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The International Journal of Business & Applied Sciences(IJBAS) is a double-blind peer reviewed journal of Business and Applied Sciences Academy of North America (BAASANA) that provides guidance for those involved at all levels of business and applied sciences. The journal publishes research papers, the results and analysis of which will have implications or relevance to policy makers and practitioners in relevant fields. IJBAS gives priority to empirical/analytical research papers. The field of business and applied sciences is a complex one. It is influenced by the many social, technological and economic changes evident in the world today.
Scholarly papers on issues of Business, Applied Sciences (Social, Behavioral, Natural Sciences, Mathematics, Information, Engineering and Technology), Mass-communication, Higher Education including Inter-cultural, Transnational issues with interdisciplinary implications are being invited for Volume 4 and 5 scheduled to be published in 2015 and 2016. All submissions go through a rigorous peer review process before acceptance. Our reviewers are mostly concerned with practical implications of the research toward improving human conditions. We also adhere to the principle of nurturing young scholars by providing timely and constructive feed-back. We promise to communicate acceptance decision within 60 days of receipt of any submission.
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IJBAS follows standard procedures of blind peer reviewing by scholars from multi-disciplinary areas. The journal aims to generate discussions and dialogue among business, applied and social sciences educators, researchers and relevant global audience. Contents range from commentaries and essays to research reports, and conference papers etc. that (a) contribute to advance theory or the theory development process in the area of business and social and applied sciences (b) offer innovative ideas on improving the standard and currency of business practices and principles of social and applied sciences, teaching and training specific to the international context.