Published for the first time in the fall of 1998, the International Journal of Arts Management has quickly become essential reading for the arts management community. All papers are subject to a double blind refereeing process.
Each issue is approximately 100 pages in length and covers a wide range of topics and viewpoints of direct interest to academics and practitioners. All articles meet the highest standards of intellectual rigour.
This section provides information on the specific aims of the Journal, on the editor and his editorial board. We invite you to take a look at previous issues; links are provided to tables of contents and abstracts.
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IJAM is a non-profit project, published by HEC Montréal’s Carmelle and Rémi Marcoux Chair in Arts Management in partnership with SDA Bocconi, Arts And Culture Knowledge Center.
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Notes should be numbered consecutively and double-spaced on a separate, attached sheet. Citations within the text should consist of the author’s last name and year of publication, enclosed within parentheses, and should be inserted before punctuation or at a logical break in the sentence. If several citations are needed, they should be presented alphabetically and separated by semicolons. A page number should be given only if necessary. If the author’s name has just been given in the text, the year in parentheses is sufficient. If two or more works by an author were published in the same year, they should be distinguished with a, b, etc., after the year. For works by four or more authors, “et al.” should be used—for example: Smith’s latest proposal (1979) has been questioned by some (Ames, 1981; Brown, 1980) but is generally accepted by others (Fritz, 1979; Lang, 1979; Rotwang, 1984). Investigators (Fiest et al., 1985; Hughes, McGill and Hall, 1981; Lee and King, 1983)have found that… References should be double-spaced and presented on a separate, attached sheet. Works by a single author should be listed chronologically.
References should be presented as follows:
Colbert, F. 1995. Marketing Culture and the Arts. New York: John Wiley.
Roodhouse, S. 1998. “The Development of Museum Training in the United Kingdom.” International Journal of Arts Management, Vol. 1, no 1, p. 45–56.
Three or more authors:
Zukerman, V., L. Berry and A. Paterson. 1988. “The Nature and Determinants of Customer Experience of Service.” Journal of the Academy of Marketing, Vol. 4, no 5, p. 1–12.
Contribution in a book edited by another author:
Fiest, A. 1995. “Consumption in the Arts and Cultural Industries: Recent Trends in the UK.” In From Maestro to Manager: Critical Issues in Arts and Culture Management, M. Fitzgibbon and A. Kelly, eds. (p. 245–267). Dublin: Oak Tree Press.
The International Journal of Arts Management is overseen by an international editorial board of leading academics, practitioners and consultants.
Nancy J. Adler S. Bronfman Chair in Management McGill University CANADA
Carsten Baumgarth Professor of Marketing HWR Berlin School of Economics and Law GERMANY
Pierre-Jean Benghozi Director of Research Centre de recherche en gestion de l’Ecole Polytechnique (CNRS) FRANCE
Johanne Brunet Professor HEC Montreal CANADA
Antonella Carù Professor of Marketing Bocconi University ITALY
Manuel Cuadrado-García Associate Professor of Marketing Universitat de València SPAIN
Thorsten Hennig-Thurau Professor of Marketing University of Muenster GERMANY Research Professor in Marketing
Sir John Cass Business School City University UNITED KINGDOM
Renaud Legoux Associate Professor HEC Montreal CANADA
Zarin Mehta Former President New York Philharmonic UNITED STATES
Hiroshi Okano Vice Director Urban Research Plaza Osaka City University JAPAN
Wendy Reid Associate Professor HEC Montreal CANADA
Severino Salvemini Department of Management and Technology Bocconi University ITALY
Enrique Jeronimo Saravia Professor Fundacao Getulio Vargas Escola Brasileira de Administracao Publica BRAZIL
Mark A. Scorca President Opera America UNITED STATES
Jamal Shamsie Associate Professor Broad College of Business Michigan State University UNITED STATES
Yannik St-James Associate Professor HEC Montreal CANADA
Roy Suddaby Professor and Winspear Chair Peter B. Gustavson School of Business University of Victoria CANADA Professor of Strategic Management Newcastle University Business School UNITED KINGDOM
Johanne Turbide Professor HEC Montreal CANADA
Arch Woodside Professor of Marketing Curtin University AUSTRALIA
Yi Lin Professor School of Arts Peking University CHINA
Carmelle and Rémi Marcoux Chair in Arts Management, HEC Montréal CANADA
CO-EDITOR IN CHIEF
Associate Professor Public and Non Profit Management Bocconi University ITALY
CO-EDITOR IN CHIEF
Professor HEC Montréal CANADA
Emeritus Professor HEC Paris FRANCE
Associate Professor Department of Marketing and Entrepreneurship Kent State University UNITED STATES
Company Profile and Manager’s Voice
Professor and Chair Emeritus Business and Entrepreneurship Department Columbia College Chicago UNITED STATES
Associate Professor in Entrepreneurship Burgundy School of Business FRANCE
Economics and Cultural Industries
Permanent Professor ESSCA School of Management FRANCE
Strategic and Financial Performance
Senior Lecturer University College Plymouth St Mark and St John UNITED KINGDOM
BOOK REVIEW EDITOR
Head, School of Management Professor, Arts and Cultural Leadership University of South Australia Business School AUSTRALIA