Editor-in-Chief Search Committee Report: The Digital Future Is Now

Rangaswamy, Arvind; Cochran, James J.; Erdem, T´┐Żlin; Hauser, John R.; Meyer, Robert J.
January 2008
Marketing Science;Jan/Feb2008, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p1
Academic Journal
The article discusses various issues of interest to the readers of the journal. The Editorial Search Committee has recommended to the INFORMS Publications Committee that Eric T. Bradlow be appointed as editor in chief for a term of three years starting January 1, 2008. It offers information on the accomplishments of the journal under the editorship of Steven M. Shugan, including the increase in the number of new manuscript submissions from 124 to 350 in 2007 and the inclusion of the journal in the "Financial Times" list of top 40 business journals. It also attempts to demystify the search process used by the committee for positions such as the editor in chief. Information is also provided on the electronic publication process employed by INFORMS.


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