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E-Journal of Business & Economic Issues
The mission of the journal is devoted to the examination of issues related to business and economic problems in the global environment. The Journal also recognizes it's role in providing a forum for discussion of issues relevant to the minority business community. The journal will provide opportunities for business professors and professionals to explore, communicate and provide innovative approaches and new perspectives relevant for public and private decision making.
The Journal is distinguished from some other professional journals in that it does not emphasize methodological and theoretical elaboration for its own sake. The journal is devoted to issues that represent some of the most critical subjects in today's environment impacting business and economic practice and policy. The Journal publishes papers that are both practical, theoretical and policy oriented in the following fields:
Accounting, Business Law/Legal Environment, Economics, Electronic Business, Entrepreneurship, Finance, International Business, Management, Marketing, OM/MIS, Organizational Behavior, Public Administration, Supply Chain Management, and Taxation. The journal attempts to maintain high quality papers that are accepted as long as they represent advancement within the business fields indicated.
The E-Journal will be published 3 times a year during the Fall, Spring, and Summer, using a blind review process by our editorial board. We do not favor any one writing or editorial style over another. Click on the Call for Papers link for more detailed information.