Current and emerging business management ideas
Rutgers Business Review connects novel and relevant ideas about business topics from those who study business to those who practice management. Started in 2016, Rutgers Business Review is the preeminent scholarly publication representing Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey – founded 1766.
ISSN 2474-6509 (online)
ISSN 2474-2376 (print)
Rutgers Business Review is indexed in SCOPUS and included in the ABDC journals list.
S. Tamer Cavusgil, Fuller E. Callaway Professorial Chair, Georgia State University
Thomas T. Stallkamp, Former Vice-Chairman and President, DaimlerChrysler Corporation
Sengun (Shen) Yeniyurt, Dean’s Research Professor, Rutgers University
Ted Baker, Rutgers University
Ivan Brick, Rutgers University
John Cantwell, Rutgers University
Chan Choi, Rutgers University
Farok J. Contractor, Rutgers University
Morris Davis, Rutgers University
Cüneyt Evirgen, Sabanci University
Susan L. Golicic, Colorado State University
Kamel Jedidi, Columbia University
Michael N. Katehakis, Rutgers University
Simi Kedia, Rutgers University
Douglas M. Lambert, Ohio State University
Farrokh Langdana, Rutgers University
Sharan Jagpal, Rutgers University
Naresh K. Malhotra, Georgia Institute of Technology
Ben Melamed, Rutgers University
Peter Moizer, Leeds University
Darius Palia, Rutgers University
John R. Riesenberger, Consilium Partners
Dale Rogers, Arizona State University
Bharat Sarath, Rutgers University
Joseph Schaffer, Rutgers University
Sridhar Seshadri, Indian School of Business
Zuo-Jun (Max) Shen, University of California, Berkeley
Barbara Stöttinger, Vienna University of Economics and Business
Miklos Vasarhelyi, Rutgers University
Marie Wilson, University of South Australia
Arash Azadegan, Rutgers University
Vasiliki Bamiatzi, University of Sussex
Konstantinos Bozos, Leeds University
Steven Carnovale, Rochester Institute of Technology
Weiwei Chen, Rutgers University
Valentin Dimitrov, Rutgers University
Wayne Eastman, Rutgers University
Susan Freeman, University of South Australia
Ajai Gaur, Rutgers University
Umit Gurun, University of Texas, Dallas
Daekwan Kim, Florida State University
Ahmet Kirca, Michigan State University
Richard Lee, University of South Australia
Rudi Leuschner, Rutgers University
Kevin Lyons, Rutgers University
Anubha Mishra, Rider University
Artem Prokhorov, The University of Sydney
Jeffrey Robinson, Rutgers University
Ben Sopranzetti, Rutgers University
Can Uslay, Rutgers University
Jim Winder, Rutgers University
Goksel Yalcinkaya, University of New Hampshire
Yao Zhao, Rutgers University
Ying Zhu, University of South Australia
Rutgers Business Review (RBR) publishes novel and original work that deals with current and emerging business problems and provides perspectives, frameworks, and solutions that can be implemented by the business practice. While the content has to be original and at a high level of academic rigor, the language and tone used in the journal will be managerial, free of academic jargon and grounded in real-world practices, utilizing current executive terminology and illustrative examples. RBR publishes peer reviewed articles, short notes, commentaries, and case studies as well as interviews with leaders from the business world. The most important criteria for publication in RBR is the practical relevance of the topic and the contributions of the manuscript to business management practices. RBR accepts submissions from all business fields including, but not limited to accounting, business analytics, finance, information systems, international business, managerial economics, marketing, organization management, strategy, and supply chain management.
RBR utilizes the double blind peer review process. Each submission is assigned to an Editor or Associate Editor, stripped of all author identifying information and sent to reviewers that are experts in the particular domain. Based on reviewer comments and Associate Editor recommendations, Editors-in-Chief make the final decision. The review process is intended to be objective and quick, with majority of decisions rendered after only one round of review. Authors should expect a clear decision (acceptance /conditional acceptance/ rejection) within 8 weeks of the submission
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