About the Journal

American Journal of Economics and Business Management (AJEBM) is a double-blind peer-reviewed, bi-monthly e-journal from the USA, with a strong Editorial Board and a tested rapid peer review system.

AJEBM intends to contribute to the development and deployment of knowledge on management, marketing, finance, economics, banking, accounting, human resources management, international business, hotel and tourism, entrepreneurship development, business ethics and public administration; thus feeding scholars, researchers, and practitioners with valuable new insights from theory and practice.

In the same line journal invites authors to submit:
original empirical papers in the case of  investigation  on specific questions using qualitative or quantitative techniques; conceptual framework and analytical and simulation models and outlining further research; epitomes and didactic articles on a specific issue of practical importance; case studies, empirical research, technical notes with SWOT analyses, PACE comparisons and other methods of analyses; review articles over the perspectives summarizing and evaluating the stock of theoretical and applied knowledge;  

American Journal of Economics and Business Management (AJEBM) is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes original, innovative, and novel works in different areas of study. This academic journal represents the intersection of economics as a scientific discipline and the professional analyses of business management. As the journal publishes on a bi-monthly policy, it collects qualified works from all over the world. In all the above cases, AJEBM encourages quality papers by researchers while making possible steps for further investigations as a whole. AJEBM’s quest for quality is reflected in the structure of the journal’s editorial board and the strong network of reviewers, which allows the peer-review process to be rigorous and constructive, helping advance research work.

Section of the journal
AJEBM covers a number of research areas, including, accounting, banking, business studies, cross-cultural studies, communication studies, corporate governance, development studies, economics, ethics, entrepreneurship development, education, finance, industrial relations, international relations, marketing, management, methodology, philosophy, political science, Human Resources (HR), population studies,  public administration, sociology,  service sector, tourism and other multidimensional research fields as a whole.