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Aim and Scope

The scope of the journal is to expand the horizon of management research by publishing articles based on different perspectives using a variety of methodological approaches in conceptual, empirical and policy-oriented researches and exploring underlying phenomenon that would not only drive future researches but also provide solutions to the managerial problems and dilemmas.

The journal aims at publishing original research articles that explore various facets of management and provide new insights to resolve management issues on real time basis along with implications for the involved stakeholders.

The journal welcomes applied interdisciplinary research in the allied areas of management that provide unique insights to solve contemporary business issues. The specific aims of the journal are–

  • To establish an effective channel of communication amongst academic and research institutions, policy makers, government agencies, and persons concerned with the complex roles of business and globalisation.
  • To promote research in management science and stimulate discussions, deliberations and debates on different management science strategies, principles, models, methodologies, techniques, applications in the field of business, commerce and trade globally.
  • To serve as a generator of ideas that can be applied to problems of business and concerned economies in today's ever increasingly interdependent world.
  • To serve as a means of enlightenment and provide food for thought for business leaders, policy-makers, researchers and academicians all over the world.

Manuscripts that are suitable for publication in the Journal of General Management Research include the following areas but are not limited to-

  • Marketing Management
  • Financial Management
  • Organisational Behaviour & Human Resource Management
  • Economics & Econometrics
  • Operations & Production Management
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Information and Communication technology
  • IT and Analytics
  • Environmental Sustainability
  • Business Strategy and Policy
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Interdisciplinary and Allied areas of management