Q. I submitted an article some months ago and have had no response so far. Could you please inform me as to the whereabouts of my work?
A. Please contact the editor via the journal information page. Links to the journal information pages are listed in the journal a-z index.
Q. I wish to offer a recently completed article to you for publication in one of your journals. Could you please advise which journal the article would be best suited to and the acceptable formats for submissions?
A. Please use the journal a-z index. Once you have decided which journal to target you should refer to the Author Guidelines on the journal information page for specific submission guidelines.
Q. Could you please forward contact details for an editor or author?
A. Editor contact details are available on the journal information page.
We do not have authors' permission to release their details. Please e-mail the Emerald Literati Network and we will pass your message to the author concerned.
Q. I have an article accepted for publication by one of your journals. I now find that I wish to revise the article in light of world events/recent research developments...
A. You should first contact the editor via the journal information page. As Emerald journal production is on a "right first time" basis, it is not normal to make material changes to an article once a journal issue has been submitted by the editor.
Q. I have received copies of my article and noticed an error. How can I rectify this?
A. Please contact the individual journal Publisher – details available via the journal information page.
Q. Could you please supply me with a features list, circulation figures and advertising rates?
A. None of our journals now take on-the-page advertising and these items are not prepared for any title.
Q. Can I order additional journal copies and/or offprints? How do I do this?
Q. My work is my intellectual asset – why should I sign over copyright to Emerald?
A. In common with other publishers, Emerald needs copyright to fulfil the various distribution arrangements for the journals and fulltext database and ensure maximum dissemination – including via Emerald's innovative partnership and licensing arrangements – and proper archiving of your work. Assigning copyright to Emerald means we will deal with permissions request for you (although we try to contact authors to make sure they are happy with the request) and will fight on your behalf if you are the victim of plagiarism. At the same time, we never seek to restrict your right to make use of your own work. Check out: