragraphs, with sufficient margins (left at least 3,5 cm, others 2,5 cm) on all sides to facilitate editing and styling.

Please number the pages consecutively with numbers at the bottom, aligning in the centre.

Abbreviations and their explanations should be collected in a list.

Citations and Quoting in the Text
You should cite publications in the text: using the first author"s, maximum two first authors’ names, by means of an author’s name should be followed by the date of the reference in parentheses and page number(s) where appropriate.

  • For example: Price (2000); (Adams, 1997); (Näsi, 1995: 102) or (Donaldson and Preston, 1995).
  • When there are more than two authors, you should mention only the first two authors’ names, followed by ‘et al.’ For example (Easterby-Smith et al., 2003: 42).
  • In case of several citations, separate several these with semicolon (Harrison and Freeman, 1999; Clarkson, 1995; Wood, 1991; Goodpaster, 1991).

When there is direct quotation, the page number is a requirement. Use ‘single quotation marks’ for direct quotations and quotations of more than 40 words should be set off clearly, either by indenting the left hand margin or by using a smaller typeface.

In the event that an author cited has had two or more works published during the same year, the reference, both in the text and in the reference list, should be identified by a lower case letter like “a” and “b”; after the date to distinguish the works.

Figures and Tables
All graphics, figures, tables and illustrations should be numbered (graphics and illustrations are also named as figures), mentioned in the text (Figure 1) and should have headings or legends. Our journal is printed in black-and-white; therefore figures and tables should not be submitted in colour. Figures and tables should be placed in the text at the right place and/ or at the end of the manuscript following the Reference section, then the approximate position of figures and tables should be indicated in the manuscript. Each figure and table should be accompanied by an explanatory legend, tables’ heading is placed above the table and figures’ below the figure. Explanatory footnotes for long explanatory material, should be placed immediately below the table. The sources for both tables and figures must be brought out below the table and / or the figure.


Section Headings
Headings should be short and accurate. First-, second-, third-, and fourth order headings should be clearly distinguishable. First and second order headings have to be in ‘title case’ and ‘bold’, third and forth order headings with ‘capital first letter’ and in ‘bold’.

A 6 pt interim should be left between the text and first- as well as second-order headings.

Notes
Please use endnotes only. Notes should be indicated by consecutive superscript numbers in the text and listed at the end of the article before the References.

References
References to books, journal articles, articles in collections and conference or workshop proceedings, and technical reports should be listed at the end of the paper in alphabetical order. All references should be carefully checked for completeness, accuracy and consistency.

For books:
Surname, Initials. Year. Title of Book. Place of publication: Publisher.

  • e.g. Fallbright, A. and Khan, G. 2001. Competing Strategies. Rochester, NJ: Outhouse Press.
  • For book chaptersSurname, Initials. Year. Chapter title. Editor"s surname, Initials, (ed.) Title of Book. place of publication: Publisher, pages.
  • e.g. Bessley, M. and Wilson, P. 1999. Marketing for the production manager. In: Levicki, J. (ed.)Taking the Blinkers off Managers. London: Broom Relm, 29-33.
  • Goodpaster, K.E. 2001. Business ethics and stakeholder analysis. In: Beauchamp, T.L., Bowie, N.E. (eds.) Ethical Theory and Business, 6th ed. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 66-85.
  • For journal articlesSurname, Initials. Year. Title of article. Journal Name in full, volume (issue number), pages.
  • e.g. Freeman, R.E. and Reed, D.L. 1983. Stockholders and stakeholders: A new perspective on corporate governance. California Management Review, 25 (3), 83-94.

For conference proceedings, reports:
Surname, Initials. Year. Title of presentation. Editor’s name (if any). Title of the proceedings. Place and date of conference. Publisher and/or organization from which the proceedings can be obtained, pages.

References to technical reports or doctoral dissertations should include the Author’s surname, Initials. Year. Title of report or dissertation. Institution and or Publisher.

For electronic sources:
References supplied in the same way as other sources, if available online, you should supply the URL and add accession data at the end of the reference.

When reference is made to a homepage, please add a note to that.


Appendices
Supplementary material should be collected in an Appendix and placed after the Notes and Reference sections.
Acknowledgements of people, grants, funds, etc. should be placed in a separate section before the References.

Proofs
Editorial board leaves itself the rights to make revisions and editing of the text and not to return the manuscripts.
Proofs will be sent to the corresponding author by e-mail. Your response, with or without corrections, should be sent within 72 hours. Please do not make any corrections to the PDF file. Minor corrections (+/- 10) should be sent as an e-mail attachment to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.;  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Copyright
Authors will be asked, upon submission of an article, to transfer copyright of the article to the Publisher. This will ensure the widest possible dissemination of information under copyright laws.

Permissions
It is the responsibility of the author to obtain written permission for a quotation from unpublished material, or for all quotations in excess of 250 words in one extract or 500 words in total from any work still in copyright, and for the reprinting of figures, tables or poems from unpublished or copyrighted material.

Journal of Management and Change follows a double-blind reviewing procedure. Authors are therefore requested not to put their name(s) in the manuscript. Self identifying citations and references in the article text should either be avoided or left blank when manuscripts are first submitted. Authors are responsible for reinserting self identifying citations and references when manuscripts are prepared for final submission.