FIIB Business Review is a double blind peer review quarterly management journal published by FIIB since 2011. The journal is an exercise to act as a bridge between academia and management practitioners by regularly bringing out new innovations in the field of management from across the world. It seeks to build a knowledge network of management academicians, policy makers and practitioners by establishing a dialogue through articles that provide insightful perspectives on emerging managerial themes, management research of value to professional managers and academics, and management cases on contemporary managerial issues.
The editorial objective of the FBR is to be the most preferred management journal which promotes applied research in emergent themes that improves the practice of management. The journal covers not only various themes of management but also covers public policy, governance, digital media, and other allied disciplines.
FBR publishes original papers in its various sections:
Perspectives: Authored by practicing managers, this section presents emerging issues and ideas that call for action or rethinking by managers, administrators and policy makers
Research: Authored by faculty of business schools, these articles include empirical research and concept studies in emerging trends
Case: Case study and analyses of issues, companies, departments and special initiatives by academicians and practitioners
Review: Reviews of recently published books, websites and national/international level management conferences by doctoral students, faculty and practitioners
FIIB Business Review is a management focused, inter-disciplinary, peer-reviewed journal from the Fortune Institute of International Business (FIIB) New Delhi. FBR seeks to build a knowledge network of management academicians, policy makers and practitioners by establishing a dialogue through mixed publication basket that provide insightful perspectives on emerging managerial themes, management research of value to professional managers and academics, and management cases on contemporary managerial issues. Our aim is to: (1) Promote applied research in emergent themes that improve the practice of management; and (2) Serve as a vehicle of communication, between those who study management and those who practice it, by publishing articles that are both research-based and practice-based.
FBR is published quarterly, and in every issue, FBR features the following sections: Research Section (conceptual and empirical research by scholars), Perspective Section (Viewpoint on contemporary and emerging aspects in the management field), Business Case Section (case on a specific problem or solution or story of business success or failure), and Review Section (review of any book, conference review, website review, review on a journal in management themes).
|Radhika Shrivastave||Fortune Institute of International Business, New Delhi, India|
|John Joseph Puthenkalam||Trustee, Global Academic Affairs, Sophia University, Tokyo, Japan|
|Vikas Anand||Associate Professor, Sam M. Walton College of Business, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, USA|
|Manish Kheterpal||Managing Partner, WaterBridge Ventures, New Delhi, India|
|Anil Kumar Sinha||Director, Fortune Institute of International Business, New Delhi, India|
|Arvind Ashta||Professor, University Bourgogne Franche-Comté, Burgundy School of Business – CEREN, Dijon, France|
|P Satish||Executive Director, Sa-Dhan - The Association of Community Development Finance Institutions, New Delhi, India|
|Devashish Saxena||Group Vice President, Global e-commerce and Multichannel Convergence, Rexel, France|
|Mehmood Khan||Global Leader, Unilever Innovation Process, London (Retd.) and Social Entrepreneur, India|
|Raj Aggarwal||Emeritus Sullivan Professor of International Business and Finance and Ex-Dean, University of Akron, USA|
|Craig C Julian||Senior Lecturer, School of Business and Tourism, Southern Cross University, Bilinga, QLD, Australia|
|Mona Chung||Faculty of Business and Law, Deakin University, Australia|
|Hussain G Rammal||Senior Lecturer, UTS Business School, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia|
|Elizabeth Rose||Professor, Leeds University Business School, University of Leeds, Leeds, UK|
|Shruti Chandra||Fortune Institute of International Business, New Delhi, India|
Submission Guidelines for FIIB Business Review
- Manuscript in MS Word format should be submitted via e-mail at email@example.com.
- The Journal adheres to a rigorous double-blind reviewing policy in which the identity of both the reviewer and author are always concealed from both parties.
- The first page of the manuscript should have the title of the paper, name of the author(s), organizational affiliation, complete mailing address, phone number, fax number and an organizational email address. The author name, affiliation, or any other information should not be indicated in the manuscript elsewhere.
- Second page of manuscript should have the abstract of not more than 200 words followed by 5-6 keywords.
- Tables and charts should have self-explanatory titles and numbered as referred to in the text. The sources, wherever necessary, should be mentioned at the bottom of the tables/charts/graphs.
- The last page of the manuscript must have a brief autobiographical sketch of all the authors in about 150 words for each author along with a recent passport size photograph.
- References should be arranged in alphabetical order using APA 6th edition guidelines (Please see http://www.apastyle.org for details).
- In-text citation should refer to the following style ( As per APA 6th edition):
- Single author: (Keller, 2003) or Keller (2003) stated that...
- Two authors: (Schumann & Neeley, 2005) or Schumann and Neeley (2005) propose that...
- Three or more authors: Castelli, Happé, Frith and Frith (2000) produced neuroscientific evidences (first instance); Castelli et al. (2000) highlighted... (thereafter)
- Two or more works with different authors: (Epley, Waytz & Cacioppo, 2009; Mitchell, Thompson, & Miles, 1996)
- Any images used should be in high resolution.
- Author(s) are responsible for any copyright violation, and should ensure the originality of the manuscript submitted by them.
- Editor has the right to accept or decline a manuscript.
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Perspectives The perspective paper must be an opinion based paper covering socio-cultural and economic issues, and their micro or macro level impact on business, society and economy. It should address important issues and challenges concerning businesses and public policy with socio-economic relevance. The word range should be between 3000-4000 words
Research The research paper must be based on original empirical research and emerging trends both in India and globally in themes such as management, economics, finance, marketing etc. It can be based on either primary or secondary research. The word range should be between 6000-8000 words
Case Case study and analysis of issues, companies, departments and special initiatives taken by academicians and practitioners. The word range should be between 3000-5000 words.
Book Review Reviews of recently published books on themes related to business and management. The word range should be between 1000-1500 words.
Website Review Review of websites in the pertinent area. The word range should be between 1000-1500 words.
Conference Review Review of a conference in a relevant field. The word range should be between 1000-1500 words.