Since 2013, the International Journal of Emerging Markets is the “home” journal the China Goes Global Conference for the annual special issue.
2015: International Journal of Emerging Markets, Special Issue from the China Goes Global Conference Volume 10, Issue 2, April 2015.
2014: International Journal of Emerging Markets, Special Issue from China Goes Global Conference 2012, Vol. 9, Issue 2
2012: Thunderbird International Business Review, Special Issue “Chinas Globalization”, Vol. 54, Issue 2
2009: Chinese Management Studies, Special Issue “China Goes Global”, Vol. 3, Issue 1
2008: Globalization of Chinese Enterprises, Palgrave, ISBN 978-0-230-51562-8
The International Journal of Emerging Markets (IJoEM) brings together articles that examine the emerging markets, both theoretically and empirically. Highly rigorous research, case studies, and review articles, such as meta-analytic reviews, are also encouraged. We especially welcome comparative studies of emerging markets or studies comparing the emerging markets with the developed markets. IJoEM offers contributors and readers an opportunity to explore issues related to the emerging markets from multi-functional (international business, management, marketing, finance, and accounting), multi-disciplinary (business, economics, area studies, and other social sciences), and multi-national geographic perspectives.