On November 2nd, we are happy to invite you to join our third talk in the new series of our emmaTalks to meet the editors of media management journals.
The talk presents the three most established journals of the field: International Journal on Media Management (IJMM), Journal of Media Economics (JME) and Journal of Media Business Studies (JOMBS), the latter being the flagship journal of emma. It also includes two more recently launched journals: Journal of Media Management and Entrepreneurship (JMME) and Nordic Journal of Media Management.
The panelists are Bozena I. Mierzejewska (IJMM), Michel Clement (JME), M. Bjørn von Rimscha (JOMBS), Paul Clemens Murschetz (JMME) and Datis Khajeheian (Nordic Journal of Media Management). All of these editors will present their journals and will welcome your questions. The emmaTalk provides an excellent opportunity to learn about the journals, their publication policies and procedures and how they are positioned in the young but vibrating media management community.
The talk will take place in Zoom Monday, November 2nd at 5pm (CET).
Registration is needed. Please register here.
Join and meet the editors!
Bozena I. Mierzejewska is an associate professor of communications and media management at the Gabelli School of Business, Fordham University, New York. She holds an MA in economics from Warsaw School of Economics in Poland and a PhD in management from the University of St. Gallen in Switzerland. Dr. Mierzejewska’s research and teaching focuses on media management and digitization, and its impact on media organizations and media workers. She is a recipient of the 2010 Sherman Teaching Award and the post-doctoral Marie Curie Fellowship. She is the Editor-in-Chief of JMM – The International Journal on Media Management, one of the leading academic publications in this area. She also serves on the editorial boards of the Journal of Media Economics, the Central European Journal of Communicationand The International Journal on the Book. She is an accomplished speaker and conference host and a devoted educator.
Michel Clement is Professor for Marketing and Media at the Institute for Marketing, Hamburg Business School, University of Hamburg, Germany. He is Dutch citizen. He is also director of the Research Center for Media and Communication at the University of Hamburg and Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Media Economics. Professor Clement holds a doctoral degree in marketing from the Christian-Albrechts-University at Kiel and worked three years in various management positions for Bertelsmann in the media industry. His research focus is on media management, new technologies, customer relationship management, and blood donation management.
M. Bjørn von Rimscha is Professor of Media Business and Head of the Communication Department at the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Germany. He holds a master from Free University Berlin, Germany and earned his doctorate at the University of Zurich, Switzerland. His research interest is in structural, organizational and individual drivers of (entertainment-) media production and advertising. His work has been published in communication journals (e.g. European Journal of Communication, Media Culture & Society) as well as in media business journals (e.g. International Journal on Media Management). He has served on the board of the European Media Management Association and the World Media Economics and Management Conference and he is associate editor of the Journal of Media Business Studies since 2016.
Paul Clemens Murschetz, Mag.Dr.habil., is a researcher in media economics and media management associated to University of Digital Sciences (UDS) Berlin. He lectures media management and digital business at various higher education institutions in Austria and Germany. He is Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Media Management and Entrepreneurship. He has published widely in journals such as the International Journal on Media Management, the European Journal of Communication, and ICA’s Communication Yearbook and is a frequent conference speaker (German Communication Association, World Media Economics Conference, European Media Management Association).
Datis Khajeheian is the Editor-in-Chief of Aalborg University’s Nordic Journal of Media Management. He is a faculty member in University of Tehran as well as a visiting lecturer in Aalborg University of Denmark. Datis’ main area of interest is media entrepreneurship. His PhD dissertation in University of Tehran and Post-doctorate project in Aalborg University were related to media entrepreneurship. Datis has many publications, including books, journal papers, essays and notes in Persian and English.
The talk will be moderated by Päivi Maijanen (emma Deputy President) and Miguel Crespo (emma Summer School Host).