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Call For Co-Editors

Journal of Media Economics

Routledge, Taylor & Francis is seeking nominations for the next co-editors of the Journal of Media Economics (JME). JME, listed in the Social Science Citation Index*, publishes original research on the economics and policy of mediated communication, focusing on firms, markets, and institutions. Reflecting the increasing diversity of analytical approaches employed in economics and recognizing that policies promoting social and political objectives may have significant economic impacts on media, the Journal encourages submissions reflecting the insights of diverse disciplinary perspectives and research methodologies, both empirical and theoretical.

The co-editor position is a three to five-year term and includes an honorarium. The incoming co-editors will begin taking submissions for the journal on May 15, 2019. The incoming editors will be set up with ScholarOne Manuscripts™ an online system used by journal editorial offices to manage the submission and peer review of articles.

 TO APPLY

Interested candidates should submit:

  • A curriculum vitae of the candidate
  • Statement of interest in the position stating a vision for the continued expansion of the publication
  • A letter of support from the candidates’ home institution to act as Editor of JME

 For best consideration, applications should be received by April 30, 2019. 

Please send applications and address questions about editor responsibilities to Jillian O’Hara, Routledge, Taylor & Francis US Managing Editor for Communication and Media Studies Journals jillian.ohara@taylorandfrancis.com   

 For more information about Journal of Media Economics, please visit the Routledge website at http://www.routledge.com  and the journal’s homepage at http://www.tandfonline.com/hmec   

*2017 Impact Factor: 0.375 
Ranked 82/84 in Communications and 320/353 Economics
©2018 Clarivate Analytics, 2017 Journal Citation Reports®

Routledge, Taylor & Francis is seeking nominations for the next co-editors of the Journal of Media Economics (JME). JME, listed in the Social Science Citation Index*, publishes original research on the economics and policy of mediated communication, focusing on firms, markets, and institutions. Reflecting the increasing diversity of analytical approaches employed in economics and recognizing that policies promoting social and political objectives may have significant economic impacts on media, the Journal encourages submissions reflecting the insights of diverse disciplinary perspectives and research methodologies, both empirical and theoretical.

The co-editor position is a three to five-year term and includes an honorarium. The incoming co-editors will begin taking submissions for the journal on May 15, 2019. The incoming editors will be set up with ScholarOne Manuscripts™ an online system used by journal editorial offices to manage the submission and peer review of articles.

 TO APPLY, Interested candidates should submit:

  • A curriculum vitae of the candidate
  • Statement of interest in the position stating a vision for the continued expansion of the publication
  • A letter of support from the candidates’ home institution to act as Editor of JME

 For best consideration, applications should be received by

April 30, 2019. 

Please send applications and address questions about editor responsibilities to Jillian O’Hara, Routledge, Taylor & Francis US Managing Editor for Communication and Media Studies Journals jillian.ohara@taylorandfrancis.com   

 For more information about Journal of Media Economics, please visit the Routledge website at http://www.routledge.com  and the journal’s homepage at http://www.tandfonline.com/hmec   

*2017 Impact Factor: 0.375 
Ranked 82/84 in Communications and 320/353 Economics
©2018 Clarivate Analytics, 2017 Journal Citation Reports®

 

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Journal of Media Economics

The Journal of Media Economics publishes original research on the economics and policy of mediated communication, focusing on firms, markets, and institutions. Reflecting the increasing diversity of analytical approaches employed in economics and recognizing that policies promoting social and political objectives may have significant economic impacts on media, the Journal encourages submissions reflecting the insights of diverse disciplinary perspectives and research methodologies, both empirical and theoretical.

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