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Emerald Publishing was founded in 1967 to champion new ideas that would advance the research and practice of business and management. Today, we continue to nurture fresh thinking in applied fields where we feel we can make a real difference, now also including health and social care, education and engineering.
Emerald manages a portfolio of over 300 journals, more than 2,500 books and over 1,500 teaching cases.
Emerald Publishing is part of Emerald Group.
So, what are ‘missions’? According to the European Commission:
(Source: 2018 EU report on Mission-oriented research & innovation in the European Union)
As a global business Emerald Publishing recognises that issues around responsible management, quality education, healthier lives and delivering a fairer society for all resonate with audiences around the world, reaching beyond academia. Bringing together the very best research in these areas makes it easier for academics, businesses, policy makers and others to discover, helping to contribute to real change in society.
Emerald’s mission collections are updated regularly so there will always be new research to explore.
Boasting a portfolio of 309 journals, Emerald Insight is home to more than 255,000 current and Backfiles articles across the fields of business, management, economics, engineering, computing, technology and social sciences.
At the heart of our publishing agenda is quality and relevance – through our deep-rooted connection to the communities we serve, we bring to life the most pertinent topics from world-leading thinkers.
Do you want to publish with Emerald? Whether you want to publish a journal article, a case study, a book chapter, or a new book or journal, we have the answers you are looking for.
Contribute to existing and new journals, or place your work at the cutting edge in one of our forthcoming special issues.
Emerald is a progressive publisher, passionate about bringing research to life in a way that leads to meaningful real-world change.
Find out what you can and can’t do with your work. Emerald Author Rights is designed to clarify Emerald’s policies.
Find out more about Emerald's copyright principles, responsibilities to authors, and how we add value throughout the publication process in our Authors' Charter.
Emerald and its editors are fully committed to good publication practice. Emerald is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics and supports the application of consistent standards across the industry.
What you need to know and what you need to do regarding permissions for your manuscript.
We may already have an answer for you - check our responses to common questions on submissions, time to publication, author proofs and more.
EarlyCite is Emerald's online, pre-publication service enabling you to access journal articles prior to official publication. Find out more about this new service.
Resources to support authors from all over the world, especially those from developing regions and countries.
Raise visibility, share research and maximise article influence. Find out more about this service.
Emerald believes in protecting the integrity of its content and the role publishers play in scholarly discussion.
Advances in Autism by Emerald Publishing is unique in its focus on the health and care aspects and outcomes for people with autism. The content of this new journal will be a key tool in building and disseminating evidence to change the way that professionals work with people with autism and to challenge traditional assumptions and ways of working.
We’ve curated our best research on SDGs 1, 2, 5, 8, 10 and 16, helping us to build a fair, inclusive and equitable society, that leaves no-one behind
(by Emerald Publishing)
Our publications curated here showcase our ‘Healthier Lives’ mission aligned to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals, particularly SDG3: Good Health and Wellbeing. This research promotes the importance of a healthy mind, as well as a healthy body, and our goal is to help researchers, practitioners, service users and their families and carers share their work to influence real change in people’s health and wellbeing to bring about healthier lives for all.
We have curated our best and most relevant research aligned to SDGs 4, 10 and 16 to support the goal of Quality Education for All.
There has to be a commitment to ensuring sustainability itself is managed ethically and responsibly: we have curated our best research supporting this, linking into SDGs 8,9,10,11 and 12.