Management: Journal of Sustainable Business and Management Solutions in Emerging Economies has the aim to enable relevant information exchange and communication between scientists, researchers, managers, and people in different business areas, coming from universities, institutes, companies and public services. It represents an open discussion arena for new views, experiences and ideas concerning problems and management development tendencies in national and international perspective, with the aim of giving support to economic and social development.
The editorial board encourages new contributions in the wide field and different aspects of contemporary management, organisation and business theory and practice focused on emerging economies. Interdisciplinary papers that address global, regional and national perspectives of sustainable management and business solutions that contribute to economic, social and environment prosperity are welcome. Besides, the journal is permanently opened for new ideas and suggestions. Specific fields include, but are not limited to domains of business strategy, financial management, marketing management, human resource management, ICT management, ICT in business, organisational behaviour, organisational theory and design, project management, operation management, TQM, sustainable business and management. The Journal publishes both empirically and theoretically oriented articles but encourages empirically oriented papers.
The journal promotes cooperation with eminent authors from the country and from abroad, as well as with highly esteemed institutions that have shown distinguished results in the management domain. The Journal editorial board is constituted on a reciprocal basis with the participation of domestic and foreign experts.
It should be emphasised that the journal has been initiated with the ultimate goal to increase knowledge bases, experience and results for which we have strong expectations to be realised with your engagement and full participation.
The contributions are refereed by external assessment of two referees which are experts in the field and chosen by the Editorial Board.