scholarly research-based journal in its field, JPSSM seeks to advance both the theory and practice of personal selling and sales management. It provides a forum for the exchange of the latest ideas and findings among educators, researchers, sales executives, trainers, and students. For more than 30 years JPSSM has offered its readers high-quality research and innovative conceptual work that spans an impressive array of topics-motivation, performance, evaluation, team selling, national account management, and more. In addition to feature articles by leaders in the field, the journal offers a widely used selling and sales management abstracts section, drawn from other top marketing journals. Emerging topics are addressed through periodic special issues devoted to such cutting-edge issues as CRM and sales force ethics.
Coverage: 1980-2009 (Vol. 1, No. 1 - Vol. 29, No. 4)
Moving Wall: 7 years (What is the moving wall?)
Subjects: Business, Business & Economics
Collections: Arts & Sciences X Collection, Business & Economics Collection, Business III Collection
Editors); Penny Dick, Igor Filatotchev, Maddy Janssens, Gerardo Patriotta, John Prescott, Riikka Sarala (Associate Editors); Garry Bruton, Andrew C. Corbett, Charles Dhanaraj, Davide Ravasi, André Spicer (Consulting Editors)
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