Rutgers Business Review Joins MRN POL Partners in Publishing Journals

We are pleased to announce Rutgers Business Review has joined our Partners in Publishing Journals within the MRN Corporate Strategy & Business Policy Network (POL).

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Rutgers Business Review (RBR) publishes novel and original work that deals with current and emerging business problems and provides perspectives, frameworks, and solutions that can be implemented by the business practice. While the content has to be original and at a high level of academic rigor, the language and tone used in the journal is managerial, free of academic jargon and grounded in real-world practices, utilizing current executive terminology and illustrative examples. RBR publishes peer reviewed articles, short notes, commentaries, and case studies as well as interviews with leaders from the business world. The most important criteria for publication in RBR is the practical relevance of the topic and the contributions of the manuscript to business management practices. RBR accepts submissions from all business fields including, but not limited to accounting, business analytics, finance, information systems, international business, managerial economics, marketing, organization management, strategy, and supply chain management.

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Michael C. Jensen
Management Research Network