Journal of Economic and Business Studies (JEBS) is a double-blind refereed open access journal that aims to further the research and disseminate research results in the area of applied business and micro/macro economic studies, including various fields of economic research, bank and financial management, business. The journal covers scholarly articles in the fields of Economics and Business, which include, but not limited to, Business, Business Law, entrepreneurship, behavioral and health economics, government taxation and regulations, Economics (Micro and Macro), Finance, Management, Marketing, financial markets, International Economics, Investment (including FDI), and Economic Development.
The vision is to encourage the Research fraternity to share their knowledge and publish the work online, thereby bringing out a harmony among the research community. This Journal will be launched with the sole aim of serving the knowledge community involved in Research.
The journal general scope is to stimulate, promote and disseminate contemporary research that will have a significant impact on the theoretical and practical aspects of Economics, Public Organizations and Business. Academics, Policymakers, and researchers are open to submit their manuscript at any time. Papers that deal with the relation between the financial structure of firms and the industrial structure of the product market are especially encouraged.
All papers are double-blind refereed. Authors should expect to receive two referee reports from reviewer and a letter of recommendation from one of the Journal's editors.
Benefits to authors
We provide many author benefits, such as free PDFs, a liberal copyright policy, special discounts on pubtexto publications and help readers to connect with potential collaborators and correspondents with a platform to publish their research work and update the recent advances.
Aim and Scope
The Journal's broad scope and developmental editorial policies create accessible, thought-provoking content for the general academic business community.