A TSSCI journal
Ranking: 8/46 in Management (Taiwan)
Quality Monthly Databank 2007
The Asia Pacific Management Review (APMR) is a double-blind peer-reviewed international journal founded in 1996. Each of four regular issues (March, June, September, and December) published each year contains high quality, original papers and/or short communications that contribute to the theory, methodology and/or practice of management. In addition to demonstrating their research rigor and relevance to the existing state of knowledge, papers published in APMR provide new ideas, new insights, new empirical results and/or new practical applications significant to the field of management.
APMR publishes scholarly papers and short communications in all aspects of management, including, but not restricted to, the following topic areas: accounting, customer relationship management, e-commerce/e-business, environment management, financial management, human resource management, information systems management, international business management, knowledge management, logistics and transportation management, marketing, operations research and quantitative methods, organization management, production and operations management, quality management, strategic management, supply chain management, and technology management. Manuscripts addressing research issues relevant to the Asia Pacific region are particularly welcome.