Why should you publish in Electronic Markets?

The competition in the global academic publishing market is increasing and there are many outlets for publishing your research. Many new journals come up every year including open access journals, conference proceedings and document servers. So why should you submit your work to Electronic Markets? Here are some of the benefits:

  • Electronic Markets was the first journal to report on developments and the latest trends in the exciting and rapidly evolving field of electronic business and related issues (see scope). 
  • Electronic Markets comprises various sections which are tailored to the nature of your research. The journal is open for all methodologies and pursues innovative topics in special issues, position papers and case studies (see sections).
  • Electronic Markets is included in many rankings including the renowned Social Science Citation Index (SSCI). This makes a publication in Electronic Markets valuable for your publication record (see rankings). 
  • Electronic Markets is committed to quality. All articles undergo a rigorous double-blind review process. Positive reviewer lists and articles which have been published previously are not accepted (see general information).
  • Electronic Markets is international and involves leadings scholars in its editorial board. Senior and associate editors as well as our editorial board are important for safeguarding the quality of the journal (see Editorial team).
  • Electronic Markets aims at efficient processes. The feedback you receive is usually comprehensive, with half an A4 page of comments or more. On average it takes 6-8 months from submission to online first publication (see data).
  • Electronic Markets uses an online submission system which allows you to conveniently submit and track manuscripts. All articles are first published online, on the page of our publisher Springer (see submission).
  • Electronic Markets is published by Springer, one of the leading publishers of academic research. Springer is present in most libraries worldwide and thereby ensures the presence of your work in many databases and indexes (see data).
  • Springer allows self-archiving of finally accepted articles 12 months after publication. You can upload the author version to your homepage and potential readers can benefit from instant availability (see Electronic Markets on self-archiving).