The Editorial Committee invites manuscripts on all aspects of commerce and economics relating to agriculture, industry, international trade, finance, laws, taxation, banking, marketing, management and economic policies having practical implications. For instructions, see guidelines for authors below. Any further enquiries should be directed to the Editor.
Journal of Business Thought, an annual refereed publication of Sri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce, invites original, exploratory, conceptual and empirical contributions having strategic policy implications on a broad spectrum of multi-disciplinary topics, such as corporate governance, economic policy, business policy, finance, marketing, international trade and finance, organisational behaviour, and management practices.
|While sending the articles, the following guidelines must be strictly followed:-|
Manuscript should be around 5000 words, typed in 12-point sized font (Times New Roman) with 1.5 line spacing. Matter should be typed with 1.5 inch margins on all sides with all pages duly numbered. A soft copy of the manuscript in MS Word format should be submitted at http://informaticsjournals.com/index.php/jbt
|2.||The manuscript should follow the following order of presentation:
|3.||Journal of Buisness Thought follows the Vancouver style of referencing.
a. In Referencing
b. Reference List
c. Referencing Journal Articles
d. Referencing Books
e. For Edited Books
|4.||Papers should not have been simultaneously submitted for publication to any other journal, magazine or newspaper. A declaration about the same should be given in the format of the ‘Declaration Form’ that can be downloaded from the college website. The signed declaration form should be sent to the editor at the college address (mentioned on website) or its scanned copy can be emailed by the author/s at email@example.com|
|5.||The articles will be sent to the editorial board and/or advisory board for Journal’s refereeing process.|
|6.||For book reviews, the details of the publisher, year of publication and number of pages should be written along with the name(s) of author(s), editors and reviewers.|
|7.||The corresponding author will be informed of the acceptance/rejection/modification of the manuscript within two months of the submission of the manuscript.|
|8.||Authors should ensure that the submitted manuscript is original. Further, the work and/or words of others in the work should be appropriately cited or quoted. The originality of articles is also checked through ithenticate software. The Journal follows the Delhi University guidelines regarding plagiarism and unacceptably high level of plagiarised content is not published.|
|9.||A complimentary copy of the particular issue of the Journal will be sent to the corresponding author.|