Aims and scope

Business, Economy and Development journal seeks to promote an understanding of the phenomena of development from a combined business and economy perspective. The journal consciously endeavours to combine scholarly perspectives relevant to academic research and policy issues relating to development. In this connection, we use the term development broadly - to include scholarship drawing on business and economy perspective in the context of developed and developing countries on a micro or macro level.

We are also accepting research articles the focuses on one country, but provide a generalisation that can be used in similar empirical context. We welcome in-depth studies that are used to validate or extend existing theories and models.

The journal is eclectic as to research method and we accept quantitative, qualitative or mixed methods research. However, it is expected the submitted manuscript to be based on studies that use modern theoretical and empirical approaches.

Occasional conference proceedings and special issues are also published.