Journal of Global Business and Technology
ISSN 1553-5495 (Print), ISSN 2616-2733 (Online), Listed with Scopus
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Fee Structure and Publication Model
For each accepted JGBAT Paper, there is an Article Processing Charge (APC) of $300 USD. The journal follows a continuous publication schedule. JGBAT is fully open access (OA).
All Editors, Reviewers, and Authors must comply with the following JGBAT Publication Ethics and Malpractice Statement:
Aims and Scope of the Journal
As an interdisciplinary refereed journal, the purpose of the Journal of Global Business and Technology (JGBAT) is to contribute to the advancement of knowledge related to the theory and practice of international business and technology management. Its primary goal is to present scholarly and managerially relevant articles on a wide variety of topics in international business and technology management to a broad audience in academia (educators, administrators, students), industry (business executives, consultants), as well as those involved in formulating and implementing public policy. The unique contribution of the journal is managerial policy and region-specific research.
Articles should be timely and relevant. Authors are required to provide guidelines, techniques, and suggestions for problem solving in international business and technology management. Case studies relating to specific organizations, products/services, and industries are also welcome. It is a prime objective of JGBAT to bridge the gap between theory and practice. To this end, articles should offer strong managerial insights to help in the development of action-oriented business programs and strategies.
Each manuscript is blind reviewed by at least 2 subject specialists selected for their expert knowledge as well as the Editor-in-Chief. The authors of each manuscript are provided with each reviewer’s completed Review Form which includes qualitative comments and suggestions. Revised manuscripts are reviewed by the original referees. Revised manuscripts include a detailed set of notes to each reviewer.
The refereeing process takes about 6-8 weeks from date of receipt of the article to communication of initial decision to the author. The Editor-in-Chief is always happy to discuss contributions before submission. The Editor-in-Chief reserves the right to make suggestions and/or modifications before publication. The Editor-in-Chief reserves the right to refuse any manuscripts, whether an invitation or otherwise.