Emerald’s Strategy publishing focuses on championing fresh thinking with the potential to reshape research and practice.

Our experienced publishing team work with thought leaders and rising stars from institutions worldwide to produce monographs, book series, and research serials that set the research agenda, and give the very best scholarship reach beyond the academy.

Our Strategy list is growing. Our newest signings include monographs and professional texts on 21st century corporate citizenship, designing creative organizations, creative social change, uncertainty and strategic decision-making, shaping social enterprise, and tribal wisdom for business ethics.


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Recently Published

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Meet the Team

Interested in writing for us? Please contact one of our team who are on hand and happy to answer any questions or discuss your project with you.

Charlotte Maiorana
VP, Emerald Books
General and Professional Business, General Social Science, Library Studies

Niall Kennedy
Books Commissioning Lead, Business, Management, and Economics
HRM, International Business, Marketing, Organizational Behaviour, Tourism