The Business and Management Quarterly Review (BMQR) (e-journal) strives to comply with highest research standards and scientific/research/practice journals' qualities. The BMQR welcomes contributors from an empirical and/or conceptual point of view that are solicited that address these issues (but are not limited);

Art and Design Management
Medical Management
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Security Management
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Town Planning Management
Broadcasting and Media Operations
Business Operations
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Computer Science Studies
Hotel & Travel Management
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Education Management
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Islamic Business/Muamalat/Islamic Banking Operations
Marketing Studies
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Halal Business and Management
Small & Medium Enterprise Operations
Human Resource Management
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Strategic Management
Telecommunication Management
Total Quality Management
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Operations Management
Transport and Logistics Operations
Green Management
Research Methodology

Any other interdisciplinary research relevant to business, management, computer science, transport and logistics, occupational safety and health, humanities and quality of life

Acceptance rate: 15%

Business and Management Quarterly Review (BMQR) is indexed and abstracted in: Cabell's Directory (Management), Ulrichs, Scirus, Danish Register of Scientific Journals, Norwegian Register of Scientific Journals and Google

Target Market (for both authors and readers):

Management academics, researchers and professionals worldwide

Business owners and managers
CEOs' president or chairmen
Managing directors and executives
General managers

Call for reviewers

BMQR would like to invite interested professionals to contribute as a reviewer. We normally encourage professionals with at least PhD, and if you are interested, please send an e-mail attaching your latest CV to

Author Guidelines

As a step to follow the high quality and success of Emerald, Business & Management Quarterly Review (BMQR) follows the standards of Emerald journals for paper submission guidelines, which are;

Papers should be submitted via

As a guide:

1. Articles should be between 4000-6000 words in length
2. A title of not more than ten words should provided
3. A brief autobiographical note should be supplied including:

Full name, affiliation, email address, full international contact details, and brief professional biography

4. Maximum length is 200 words in total. In addition provide up to five keywords which encapsulate the principal topics of the paper and categorize your paper under one of these classifications:

Research paper, technical paper, conceptual paper, literature paper, and general view.

5. Tables should be typed and included as part of the manuscript. They should not be submitted as graphic elements. 6. References to other publications must be in Harvard style and carefully checked for completeness, accuracy and consistency.

You should cite publications in the text: (Noraini, 2008) using the first named authors' name or (Noraini and Ahmad, 2009) citing both names of two, or (Noraini et al., 2009) where there are three or more authors. At the end of the paper a reference list in alphabetical order should be supplied:

For books, e.g. Zakaria, H. (2009), Business Management, University Publication Centre, Selangor.

For journals, e.g. Zakaria, H. and Karem, A. (2007), "Intranet usage in port industry", Business & Management Quarterly Review, Vol. 12 No. 3, pp. 67-88.

Review Process

Papers are initially reviewed by the editors to make sure they meet journal's scope, they will be sent our for blind review process. Although we strive to provide the review result as soon as possible, it might normally take up to 3-6 months for the review.

Submission Fee

There is no submission fee charged


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Vol.6 No. 1, 2015

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By: Masudul Alam Choudhury, Oman

Article 2: Moderating role of organizational orientation in determining the relationship among Islamic work ethics, job performance and organizational commitment: A case study of Islamic microfinance institutions
By: Fehmeeda Rafique, Shaheer Rizwi, Aroob Jamil, and Madiha Latif, Pakistan

Article 3: Application of Ar-Rahn (Islamic Pawn Broking) safekeeping fee and its loan margin: A case of Ar-Rahn operators in banking and cooperative institutions
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Article 4: Combating climax changes via green marketing
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Article 5: The implementation of elevator operation system and fire emergency in Malaysia
By: Muhammad Shakirin Roslan, Malaysia

Vol.5 No. 3/4, 2014

Article 1: Career development of older workers in developing countries: Evidence from banking sector of Pakistan
By: Saira Yousaf and Madiha Latif, Pakistan

Article 2: Teaching the writing of literature review using a Two-Stage Linear Model
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Article 3: Professional development of Australia's managers: Popularity and perceptions of leadership development initiatives
By: Paul J Davis, Republic of Kazakhstan

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Article 5: Customer satisfaction on waiting time: The front line service counters of retail banking
By: Hadijah Iberahim, Abdullah Salleh and Che'Sarina Che' Din, Malaysia

Vol. 5. No.2, 2014

Article 1: Convergent excellent: An intelligent approach
By: Goyal V.K, Rohila Sundeep and Joshi Deepika Sagta, India

Article 2: Consumer sensitivity towards green marketing in India
By: Zia ul Haq, India

Article 3: Operational efficiencies, organics board objectives and firm values: A multidimensional corporate governance strategic approach
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Article 4: A critical appraisal for the application of wadi'ah for traditional familiy takaful products
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