Aims and Scope

The International Journal of Marketing and Social Policy is an interdisciplinary research journal whose aim is to promote progressive thoughts on marketing and social policy. The journal will publish manuscripts that make significant contributions to knowledge while offering practical suggestions that can be used by practitioners in the field. Manuscripts for publication in this journal are selected through blind peer-reviewed process.

Topics Covered

• Marketing of electronics and policies for electronic waste disposal
• Sustainability and quality of life
• Green marketing
• Marketing and politics
• The poor and marketing
• Ethics and marketing
• Higher education and marketing
• Marketing and gender issues
• Marketing of electronics and policies for electronic waste disposal
• Corporate Social Responsibility and marketing
• Redlining, social and policy implications
• E-commerce and their social implications
• Marketing on the Internet and their social implications
• Financial citizenship
• Marketing of financial institutions and their social consequences
• Social policy implications of green marketing
• Public and social policy implications of manufacturing generic drugs
• Public and social policy implications of marketing of infant formula in developing countries
• Marketing of for-profit educational institutions
• Marketing of healthcare institutions

Submission Process

• All manuscripts must be sent to

Editor in-Chief Biography

Prof. Paul Sergius Koku

Prof. Serigus Koku is a tenured full professor at the Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Florida, USA. He holds the JD (Juris doctorate) from the University of Miami School of Law, Ph.D. (Finance and Marketing), MBA (Finance), and MA (Applied Economics), all from Rutgers University, MBA (Marketing) from Oregon State University, and BA Finance (Summa Cum Laude) from University of the Virgin Islands. Prof. Koku is a well-known interdisciplinary researcher.

Editorial Board

Dr. Nalin Abeysekera, Open University, Sri Lanka
Associate Professor Enrique P. Becerra, Texas State University, USA
Dr AnnukkaJyrämä, Aalto University School of Business, Finland
Dr. Sami Kajalo, Aalto University School of Business, Finland
Assistant Professor Micah P. Murphy, Eastern Michigan University, USA
Prof. A. Ben Oumlil, Ancell School of Business, USA
Assistant Professor Maria Petrescu, Nova Southeastern University, USA
Professor Janek Ratnatunga, Institute of CMA, Australia
Dr. SupathanishTermsnguanwong, Payap University Chiang Mai, Thailand
Dr. John Gironda, Nova Southeastern University, USA
Associate Professor Selima Ben Mrad, Huizenga College of Business Nova Southeatern Univesity, USA
Prof. Kaabachi Souheila, European Business School Paris, France

Author Guidelines

• Manuscripts submitted for publication consideration should not have been published or simultaneously under review for publication elsewhere.
• Papers published previously in conference proceedings should be submitted only if they have been completely or significantly (i.e. more than 50% of the original) rewritten.
• All manuscripts must conform to the APA guidelines.
• No manuscript must exceed 35 pages including references, Tables and appendices.
• All manuscripts will go through a double-blind peer-reviewed process.
• All authors must declare that they have read and agreed with the content of the submitted manuscript and there is no conflict of interest.