About the Journal

About the Journal

Journal of Research in Marketing (JORM), double-blind peer-reviewed and published bi-monthly, interdisciplinary Marketing journal, is committed to publishing scholarly empirical and theoretical research articles that have a high impact on the marketing field as a whole. JORM is indexed with Thomson Reuters Researcher ID, J-Gate, Google Scholar, Eyesource,CiteSeer, World Cat, Open archives initiative, Citefactor, Open Library, Cornell University Library, University of Washington Library & many other renowned indexes worldover. JORM is a Renowned worldwide publication, Open Access, Blind Peer reviewed, Internationally reputed journal managed by Editorial board from USA, Canada, Australia, UK,  Singapore, Indonesia, South Africa, Newzealand & India. 

Why JORM?

JORM is a world-renowned Journal and has been listed in top indexes. The articles submitted in this journal would mean that authors will get a global platform to showcase their research contribution. There is an elite group of editors,authors,researchers and academicians who subcribe to JORM world-over. The impact factor of JORM is 1.012 (2012-2020) which makes JORM as one of the very few management journals which has impact factor above 1.00 mark. The Journal is also subscribed by top university libraries around the world.

Submissions Invited for Volume 12, No. 2 February 2021 Issue:

Submissions will close soon for upcoming issue, Volume 12, No. 2  February 2021. If the authors submit their articles after the close of submissions, the article will be considered for next issue automatically. Authors can email their work at jorm@techmindresearch.com or they can upload their work directly on Website.

Editorial Policies

  • Scope and Objective

    • To provide the platform for academicians, policy makers and practitioners from business and industry to share their research work and learnings.

    • To enhance the research in the problems of management, economics, information technology and other related allied areas.

    • To disseminate information on the latest developments in the area of management, information technology and related disciplines.

    • To enhance managerial and decision making skills by making value addition to the existing corpse of knowledge.

    • To provide a strong industry –academia interface for solving the problems faced by industry.

The following is a partial list of the nature of articles appropriate for submission to the journal for review and publication consideration:

  • Content

    • Research Papers : Empirical and Conceptual

    • Case Studies

    • Abstracts of the various types of research conducted by faculty and students

    • Book Review of the latest books

    • Section Policies

      Articles

         Open Submissions     Indexed    Peer Reviewed

      Editorial Article

         Open Submissions     Indexed    Peer Reviewed

      Review Article

         Open Submissions     Indexed    Peer Reviewed
    • Peer Review Process

      JORM has introduced peer review processes from its first edition onwards. The researchers submitting their manuscripts for review and subsequent publication should oblige by peer-reviewing at least one paper from their domain. Once the author submits any manuscript, an acknowledgment shall be sent to the author along with a technical paper for peer-review. The concerned manuscript shall be simultaneously reviewed by our extensive internal review/ referee network. The terms and conditions that behold any general reviewer/referee shall also hereby levied upon the peer-reviewers. Protection of Intellectual Property is one of the primary agendas of any reviewer/referee.

    • Publication Frequency

      Journal items can be published collectively, as part of an issue with its own Table of Contents. Alternatively, individual items can be published as soon as they are ready, by adding them to the "current" volume's Table of Contents.

    • Open Access Policy

      This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.