International Journal of Operations and Quantitative Management

IJOQM (ISSN 1082-1910) started in 1995 and is published quarterly, double-blind refereed journal. The journal provides a forum for discussion of advancements in Operations Management, Operations Research, Quantitative Management and Management Science.

International Journal of Empirical Management

The International Journal of Empirical Management (IJEM) is the flagship journal of International Forum of Management Scholars (INFOMS). Its main objective is to disseminate empirical and applied research in all areas of management and business. We invite high quality original research articles that significantly contribute to empirical research in accounting, marketing, finance, organizational behaviour, human resource management, MIS, quantitative methods, operations management, economics, entrepreneurship, business ethics and strategy. The IJEM is a double-blind refereed journal.

The journal particularly welcomes articles dealing with global issues, practical experiences, pedagogical aspects including case research, developments in emerging nations, and other non-traditional and innovative areas.