The mission of the Corporate Management Review aims at developing new knowledge to fields of business and management by publishing research articles on managerial practices in work and organizational settings.

We are internationally oriented and welcome submissions rooted in empirical and theoretical research across all fields related to business and management including (but not restricted to):
Corporate social responsibility
Human resource management
International business
Organizational behavior

For contributors, the following two files should be submitted electronically by e-mail (

1. Title page with all authors’ names, affiliations, and e-mails.
2. Anonymous manuscript without any identifying information about authors.

Prepare manuscripts according to the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th edition). Submission fee or publication fee is NOT required.

Review Process

All papers submitted to Corporate Management Review undergo a rigorous editorial and double-blind peer review. Authors are requested not to put their name(s) in the manuscript. Each paper is reviewed firstly by Editors-in-Chief based on the journal's conceptual aspects and academic contribution potential. After the above requirements are confirmed, the paper is assigned to double-blind peer review by Editors-in-Chief. All editorial board members must keep a submitted manuscript in confidential without disclosing its relevant information to anyone.

During the review process, two reviewers are invited to give comments with a recommendation to accept, minor revision, major revision or reject. The reviewer who feels unqualified to review the assigned articles that he or she is unable to complete the review before the deadline are requested to inform Editors-in-Chief of these issues in a timely manner.

Based on the comments of the review process, the Editors-in-Chief make an editorial recommendation. If necessary, more reviewers are invited when the reviews differ widely. So a more comprehensive opinion is considered for making appropriate decision. All aspects of the review process are overseen by Editors-in-Chief, who execute the final editorial decisions. The decisions for accepting article for publication must be based on the validation of the work quality in question and its academic and practical implications.


All papers submitted to Corporate Management Review should be declared the current manuscript has not been published before or been under consideration for publication with another journal.

If a submitted paper is accepted for publication in Corporate Management Review, authors are required to submit a copyright form. This agreement with the transfer or license of the copyright to Corporate Management Review and authors retain significant rights to reuse and share their published paper.

Double-blind review policy

Corporate Management Review will accept submissions in double-blind review format only. Articles submitted should not be concurrently under consideration at another journal. Author names and affiliations should appear in a separate title page but not anywhere on the manuscript. Authors should do their level best to check that the manuscript itself contains no clues to their identities

Manuscript preparation

Prepare manuscripts according to the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th edition). Manuscripts may be copyedited for bias-free language. Below are examples concerning the preparation of abstract, keywords, references, etc.

Abstract and keywords

All manuscripts must have an abstract containing a maximum of 250 words. Up to five keywords or brief phrases should be provided after the abstract.

Tables and figures

Since tables and figures are considerably more expensive to prepare for publication than text, please carefully consider what they add to your manuscript’s impact. Please place each table or figure on a separate page after the reference section. Number tables and figures consecutively (one series for tables, one for figures) from the beginning to the end of the article. Indicate the position of each in the text as follows:
Insert Table 2 about here

Example references

It is necessary to summarize an alphabetically ordered list of the works you have cited in your article.
Journal Article:
 Tang, L. Y., and Hu, A. H. (1996). Development of a satisfaction model. Chiao Da Management Review,
  16(1), 55-74.
Authored Book:
 Rogers, T. T., and McClelland, J. L. (2004). Semantic cognition: A parallel distributed processing
Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.


Do not place acknowledgements into the manuscript in the blind review process. If authors wish to acknowledge the contribution of individuals or institutions that are not authors, they are welcome to do so by including the acknowledgements in the Title page.


The appendices elaborate lengthy but useful methodological details, such as explanations and presentations of the factor analysis of measures for survey instruments. Centered and bold-faced capital letters should be used in the title of each appendix.

Ethical principles

It is a violation of research ethics to publish articles based on the primary data that have been previously published. Authors are required to absolutely follow the standards of APA Ethical Principles. Authors are requested to have their data available throughout the editorial review process and for at least 5 years after the date of publication. Authors must confirm that they have complied with APA ethical standards in the treatment of all their sample subjects, and describe the details of treatment as ethical.

If you experience any problems, please contact:
Corporate Management Review
(ISSN: 1028-7310; Previously published as: Chiao Da Management Review)