The International Journal of Business and Public Administration (IJBPA- ISSN1547-4844) is published (since 2004) by the Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines. The IJBPA is a peer-reviewed journal. Articles published in the journal are included in the worldwide databases of EBSCO and Gale/Cengage learning.
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The aim of this journal is to publish original (theoretical, empirical, or applied) research articles that will contribute significantly to the business and public administration Disciplines. Papers are selected based on a double-blind peer review process. Manuscripts will be judged on their contents, originality, soundness of analysis, writing style, presentation, structure, and contribution to the literature. Papers published in a conference proceedings cannot be considered for publication in the journal. Articles will be checked for originality using Unplag detection service (Unplag.com). Information concerning manuscript submission, journal guidelines, and editorial policy are posted on this website. For information concerning subscription or membership, email the IABPAD Administration at firstname.lastname@example.org
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International Journal of Business and Public Administration
Abdalla Hagen, Editor
Wiley College, Marshall, Texas
Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Grambling State University
Pamela S. Evers
University of North Carolina Wilmington
Nancy L. Huyck
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
University of Nevada
Andrew I. E. Ewoh
Kennesaw State University
Troy University Global Campus
Hennie van Bulck
University of South Carolina Sumter
Aalborg University, Denmark