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Rewiew of Contemporary Business ResearchSSN: 2333-6412 (Print Version)

ISSN: 2333-6420 (Electronic Version)

Frequency: Semi-annually (2 issues per year)

Nature: Print and Online

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Language of Publication: English

Review of Contemporary Business Research is an international journal concerned with the contemporary operation of business systems and enterprises. Its primary purpose is to make available the findings of advanced research, empirical and conceptual, into matters of global significance, such as corporate organization and growth, multinational enterprise, business efficiency, entrepreneurship, technological change, finance, marketing, human resource management, professionalization and business culture.

Review of Contemporary Business Research seeks to become a forum that stimulates the engagement between academics and practitioners interested in research in the area of contemporary business practices. This journal also features non-research materials, such as literature reviews and interviews with key figures. It disseminates current and relevant findings from worldwide business research. All research articles in this journal are rigorously peer reviewed, based on initial editor screening and anonymized reviewing by at least two referees.

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