Emerald is happy to correct factually incorrect information, for example, a formula containing an error and typesetting mistakes; however, it is our policy not to correct typos or make changes to content that has already been accepted for publication.

It should be noted that all research articles are effectively a "snapshot" of research at a particular moment in time, and that they cannot be expected to be updated to reflect changes of circumstance or updated research. The affiliation and author name published on the article should also be the affiliation and author name at the time the research was conducted.

If you have spotted an error in your published article, please contact either the Content Editor or the Supplier Project Manager of the journal in the first instance. The contact details are located on the journal's information page, under the link to 'Editorial Team'. You can locate the journal's homepage in the journal a-z index.

Please remember to include the article DOI and journal name as this will enable us to respond to your request more quickly.