Journal of Management, Spirituality and Religion (JMSR)
Since its first issue in 2004, JMSR has published some 500 scholarly papers – empirical and reflexive, theory development, case-studies and book reviews – the largest depository of current knowledge in this fast evolving scholarly field.
JMSR is proud to be the leading academic forum for disseminating work, for the development of theory and best practice, and for the exchange of ideas and debate in Management, Spirituality and Religion.
We serve three large communities: students and scholars of spirituality and religion pertaining to management and organizations; students and scholars in religious studies and practical theology relevant to work, managing and organizing; practioners in the field of spirituality and religion, including religious post holders and practising managers. We encompass, without prejudicing any belief or none, a multitute of interests and concerns. JMSR wishes to define the field through conceptual, theoretical and empirical understandings of MSR that include: interdiciplinary and multi methodological approaches – all spiritual and religious traditions – examining the relationship between MSR and society – critical, theological and philosophical relfections on MSR – metaphysical explanations of MSR.
Where can you read the journal
ISSN 14766086, 1942-258X
The journal is accessible at https://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/1942-258X
There are three options to read the journal:
- If your institution has a subscription access it via your institution library
- personal subscription.
- purchase an article.
(if it hasn’t, consider asking your library to subscribe).
For further information see subscriptions
The changing dichotomy between the sacred and the profane: a historical analysis of the Santiago de Compostela pilgrimage
by Véronique Cova, Julien Bousquet, Cylvie Claveau & Asim Qazi Shabir
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Peer review and ethical statements
As a peer-reviewed journal we publish high quality, original research. Our sole criterion is academic rigour and scientific merit. Submission is online via ScholarOne Manuscripts. All submissions are subject to initial appraisal by the Editors, and if found suitable for further consideration, forwarded to double blind peer review by independent, anonymous expert referees.
JMSR adheres to the ethical guideliens of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) of which it has been a member since 2010.
JMSR does not condone unreferenced replication of text, self-plagiarism included.
Prof. Kathryn Pavlovich, The University of Waikato, NZ
Dr. Nic Burton, Newcastle Business School, UK
Prof. Orneita Burton, Abilene Christian University, USA
Prof. James King, University of Alabama, USA
Dr. Cecile Rozuel, St. Paul University, Ottawa, Canada
Dr. Smita Singh, Auckland University of Technology, NZ
Prof. Nurit Zaidman, Ben-Gurion University, Israel
Dr. Charles Tackney, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
Dr. Gabor Kovács, Corvinus University Budapest, Hungary
Special Issues Editor
Prof. Shay Tzafrir, University of Haifa, Israel
Minh Hieu Thi Nguyen, Hanoi University, Vietnam
The Journal of Management, Spirituality & Religion is indexed and ranked by the following:
- Ulrich International Periodicals Directory
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- Religion Database
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- Atla Religion Database
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We are proud to be recipients of the sponsorship of The Sobey School of Business at St. Mary’s University, Canada for our annual best paper prize award.
We are proud to be recipients of the sponsorship of the Elisabeth-Bruyère School of Social Innovation & the Providence School of Transformative Leadership and Spirituality at St. Paul University, Canada, for our annual best innovative paper prize award.