Call for Papers

FiT Publishing is pleased to accept submissions of original research for publication consideration.

Sport Marketing Quarterly

Sport Marketing Quarterly (SMQ) is published in March, June, September, and December. The journal serves as an outlet for the dissemination of sport marketing information for both practicing professionals and academicians.

The SMQ journal is accepting original research submissions for publication consideration. Of primary interest is original marketing research with a focus on topics in the following areas: novel methodological approaches, socio-cultural marketing, sport- and greenwashing, environmental and sustainable behaviors of organizations, sponsors, fans, participants, diversity and inclusion topics, sport for development topics, Name Image Likeness (NIL), as well as active sport events and tourism. SMQ is also interested in any marketing-related studies focused on artificial intelligence, machine learning, and other emerging technologies.

Please read our SMQ Submission Guidelines. Papers can be submitted through our Scholastica portal. In addition, if you have an interest in serving as a special issue editor for SMQ, please send your topic proposals to Editor in Chief Bri Newland at

International Journal of Sport Finance

The International Journal of Sport Finance (IJSF) is published quarterly in February, May, August, and November. The journal serves as a high-level forum for the worldwide dissemination of current scholarly research in the areas of sport finance and economics. The main objective is to advance knowledge in these topic areas by publishing theoretical and empirical articles from a globally diversified and multidisciplinary perspective. IJSF aims to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas between academics and practitioners that informs best practices of sport industry executives and managers through the dissemination of translational research.

IJSF is accepting original empirical and theoretical submissions for publication consideration. Of primary interest is original research from sport finance and economics on topics related to the management and governance of international sport leagues, clubs, and organizations, sport-related public policy, gender equality in sport, sport participation, the organization and regulation of the sport industry, amateurism in collegiate athletics and Name Image and Likeness (NIL), sport facility and urban development, including economic impact of government subsidies for facility development and hosting sporting events, and financial challenges facing the sport business, including the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Please read our IJSF Article Submission Guidelines. Papers can be submitted through our Scholastica portal. You may direct inquiries about IJSF submissions to Executive Editor Jane Ruseski at

We welcome submissions to our peer reviewed journals. For additional guidance, review our Best Practices.

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