Industrial Marketing Management: News about Associate Editors for Special Issues
We are very pleased that Maja Arslanagić-Kalajdžić and Selma Kadić-Maglajlić have accepted to become associate editors for special issues. The composition of two associate editors for special issues mirrors that of the journal’s editorship that since 2015 has two co-editors-in-chief.
Both Maja and Selma are eager to start their working together with the journal’s many guest editors. Thus, we continue with Industrial Marketing Management’s tradition of compelling special issues that raise debate and attract widespread citations. With the permission of the special issue editors, guest editors solicit a collection of research articles on the topic and select the best of them for publication in the special issue. Thus, special issues serve two functions: alert the journal’s readers to the growing importance of a topic while summarizing what is known so far about it, and present the newest research, often authored by a mix of senior academics and the best and brightest of the most recent generation of assistant professors. A special issue ideally becomes the go-to issue for researchers interested in that topic for many years to come.
Only scholars with successful publication records in Industrial Marketing Management or other high-ranking journals relevant to the focus of Industrial Marketing Management should consider submitting their proposals for careful and respectful consideration by the special issue editors. Scholars proposing a special issue will need prepare a proposal. To get an idea of how to prepare a proposal, please refer to past proposals posted on the journal’s homepage.
Maja Arslanagić-Kalajdžić completed her Ph.D. at University of Ljubljana and is currently an Associate Professor of Marketing at the Department of Marketing at University of Sarajevo. Her research focuses on the perceived value in business relationships, marketing accountability, and global branding. She has published in Industrial Marketing Management, International Marketing Review, Journal of Business and Industrial Marketing, Journal of Business Ethics, Journal of Business Research, and Journal of International Marketing, among others. She has received Best Reviewer award from Industrial Marketing Management and is part of the review board of Industrial Marketing Management.
Selma Kadić-Maglajlić holds a Ph.D. from University of Ljubljana. She is an Associate Professor of Marketing at the Department of Marketing at Copenhagen Business School. Her research focuses on interpersonal interactions, emotions, and ethics in selling and sales management. She has published in Journal of Business and Industrial Marketing, Journal of Business Ethics, Journal of Business Research, Journal of International Marketing, Journal of Macromarketing, and International Marketing Review, among others. She is part of the review board of Industrial Marketing Management.