Aims And Scope

The Journal of Business and Management Studies (JBMS) is a peer-reviewed academic journal dedicated to advancing research and knowledge in the fields of business and management. With an unwavering commitment to scholarly excellence, the journal serves as a vital platform for academics, researchers, and practitioners to disseminate cutting-edge research, foster intellectual dialogue, and contribute to the ever-evolving landscape of business studies.

Aim

The aim of the Journal of Business and Management Studies (JBMS) is to provide a platform for scholars, researchers, and practitioners to disseminate innovative and high-quality research in the field of business and management. The journal seeks to contribute to the advancement of knowledge by publishing original and insightful articles that address contemporary challenges, theoretical developments, and practical implications in the realm of business and management.

Scope

The scope of JBMS encompasses a broad range of topics within the field of business and management. The journal welcomes submissions in the following areas, but is not limited to:

  1. Business Strategy and Innovation:

    • Strategic management
    • Business model innovation
    • Competitive analysis
  2. Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management:

    • Employee motivation and engagement
    • Leadership and management styles
    • Diversity and inclusion in the workplace
  3. Marketing and Consumer Behavior:

    • Market analysis and segmentation
    • Brand management
    • Consumer decision-making
  4. Financial Management and Accounting:

    • Corporate finance
    • Financial reporting and analysis
    • Auditing and taxation
  5. Operations and Supply Chain Management:

    • Supply chain optimization
    • Logistics and distribution
    • Quality management
  6. Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management:

    • Start-up strategies
    • Innovation and entrepreneurship ecosystems
    • Small business growth and sustainability
  7. International Business and Cross-Cultural Management:

    • Globalization and its impacts
    • Cross-cultural management challenges
    • International business strategy
  8. Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility:

    • Business ethics
    • Socially responsible business practices
    • Corporate governance
  9. Information Technology and Business Intelligence:

    • Digital transformation
    • Big data analytics
    • Information systems management
  10. Public and Nonprofit Management:

    • Public administration
    • Nonprofit governance
    • Social entrepreneurship

JBMS encourages interdisciplinary and cross-functional research that integrates various perspectives to provide a comprehensive understanding of the complex issues facing businesses and organizations today. The journal is committed to maintaining high editorial standards and fostering a global academic community dedicated to advancing the field of business and management studies.