The last decade has seen far reaching economic changes that have transformed the emerging market economies (EMEs) of Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa (BRICS), Southeast Asia, Latin Americas, and Eastern Europe, into growth engines of today’s business world. These economies are moving beyond their traditional economic roles and are competing and vying for their place in the global economic system vis-à-vis developed largely Western economies. Their unprecedented growth has brought forth several new paradigms which are fundamentally different from leading Western markets and economies and the development paths followed by them. Such fundamental structural differences warrant special attention and offer a fertile ground for academic research that contributes to our understanding of growth and business development and management behaviors. The Jindal Journal of Business Research (JJBR) aims at developing a better understanding of the transforming global business scenarios and management practices by creating a common forum for academicians, scholars, and practitioners from across the world.
Research topics are not restricted to, but could deal with the following issues:
- Financial Economics
- Finance & Accounting
- Strategic Management
- Human Resources Management
- Business & Technology
- Micro and Macro Organization Behavior
- Business Culture and Ethics
- Corporate Governance: Corporate Social Responsibility
- Public and Private, and Family Owned Enterprises
- Leadership and Innovation and Development
- Entrepreneurship and New Ventures
- Serving the Bottom of the Pyramid
- Business Models for Emerging Markets
- Marketing and Consumer Research
- Information Technology, and Digital Marketing
- Telecommunications, Mobile and Socio-Economic Change
- Supply Chain & Operations Management
- Rural Management
- Micro, Macro and Development Economics
We invite original research manuscripts in the field of management with the objective of extending existing management theories and bringing to forefront the application of existing theories in an innovative manner. Authors are encouraged to submit contributions on management topics which are applied in organizational or consumer-level studies in a global context. We welcome both theoretical and empirical papers with quantitative or qualitative research methods, as long as the studies are methodologically rigorous and are pertaining to concurrent issues in business and management. Case studies, executive insights, research notes, book reviews posited in a global research context are also welcome. Papers highlighting cross-cultural and comparative perspectives on business and management practices are especially encouraged.
Manuscripts should be submitted to the Founding Editor Prof. Sunanda Sangwan at email@example.com.