Transitions, opportunities and challenges – Change and continuity at JPSM

Wendy L. Tate, Carmela Di Mauro, Steven Carnovale, Louise Knight

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Abstract

Purchasing and supply management (PSM) scholarship is experiencing a significant expansion across numerous academic institutions around the globe and is attracting more attention from policy-makers than ever before. After nearly three decades since its inception, the Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management (JPSM) has stayed true to its founding purpose of advancing and fostering cutting edge research in the PSM discipline, in its broadest sense, and has pursued its mission to be the journal of choice among PSM scholars. This editorial is both retrospective, and prospective: it marks the transition of JPSM's leadership team. Outgoing and incoming Editors together provide an overview of what has been achieved during the past six years, offer perspectives on the journal policies and on growth opportunities, and discuss some critical areas for the evolution of PSM research.
Original languageEnglish
Article number100755
JournalJournal of purchasing and supply management
Volume28
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2022

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