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EMERALD ACQUIRES FOUR ACCOUNTING AND INVESTMENT TITLES
- Subject: EMERALD ACQUIRES FOUR ACCOUNTING AND INVESTMENT TITLES
- From: Chris Olson <email@example.com>
- Date: Mon, 31 Oct 2005 21:07:41 EST
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Emerald Group Publishing news of possible interest... ....................................... Chris Olson, M.L.S., M.A.S. Chris Olson & Associates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EMERALD ACQUIRES FOUR ACCOUNTING AND INVESTMENT TITLES World's leading management journal publisher boosts holdings in accountancy UNITED KINGDOM, October 31, 2005 -- Emerald Group Publishing Limited has acquired four journal titles in the fields of accounting and investment. Purchased from four different publishers, the journals offer practical financial management advice and complement Emerald's existing portfolio of finance, economics, and general management titles. The journals were selected as part of an ongoing strategy of targeted acquisitions to solidify the presence of Emerald in scholarly management publishing. All four titles are available under the new Emerald online portal, Emerald Management Xtra. "The news of these four acquisitions reflects many months of hard work by our team to scour the globe for high quality publications to add to the Emerald portfolio. These titles further strengthen our presence as the world's leading management journal publisher," said Cathy Mostyn, Emerald business development director. This brings the number of Emerald management journals to 115, and its accounting and investment portfolio to 11. In keeping with the corporate vision, Emerald management journals consistently feature papers on how to turn theory into practice. The new Emerald titles include: 1.) The Journal of Accounting and Organizational Change. Acquired from Australia's Deakin University, this journal targets researchers and practitioners. It is the international refereed journal devoted to the advancement of the interplay between accounting and organizational change processes. The publication is a primary source of literature on accounting, HRM, industrial relations, strategy, and organizational change. Frequency: Currently 2 issues per year. From 2006, 3 issues per year. >From 2008, 4 issue per year. Managing editor: Simon Linacre Editor: Zahirul Hoque 2.) The Journal of Human Resource Costing and Accounting. Acquired from the Personnel Economics Institute at the University of Stockholm. Covers both human resource accounting and cost/benefit analyses of human resources. It aims to highlight costs and revenues related to human resources. Frequency: Currently 2 issues per year. From 2006, 3 issues per year. >From 2008, 4 issues per year. Managing editor: Simon Linacre Editor: Birgitta Olsson 3.) The Journal of Investment Compliance. Acquired from US-publisher, Institutional Investor, Inc. This title targets audiences ranging from in-house and outside compliance executives to financial directors, lawyers, and academics in economics, finance, and risk management. The quarterly journal covers both the broker-dealer and investment advisor ends of compliance, and the increasing intertwining of the two sides. It offers practical analysis of issues on the regulation of investment funds as it relates to their trading, management, custody, transfers, and investor rules by today's top compliance practitioners. Frequency: 4 issues per year. Managing Editor: Anna Torrance Editor: Henry A Davis Consulting editor: James A Tricarico 4.) Qualitative Research in Accounting and Management. Acquired from the Auckland University of Technology. The journal aims to promote an international and interdisciplinary understanding of management, accounting, and organizations within a global environment. It publishes qualitative research on topics relevant to management, organization studies, financial and management accounting, management and accounting education, social and environmental issues, and critical and historical approaches. Frequency: Currently 2 issues per year. From 2006, 3 issues per year. >From 2008, 4 issues per year. Managing editor: Simon Linacre Editors: Deryl Northcott and Bill Doolin About Emerald <http://www.emeraldinsight.com> Emerald Group Publishing, Ltd. is the leading international publisher of academic and professional literature in the fields of management and library and information services. Emerald is COUNTER compliant, meeting the international code of practice for reports that allow clients to measure usage of online information products and services according to a standardized method. Consistently ranked at 98% in customer satisfaction surveys, Emerald was voted "Best Customer Support" by readers of The Charleston Advisor. Emerald publishes over 150 peer-reviewed titles such as Management Decision, European Journal of Marketing, Journal of Documentation, Library Hi-Tech, Journal of Knowledge Management and The TQM Magazine. Emerald's flagship product, Emerald Management Xtra, is dedicated to the continued development of business schools and management departments worldwide. Contact: Gill Crawford Head of Corporate Communications Emerald Group Publishing, Ltd. 10/62 Toller Lane, Bradford, BD8 9BY UK Telephone: 011 44 274-777700 Fax: 011 44 1274-785201 Web site: <http://www.emeraldinsight.com> firstname.lastname@example.org or Chris Olson Chris Olson & Associates 410-647-6708 EmeraldMedia@chrisolson.com ####
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