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Competition & Change

The Journal of Globalisation, Financialisation and Political Economy
Other Titles in:
Business & Management

eISSN: 14772221 | ISSN: 10245294 | Current volume: 28 | Current issue: 2 Frequency: Quarterly


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Competition and Change is an international peer-reviewed journal, uniquely featuring theoretical, empirical and policy oriented research that aims to develop an understanding of the causes and consequences of competition and change with respect to globalization, financialization and broader conceptualizations of restructuring capitalist relations. The journal is inter-disciplinary and welcomes contributions from a wide range of social science disciplines, including heterodox economics, political economy, critical research on work, management and organization, economic geography, sociology, development studies and international relations. In particular, we are interested in research and scholarly work that focuses on:

1. The nature of contemporary capitalism, including its organizational and spatial dynamics and their gendered effects

2. The drivers, mechanisms, and uneven impacts of globalization and social change

3. The changing configuration of state-market-civil society relations, including diverse forms of governance, regulation, resistance, and social welfare

4. The forms, processes and consequences of financialization

5. Global value chains and production networks, industrial clusters and other organizational forms with new implications for economic, social, and environmental upgrading.

6. Different forms and disruptive influences of capitalist instability including global civil society, social movements, migration, and climate change.

7. Industrial structure, nature of competition and performance within and across national/regional economies

8. How global political economy shapes, and is shaped by, the worlds of work, organization, society, and nature

The journal publishes:

• Full length peer reviewed articles (7,000 to 10,000 words)

• Special and themed issues

• Review articles and position pieces (3,000 to 8,000)

• Short items of relevant news and information for the academic community for our news section (500 to 2,000 words).

The editors of the journal aim to return an initial decision on all submissions within 12 weeks from the date of submission.

The journal is indexed in SCOPUS.



 



Competition and Change is an international peer-reviewed journal, uniquely featuring theoretical, empirical and policy oriented research that aims to develop an understanding of the causes and consequences of competition and change with respect to globalization, financialization and broader conceptualizations of restructuring capitalist relations. The journal is inter-disciplinary and welcomes contributions from a wide range of social science disciplines, including heterodox economics, political economy, critical research on work, management and organization, economic geography, sociology, development studies and international relations. In particular, we are interested in research and scholarly work that focuses on:

 

 

1. The nature of contemporary capitalism, including its organizational and spatial dynamics and their gendered effects

 

 

2. The drivers, mechanisms, and uneven impacts of globalization and social change

3. The changing configuration of state-market-civil society relations, including diverse forms of governance, regulation, resistance, and social welfare

4. The forms, processes and consequences of financialization

5. Global value chains and production networks, industrial clusters and other organizational forms with new implications for economic, social, and environmental upgrading.

6. Different forms and disruptive influences of capitalist instability including global civil society, social movements, migration, and climate change.

7. Industrial structure, nature of competition and performance within and across national/regional economies

8. How global political economy shapes, and is shaped by, the worlds of work, organization, society, and nature

 

 

The journal publishes:

 

 

• Full length peer reviewed articles (7,000 to 10,000 words)

• Special and themed issues

• Review articles and position pieces (3,000 to 8,000)

• Short items of relevant news and information for the academic community for our news section (500 to 2,000 words).

The editors of the journal aim to return an initial decision on all submissions within 12 weeks from the date of submission.

The journal is indexed in SCOPUS and the SSCI.

Further information can be found at: https://uk.sagepub.com/en-gb/eur/competition-change/journal202358#submission-guidelines.

Editors in Chief
Hulya Dagdeviren University of Hertfordshire, UK
Leo McCann University of York, UK
Gale Raj-Reichert Bard College Berlin, Germany
Editors
Antonio Andreoni SOAS University of London, UK
Rohit Azad Jawaharlal Nehru University, India
Elisa Barbieri University of Venice Ca Foscari, Italy
Benjamin Braun Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies, Germany
C P Chandrasekhar Jawaharlal Nehru University, India
Andrew Cumbers University of Glasgow, UK
Marco Rodolfo Di Tommaso University of Bologna, Italy
Sabine Dörry Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research, Luxembourg
Gary Dymski Leeds University Business School, UK
Ewald Engelen University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
Edward Granter University of Birmingham, UK
Prof Jakob Kapeller University Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Joonkoo Lee Hanyang University, South Korea
Helena Lenihan University of Limerick, Ireland
Özgür Orhangazi Kadir Has University, Turkey
Florance Palpacuer University of Montpellier, France
Hao Qi Renmin University of China, Beijing
Padmashree Sampath Harvard University, USA
Cornelia Staritz University of Vienna, Austria
Phil Tomlinson University of Bath, UK
Natascha van der Zwan Leiden University, Netherlands
Rachel Weber University of Illinois Chicago
Book Review Editor
Dr Ulrike Lepont Sciences Po, France
Advisory Board
Richard Appelbaum University of California Santa Barbara, USA
Robert Boyer CEPREMAP, France
Martin Carnoy Vida Jacks Professor of Education and Economics, Stanford University, USA
Manuel Castells Professeur Emerite de Sociologie, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Edward K Y Chen Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Peter Dicken University of Manchester, UK
Yves L Doz INSEAD, France
Julie Froud Manchester Business School, UK
Gary Gereffi Duke University, USA
Anthony Giddens London School of Economics, UK
Gary Hamilton University of Washington, USA
Jeffrey Henderson University of Bristol, UK
Saskia Sassen Columbia University, USA
Allen J Scott University of California Los Angeles, USA
Barbara Stallings Brown University, USA
Ivan Szelenyi New York University, Abu Dhabi, USA
Robert Wade London School of Economics, UK
Richard Whitley Manchester Business School, UK
Karel Williams Manchester Business School, UK
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