About this series
Emerging market nations such as Russia, Brazil, China, South Africa and India as well as Eastern European territories, are in the process of changes and growth that require specific study and attention. The international business strategies employed in these territories target new opportunities, the study of which provides scholars the opportunity to evolve international business theory.
Covering three main themes - international business, management and marketing – Palgrave Studies of Internationalization in Emerging Markets will encompass a multiplicity of topics. Examining the new ways in which firms from emerging economies develop and implement their internationalization strategy, as well as their management and marketing strategies, the series will encompass specific issues such as social entrepreneurship, operations and regional specifics of internationalization. Looking closer at the specifics underlying the development of emerging market nations and their firms, this series aims to shed light on the current and future issues associated with the challenges and opportunities offered by the varying contexts of emerging markets.
The book proposals for this series undergo a single blind peer review by three specialized highly respected established academics out of a pool of 28. The book proposal is sent to the reviewers that are selected based on its specific topic and content taking into consideration the geographic contextual specificity. The reviews with specific comments and recommendations are sent to the authors/editors of the perspectives publication who address them. Afterwards, the revised book proposal is evaluated by the Commissioning Editor of Palgrave Macmillan and Book Series Editor. The final manuscript is single blind peer reviewed. For more information on our peer review policy please see our website: https://www.palgrave.com/gp/book-authors/your-career/early-career-researcher-hub/peer-review-process?countryChanged=trueFor information on how to submit a book proposal for inclusion in this series please contact Liz Barlow: email@example.com. For details on the book proposal process please visit our website: https://www.palgrave.com/gp/book-authors/publishing-guidelines/submit-a-proposal