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Emerald is going from strength to strength. The Fulltext database is now available to over 700 institutions world wide, reaching a vast potential audience of undergraduates, postgraduates and faculty members in academia; as well as managers, senior executives and decision makers in corporations and professional practices. There are currently over 38,000 articles from 151 different journals available on Emerald, making it one of the most complete sources of management research in the world. Articles on Emerald Fulltext average 471,800* downloads per month between them, meaning that dissemination of papers in Emerald journals is second to none.
European Business Review is an important part of the Emerald success story. It is habitually in the top third of most accessed journals on the Emerald database and, in the year from September 2001 to September 2002, the articles within the journal archive were downloaded and read an astonishing 80,355 times*! This means that 220 people from all over the world are reading articles from EBR every single day of the year! What's more, this usage is growing. As Emerald expands into new markets and new subscriber offers, more academics and professional managers have access to this unique resource and are choosing Emerald journals to read and cite in their management research.
European Business Review remains uniquely focused on the European complexities of modern management and business. New European, incorporated into EBR, places those business complexities into the evolving political and social context that makes sense of them. The journal is, therefore, able to give a complete picture of European business at the opening of the twenty-first century.
Recent papers published in European Business Review include:
"The innovation challenges of proactive cannibalisation and discontinuous technology", David W. Cravens,Nigel F. Piercy and George S. Low.
"Economic performance in European telecommunications, 1978-1998: a comparative study", Thoralf Dassler, David Parker and David S. Saal.
Recent papers published in New European include:
"The eEuro: technology and monetary disuniion", David Birch.
"Jean-Marie Le Pen and the French Paradox", Sophie Masson.
* All figures courtesy of CatchWord, hosts of the Emerald Fulltext database.