Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science (JAMS)
The Academy's academic journal, Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science
(JAMS), was founded in 1972 by Dr. Harold W. Berkman and is published on a quarterly
basis by Springer. The journal has consistently grown in stature under the direction of editors including William Darden, Robert Peterson, David Cravens, A. Parasuraman, Rajan Varadarajan, David Stewart, and the current editor Tomas Hult. JAMS is a double-blind refereed publication for which all manuscripts are reviewed by Editorial Board members and ad hoc referees. Occasionally, JAMS publishes special issues devoted to a theme of major significance; current calls for papers can be downloaded from the journal's website
. More information about the journal's processes and history is available from its article on Wikipedia
Members of the Academy receive the Journal at no additional cost beyond annual membership dues, and it is available to non-members, corporate sponsors, and libraries by subscription. JAMS currently has more than 500 institutional subscribers from more than 30 countries in the world, was rated as one of the top marketing journals
and has been highlighted by ISI in their InCites publication
. Articles in JAMS are abstracted/or indexed in ABI/Inform; Accountants' Index; Business Index; Current Contents; PAIS Bulletin; PsycInfo; Psychological Abstracts; Accountants1 Index, Supplement; Social Sciences Citation Index.
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AMS Review (AMSR)
The AMS Review is the Academy of Marketing Science’s new theory journal, founded in 2011. Robert A. Peterson and Vicky Crittenden served as the inaugural co-editors until 2013, and it is now edited by Manjit Yadav.
The AMS Review is positioned to be the premier marketing journal that focuses exclusively on conceptual and theoretical contributions across all sub-discipline areas in the field of marketing. It publishes articles that engage theoretical issues in marketing in the broad sense. The AMS Review is receptive to different philosophical perspectives and levels of analysis that range from micro to macro. Especially welcome are manuscripts that integrate research and theory from non-marketing disciplines such as management, sociology, economics, psychology, geography, anthropology, or other behavioral sciences. Examples of suitable manuscripts include those incorporating conceptual and organizing frameworks or models, those extending, comparing, or critically evaluating existing theories, and those suggesting new or innovative theories. Comprehensive and integrative quantitative syntheses of research literatures (i.e., meta-analyses) are encouraged, as are paradigm-shifting manuscripts. Manuscripts that focus on descriptive literature reviews, proselytize research methods or techniques, or report empirical research findings will not be considered for publication. The AMS Review does not publish manuscripts focusing on practitioner advice or marketing education.
Members of the Academy receive the AMS Review at no additional cost beyond annual membership dues, and it is available to non-members, corporate sponsors, and libraries by subscription.
AMS-Review - Sheth Foundation Initiative for Marketing Theory
Doctoral Competition for Conceptual Articles
Although the marketing discipline continues to make progress on multiple fronts, there has been growing concern in recent years about the lack of emphasis on conceptual/theoretical contributions. This is detrimental to long-term knowledge development in our field and significantly diminishes its impact and influence.The proposed initiative addresses this issue. Its overarching objective is to help advance theory development in the marketing discipline. Given the significant role played by doctoral students in a discipline, the initiative will be launched with a Doctoral Competition for Conceptual Articles that will be organized annually by AMS Review (AMSR).
Special Issue of AMS Review focused on "Business Models" will be published in 2017.
Topic: "Business Models for the Digital Economy: A Marketing Perspective"
- Hubert Gatignon, Claude Janssen Chaired Professor of Business Administration, INSEAD, France
- Alina Sorescu, Nichols Associate Professor, Mays Business School, Texas A&M University
- Koen Pauwels, Professor of Marketing, Ozyegin University, Istanbul
- Xavier Lecocq, Professor of Strategic Management, University of Lille (France) and IESEG School of Management
Deadlines: Submission of Extended Abstract: June 1, 2016; Submission of Full Manuscript: December 1, 2016
For more information please check out this link: Call for Papers