Journal of Evolutionary Studies in Business accepts proposals for Special Issues.

Instructions to send Special Issue Proposals:

Guest editors interested in submitting Special Issue proposals should send the following to the journal email ( or to any of the editors in chief.

Special Issue proposals must contain:

A short description (500 words) of the theme, research questions, literature gaps, new research venues to be covered with the proposed special issue, and references.

Short bios (150 words) of the academic and scientific professional work of the guest editors and proposed authors.

A list of a minimum of 6 possible proposed articles including: title, name and academic affiliation of authors, short abstract (250 words).

A proposed calendar that considers at least two rounds of reviews and two rounds of revisions for each paper.

The editors of the journal will select those proposals that align with the research agenda of the journal and represent relevant contributions in the field of businesses analyzed in a dynamic perspective. If accepted, the guest editors will commit to writing a relevant state of the art of the theme studied in the special issue for the introduction, and to follow and take care of each stage of the reviewing and production process in coordination with the responsible assigned editor in chief.

All the submitted manuscripts will be anonymously peer-reviewed, following ethics code and peer-review policies of this journal. Final acceptance of submissions is, therefore, not guaranteed.