Aims & Scope

The Journal of Comparative International Management (JCIM) is an international refereed journal devoted to the publication of original and high-quality conceptual and/or empirical articles focusing on international management issues. It welcomes a wide variety of empirical methodologies and is particularly interested in comparative studies related to Developing and Emerging Countries.

The primary objective of Journal of Comparative International Management (JCIM) is to advance the understanding of contemporary issues of international management through comparative studies related to Developing and Emerging Countries. It represents a prime academic forum of discussion for scholars who work on Developing and Emerging Countries to generate new ideas and thinking from comparative analysis of theories, practices and research methods. Its audience includes academic scholars, educators, corporate managers and other management practitioners or business professionals, consultants and policy makers. 

The Journal of Comparative International Management (JCIM) is not a journal that is limited to International Management. Therefore, articles from other disciplines of business are welcome.