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Welcome to the Journal for Advancement of Marketing Education (JAME). Founded in 2001, JAME is a leading scholarly peer-reviewed journal crafted and read by marketing educators across the world.

JAME readers demand articles reflecting innovation and excellence in marketing education from an empirical perspective that will add value to their performance across all stages of the academic life cycle. JAME publishes innovative, thought-provoking manuscripts addressing existent and emerging trends and issues influencing marketing educators across a variety of academic settings. Examples include undergraduate, graduate, doctoral, and corporate education; delivery methods; learning methods; accreditation; scholarship; service; governance; professional development; and across single- and multi-country settings. JAME is an open access publication of the Marketing Management Association, and is indexed with Cabell’s Directory of Publishing Opportunities in Marketing, ABDC Journal Quality List, Scopus, EBSCO and Google Scholar. The 2014 Journal Impact Factor = 1.143, 5 year Impact Factor = 1.39. Acceptance rate is 15%.

Journal for Advancement of Marketing Education (JAME) publishes original empirical work addressing issues in the broad area of marketing education such as Pedagogy (e.g., instruction, delivery systems, and outcomes assessment) and Curriculum, Continuing Education, Governance and Accreditation, and Career Development.

Sending a Manuscript:

If you have a high quality paper you wish considered for publication, please submit your work in accordance with the submissions guidelines to Pallab Paul, Editor for JAME;

Manuscripts will be reviewed and feedback sent to the author(s) within four to eight weeks. After passing the desk review, it is forwarded to two reviewers for a formal review. All reviews are double-blind. All articles are shared copyright between the author(s) and the Journal for Advancement of Marketing Education which is published by the Marketing Management Association.

Submission Guidelines   Editorial Review Board

Pallab Paul

Pallab Paul