Transnational Marketing Journal

ISSN: 2041-4684 | e-ISSN: 2041-4692

About Journal

Focus and Scope

The Transnational Marketing Journal

Transnational Marketing Journal (TMJ) is dedicated to publishing high quality contemporary research into transnational marketing practices and scholarship while encouraging critical approaches in the development of marketing theory and practice. TMJ is a journal which promotes and show-cases current research into marketing practices and challenges crossing national borders.

Transnational Marketing Journal aims to publish high-quality papers on transnational marketing, the emphasis being on current interests, marketing practice and theory development. 

The Article Processing Charges for an open access article is 2000 GBP. 

The journal offers an outlet for research and scholarship in this growing field in marketing research. Transnational Marketing Journal invites empirical and methodological papers as well as theoretical and conceptual articles. Debates and reviews in all areas of marketing regarding marketing practices across borders, reaching multiple countries are also welcome.

A rather critical stance towards marketing theory and practice adopted distinguishes the journal from others. Multidisciplinary contributions are particularly welcome as well as cross-disciplinary debates. Transnational Marketing Journal invites papers in all areas of Marketing with an emphasis and relevance to cross border practices, issues, challenges facing marketers and researchers in the field.

ISSN: 2041-4684 | e-ISSN: 2041-4692 | The abbreviated title: Transntl. Market. J.

Transnational Marketing Journal is published three times a year in April, August, and December.

Transnational Marketing Journal is indexed and abstracted by SCOPUS, ERIH Plus, RePEc among others. TMJ is also included in American Sociological Association’s Publication Options Journal Directory

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