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Journal of Applied Management and Advanced Research (JAMAR)

Journal of Applied Management and Advanced Research (JAMAR)

Online ISSN : 2582-2306



“Journal of Applied Management & Advanced Research” is an academic double blind peer-reviewed journal that aims to dispense information among the people akin the expertise. This open access journal intends to encourage spread of information to a superlative level, there by increasing its impact and reach of the study globally. This Management journal publishes original & high quality research articles that would contribute to building empirical and theoretical understanding of management aspects in Business related activities. Its focal point is on research and reflections relevant to academicians and practicing managers. The journal intends to provide instant and continuous information on latest trends and developments in the field of business management.

IMPACT FACTOR: IIJIF :0.521 [2019-20], SJIF 2020 = 5.384 

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Journal of Applied Management and Advanced Research invites theoretical / conceptual, empirical, original, cross-functional and applied research papers, articles, case studies, technical notes, monographs, book reviews and doctoral dissertations in the following areas but not limited to: 

    Index - International Innovative Journal Impact Factor (IIJIF)

Organizational Innovation Green Technologies Business Continuity
Cross Cultural Management Corporate Sustainability Total Quality Management
Technology Management Change Management Entrepreneurship
Business & Ethics E-commerce Role of SMEs in National Economies
Emerging Role of Women in Business Risk Management Corporate Social Responsibility
Knowledge Life Cycles in Organizations Strategic Management Transformational Leadership
Business Process Reengineering Corporate Governance Accounting & Taxation
Process Innovation Enterprise Resource Planning Benchmarking
Rural Management Crisis Management Logistics and Supply Chain Management

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The editor of a journal has a complete authority and responsibility to accept or reject a submitted paper and is not influenced by the management or owners in any form. The editor may confer with associate editor, co-editors and peer-reviewers while making a decision. The editors should judge all submissions on their scientific merit and minimize the influence of other factors. The decision should be timely and fair irrespective of caste, culture, origin, gender or citizenship of the author. Editors, authors, and peer reviewers have a responsibility to disclose interests that might appear to affect their ability to present or review data objectively. These include relevant financial, personal, political, intellectual, or religious interests. Editors and board members should, whenever these are relevant to the content being considered or published, declare their interests and affiliations. The editorial team should not disclose any information about a submitted paper under consideration other than to reviewers. Situations that may lead to conflicts of interest should be avoided.

Research Documentation:

It is important that the authors record the results of their research in a form that its analysis and review could be done before the publication and by other researchers for a reasonable period after publication. Fabrication, like reporting results that were never conducted or deceive or intent to mislead, is a form of scientific misconduct and regarded as highly unethical and in some jurisdictions may be illegal.