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Emerald in...Namibia

Emerald is proud to be working with our friends and customers in Namibia.

Emerald has been an important partner for Namibia researchers, librarians and students for many years, and is proud to have a total of 30 authors and 5 advisors and editors from a broad range of institutions.

Image: Map. We have published research from a wide range of fields such as health and social care, environmental management, marketing, economics and many more. We are constantly listening to our customers and improving our products and services to ensure they get the best possible offering from us.

We are delighted, therefore, to provide you with this page dedicated to Emerald support in Namibia. Not only will you be able to find user guides and usage materials, we are also providing you with the top research in Namibia which you might not be aware of.

If you need any help, please contact the team and we’ll be happy to help

You can view our list of subscribing institutions in Namibia here.

If you need any help, please contact the team and we’ll be happy to assist.


Useful information

We want to help you make the most of our content. Our welcome pack and user guides will help you to do just that. If you have any questions, please contact the team who will be happy to help.


Marketing material

Everything you need to help promote Emerald at your institution included dedicated subject usage posters. If there is something you need but you can’t find it here, please contact the team who will be happy to help create something.

Your institution has access to:


Ones to watch!

These 5 articles are the ones to watch – they are free until the end of April.

  1. Unemployment in Africa: How appropriate is the global definition and measurement for policy purpose
  2. IT diffusion in Sub‐Saharan Africa: implications for developing and managing digital libraries
  3. Recent developments in interlending and document supply with a focus on the South African situation
  4. Structural change, employment and education in four countries in Sub-Saharan Africa
  5. Quality management practices in SMEs: a comparative study between India and Namibia

Top 10 articles in Namibia in 2018

The articles below were the top 10 most downloaded in Namibia in 2018.

  1. A bottleneck analysis in the IFRC supply chain
  2. Maximizing the hospitality management student work placement experience: a case study
  3. The creative role of sources of inspiration in clothing design
  4. The role of knowledge management in innovation
  5. The influences of tourism awareness on the travel patterns and career choices of high school students in South Africa
  6. Developing Directors: Building an Effective Boardroom Team
  7. College courses in ethics: do they really make a difference?
  8. Condition‐based maintenance: tools and decision making
  9. Building maintenance strategy: a new management approach
  10. Strategic decision making in industrial procurement: implications for buying decision approaches and buyer‐seller relationships

Calls for papers

Do you want to publish with Emerald? Whether you want to publish a journal article, a case study, a book chapter, visit our Writing for Emerald section to find out how we can help you fulfil your ambition.

Listed below is a selection of our calls for papers that are closing soon, to see the full list click here.


Contact your Emerald Team!

For any questions or queries you have about your subscription or accessing content, please don’t hesitate to contact your Emerald team:

Image: Sibu Zondi.Sibu Zondi
Regional Manager
Email
Tel: +27 (0)11 502 1620


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Business Manager
Email
Tel: +27 (0)11 502 1620


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Account Management Executive
Email
Tel: 27 (0)11 502 1620


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Marketing Manager
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Tel: +44 (0)1274 785031

For support queries, please contact [email protected]