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European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology

Editor's statement

The European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology (EJWOP) is the official journal of the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology. EJWOP is published bimonthly by Routledge (Taylor & Francis Group).

The EJWOP mission is to promote and support the development of Work and Organizational Psychology by publishing high-quality, peer-reviewed, scientific articles that improve our understanding of phenomena that develop in work and organizational settings. Now with more and larger pages than ever before, the journal has a world-wide authorship, readership and editorial board. EJWOP supports the Memorandum of Understanding on fostering ethical, relevant and rigorous research and, along with other journals, allows the submission of reports where reviewers are initially blind to results.

EJWOP offers good service to the research community by giving authors constructive, high-quality and comprehensive feedback about their manuscripts in a reasonable period of time from submission (two months).

We are interested in publishing different types of high-quality empirical articles using quantitative or qualitative methods, meta-analyses and systematic reviews. Please note, we no longer publish purely theoretical, conceptual or narrative review papers unless by invitation. Purely theoretical, conceptual or narrative review papers should be submitted to our sister journal Organizational Psychology Review. More details on the types of paper we publish can be found in EJWOP’s 2016 editorial. A checklist for authors can be found here.

As a member of EAWOP, you can contribute to EJWOP’s improvement and growth by giving us feedback on the journal, reviewing manuscripts, or submitting a paper. We would like to count on your participation!

Thank you all very much indeed for your tireless effort, support, and time you put into making a better journal every day.

Kevin Daniels
Editor, European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology

 

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