The Journal of Business & Retail Management Research (JBRMR) is proud to have a growing international reputation as a scholarly journal. It sets out to ensure that academics from across the world have a credible vehicle for disseminating their research papers. Those seeking fresh and original articles, particularly in relation to the retail sector will find the journal an invaluable resource. The JBRMR is published four times a year and is a journal of the Academy of the Business and Retail Management (ABRM).
The Editors and Editorial Board of the JBRMR are committed to championing original academic papers that demonstrate method, academic rigor and integrity. Such a journal has a small, yet significant role in helping to enrich a wider understanding of a raft of issues of a macro and micro economic nature, and specialises in business and retail management. The JBRMR is already proving to be a respected platform for scholarly endeavour and as such welcomes your interest. No one continent or academic or business tradition has a monopoly on insight into business and retail management research, and thus a conscious effort is made to ensure JBRMR gives a truly global perspective.
Mission Statement of the Journal
The mission of this journal is primarily to publish empirical research that tests, extends or builds retail business management theory and contributes to retail management practice. All empirical methods including qualitative, quantitative, field and combination methods are welcome. In addition, we also accept research that is theoretical, conceptual and case study focused. In order to be published in JBRMR, a manuscript must make strong experiential and theoretical contributions and highlight the significance of those contributions to the retail management field. Thus, preference is given to submissions that test, extend or build strong empirical and theoretical frameworks while critically examining issues with high importance for retail business management theory and practice.
Journal Aim (s) & Objectives
The aim of the journal is to disseminate knowledge; provide a learned reference in the field; and provide meaningful insights into an everchanging sector.
The first objective of the Journal is to attract and publish robust theoretical, conceptual, and empirical manuscripts from international academics and professionals regarding a wide range of contemporary issues in business and retail management.
Secondly, the be a means to provide meaningful insight and contribute to the body of knowledge and understanding about the theory and practice about retail business management.
Readership of this Journal
The readership for this journal includes academics, researchers, policy makers, executives and practitioners engaged in business and retailing.