August 21, 2008
Publish in the Journal of Asian Business
The Journal of Asian Business, published by the Center for International Business Education at the Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan, features research on business issues in Asian countries for business school, social science, and humanities scholars and business leaders.
With your expertise in the dynamic Asian market, you are uniquely positioned to submit to JAB your publishable research on South, Central, Northeast, and Southeast Asia in the areas of business, management, economics, political economy, economic and business history, development studies, or comparative and cross-cultural studies.
We will consider original manuscripts that are not being submitted elsewhere for publication, including academic research, case studies, commentary, research reports and notes, analyses, and book reviews. We are particularly looking for content on Southeast Asia, Korea, and Japan.
Consider these benefits of publishing in JAB:
• JAB is the only refereed academic journal in North America that focuses on Asian business for a broad audience of scholars, policy-makers, and practitioners.
• Your work will be published by a premier international business education institution, available to a readership of leading educational institutions throughout the United States and the world, and indexed in the leading business databases.
• JAB offers an efficient editorial process with quick turn-around time and a thorough peer review by a prestigious Editorial Advisory Board and other experts. We will work with you to assure that the quality of your finished piece will be of maximum benefit to the academic, business, and public policy communities.
Manuscript submission guidelines are available at www.umich.edu/~cibe/about/submission.html. We look forward to hearing from you. Please feel free to forward this request to your colleagues who may be interested in publishing in JAB.
Linda Lim, Editor, Journal of Asian Business
Center for International Business Education
Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan
Posted by zzhu at August 21, 2008 08:31 AM