The Review of Business is a peer-reviewed journal first published in 1964. The Journal publishes original research articles in all academic fields of business, both theoretical and empirical, that will significantly contribute to the literature of business and allied disciplines.
The Journal advocates for research articles in imminent topics, such as sustainable development, technology related business issues, and topics that enrich the interdisciplinary understanding of business.
This Journal (ISNN 0034-6454) is on the Web of Science, Cabell's Whitelist, ProQuest (Global Collection), EBSCO (Business Source Primer), Gale (Academic One and Business Collection) and International Scientific Indexing (ISI). The journal is a signatory of the The San Francisco Declaration of Research Assessment (DORA).
The Journal is not a profit-making endeavor. It has no submission fee. It is supported by voluntary contributions and donors.
The Peter J. Tobin College of Business at St John’s University publishes the Journal in hard copy form in January and June.
Address inquires to the editor, Dr. Yun Zhu, at [email protected].
Please note that the Main Library of St. John’s University in New York maintains a complete archive of the Journal’s issues.
Fordham University, Bank of Finland, and University of Sydney
New York University, USA
University of Zurich, Swiss Finance Institute, KU Leuven, and CEPR
University of Cambridge, UK
National University of Singapore, Singapore
North Carolina State University, USA
Georgetown University, USA
Wayne State University, USA
University of Cape Town, South Africa
Durham University, UK
University of South Carolina, USA
Charles University, Prague
St. John's University, USA
University of Sydney, Australia
Security Exchange Commission, USA
National Chiao-Tung University, Taiwan
Bentley University, USA
UNSW Sydney, Australia
University of Siena, Italy
Steven W. Pottier
University of Georgia, USA
Bar Ilan, Israel
St. John's University, USA
Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, USA
Bank of Finland, Finland
University of Limoges, France
Temple University, USA
Rotterdam School of Management and CEPR, Netherland
Keio University, Japan
University of Missouri - Columbia, USA
Rochester Institute of Technology, USA
The Review of Business endorses the responsible research standards for both its authors and editors/reviewers promulgated by the World Conference on Research Integrity (https://wcrif.org). The Review of Business subscribes to both the Singapore statement on research integrity and the Montreal statement on research integrity in cross-boundary research collaborations. This journal affirms that the word ‘boundary’ includes national, cultural, institutional, disciplinary and knowledge demarcations. Both the Singapore statement and the Montreal statement seek to affirm and preserve the integrity of both the research published in a journal and the process that resulted in that publication. Furthermore, the Editor of the Review of Business seeks to avoid criticisms of the research publication process as documented by Grassmann (1986, Interfaces, 16.2: 43-51) and by Macdonald (2015, Journal of Management Inquiry, 24.3:264-279).
When an author submits a contribution for publishing consideration to the Review of Business, the author, upon acceptance of the contribution for publication, assigns to the Review of Business the copyright in the contribution and any tables, illustrations or other material submitted for publication as part of the contribution. This assignment of rights means that the author has granted to the Review of Business the exclusive right to publish and reproduce the contribution in print and other media of the journal’s choosing, and the right to license others to do the same, effective upon the acceptance of the contribution for publication. Notwithstanding this assignment of rights, the contributor retains all proprietary rights other than the copyright in any processes, procedures or articles described in the contribution. The Review of Business licenses back the following rights to the contributor in the version of the contribution as originally accepted for publication: The right to self-archive the contribution, the right to transmit, print and share copies of the contribution provided that there is no fee charged or the distribution is not widespread or systematic. The Review of Business also licenses back to the author the personal right of the contributor to send or transmit individual copies of the published version to colleagues upon their specific explicit request provided no fee is charged, and the right to include/post the published version in normal teaching or professional duties.
When an author submits a contribution for publishing consideration to the Review of Business, the author represents the following: The contribution is original work written by the stated authors, it has been prepared in a personal capacity and not on behalf of a government or institution, it has not been previously published, will not be submitted to any other journal, does not infringe any copyright or violate any other person’s or entity’s rights, or contain any unlawful matter, it does not violate the Singapore statement on research integrity, it does not violate the Montreal statement on research integrity in cross-boundary research collaborations. The contributor represents that he or she or they obtained written permission from copyright owners for any excerpts from copyrighted works that are included and credited those sources in the contribution. The contributor further represents that he or she or they informed any co-author(s) of the terms of this publishing agreement and that the contribution is submitted on behalf and on the authority of all authors that appear on the contribution.