Emerald presents the first journal to cater for a steadily-increasing number of researchers, practitioners and University lecturers focusing on a crucial field: the management of one fifth of the world’s workforce in China and the surrounding regions of Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan.
A new journal for 2010, the publication of JCHRM comes at a time when Chinese Human Resource Management theory, research and practices have global implications. JCHRM will publish peer-reviewed content on Human Resource Management in Chinese companies in China and overseas, as well as studies on international MNCs operating in China.
Through the publication of the latest findings in the field, JCHRM aims to contribute to the promotion and development of efficient, effective and fulfilled workforces and to the enhancement of firm performance.
JCHRM will focus on:
Key research areas covered in the journal:
JCHRM provides researchers, lecturers, practitioners, administrators, policy-makers and post-graduate students interested in human resource management in Chinese contexts with a forum for intellectual exchange and professional development.
The journal publishes:
• Research papers
• Comparative studies
• Practitioner perspectives
• Case studies
• Book reviews
The journal also welcomes papers discussing and critiquing human resource management education which promote teaching excellence and learning experience in the field.
All papers should be between 3,000 and 6,000 words in length.
The editor is currently assessing contributions to forthcoming issues.
Emerald can now offer Chinese-language guidance on submitting papers to JCHRM via ScholarOne Manuscripts. Please contact Emerald’s Editor and Author Support Executive, Kathy Xu, at firstname.lastname@example.org or +86 (0)10-8225 0912.
Papers should be supplied in Word format. All authors should be listed and authors' details must be uploaded in a seperate title page file. The authors should not be identified anywhere else in the article.
For ScholarOne Manuscripts specific author guides and resouces, please click on the ‘Instructions and Forms’ section in ScholarOne Manuscripts.
Visit www.emeraldinsight.com\jchrm.htm for full author submission guidelines and more Editorial Team details.
Editor, Greg Wang, PhD