The Quarterly Review of Business Disciplines is a quarterly publication of the International Academy of Business Disciplines (IABD); a worldwide, non-profit organization established to foster and promote education in all of the functional and support disciplines of business. The objectives of QRBD and IABD are to stimulate learning and understanding and to exchange information, ideas, and research studies from around the world. The Academy provides a unique global forum for professionals and faculty in business, communications, and other social science fields to discuss and publish papers of common interest that overlap career, political, and national boundaries. QRBD and IABD create an environment to advance learning, teaching, and research, and the practice of all functional areas of business. Quarterly Review of Business Disciplines is published to promote cutting edge research in all of the functional areas of business.
The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Research (IJIR) encourages and supports scholarly work that focuses on research, interesting applications, and real-world phenomena that examine the nature of the interdisciplinary practice. The Journal interrogates the connections between disciplinary practices and fosters dialogue between the disciplines.
The editors of The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Research welcome interdisciplinary, transdisciplinary, and multidisciplinary work that includes qualitative, quantitative and triangulation of methodologies. Conceptual and theoretical-based papers that integrate across disciplines are especially welcome. The editors are committed to a fully peer-reviewed scholarly journal. All submitted articles will be reviewed based on the following criteria: importance and timeliness of subject matter, a clear statement of relevance to interdisciplinary research, insightfulness, and craft of the study, advancement or development of the theoretical process, and/or the development of new theory.
Journal of International Business Disciplines encourages and supports scholarly works that focus on theories, research, and applications regarding topics related to business and organizations including but not limited to: accounting, advertising, communication, economics, diversity, globalization, groups, teams, finance, human resources, information technology, leadership, management, marketing, operations, and organizational behavior/theory. The editors of Journal of International Business Disciplines welcome quantitative, qualitative, theoretical-based, and conceptual papers. The editors are committed to blind and fair review of all submitted articles based on the following criteria: importance and timeliness of the issue, clarity of purpose, compatibility of the purpose and the design of the study, soundness of the methodology, and readability and flow of the materials. Journal of International Business Disciplines encourages its reviewers to provide professional, constructive and timely feedback to the author (s) for continuous improvement in their current and future scholarly works.