CALL FOR PAPERS
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
Town Planning Management
Broadcasting and Media Operations
Business Information Technology
Computer Science Studies
Hotel & Travel Management
Finance and Risk Management
Insurance & Takaful Operations
Islamic Business/Muamalat/Islamic Banking Operations
Halal Business and Management
Small & Medium Enterprise Operations
Human Resource Management
Total Quality Management
Transport and Logistics Operations
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
Call for reviewers
Papers should be submitted via firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
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.
There is no submission fee charged
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Monday, July 10, 2017
Vol. 8, Issue. 2, 2017
By: Juliana Mohd Abdul Kadir, Mohamed Aslam and Zarinah Yusof, Malaysia
Article 2: Making the private hospitals accountable in Malaysia: Complexity and compliance
By: Lee, Kwee-Heng, Raja Noriza Raja Ariffin, and Nik Rosnah Wan Abdullah, Malaysia
Article 3: Assessing Theory of Planned Behavior and Knowledge Sharing Behavior using Partial Least Square
By: Zaidi Mohd Aminuddin, Nini Hartini Asnawi and Ayu Rohaidah Ghazali, Malaysia
Article 4: Examining the antecedents of relational behaviors and their effect on knowledge sharing
By: Farah Syazreena Azmi and Norfadzilah Abdul Razak, Malaysia
Article 5: Investigating price control and anti-profiteering regulation: Tackling the GST pricing issue
By: Siaw Yan-Li, Malaysia
Article 6: The implementation of quality management in private and public hospitals in Iran
By: Marieh Akhavan Gooran and John Chandler, United Kingdom
Article 7: The relationship of effective communication and job performance among private television workers
By: Nurul Atiqah Mohd Azlan, Jalilah Jaafar Sidek, Raja Nadiah Raja Ahmad, Nurul Hanani Omar and Syahira Safuan Wong, Malaysia
Article 8: Street turn strategy: Road haulage perception toward it's implementation in Malaysia
By: Nur Farizan Tarudin, Rusalbiah Che Mamat, Azlin Abdul Latif, and Muhammad Izwan Mohd Badrillah, Malaysia
Article 9: Enhancing Islamic micro-finance accountability via community currency
By: Intan Salwani Mohamed, and Nabilah Rozzani, Malaysia