The aim of the journal is to disseminate the latest trends and developments in the fields of management and business. The contributions would be multidisciplinary, interdisciplinary, and would have practical applications in the real world. The journal would encourage theoretical analysis, empirical studies – both in qualitative and quantitative domains, case studies, and critical reviews of existing management theories, principles, and practices. The broad areas would include finance, production and operations management, human resources, organizational behavior, marketing, information systems, general management, economics, business ethics and corporate governance, legal and regulatory aspects of business, international business, and any other aspects related to management and business.
The broad areas in Business Law include Banking,Commercial property; Company law ,Competition law;Consumer credit; Consumer protection,Contracts,Criminal law, Customs and excise, Data protection,Employment,Finance and financial services,Health and safety,Insider dealing, Insurance, Intellectual property,Media law,Privatisation ,Public sector,Takeover and mergers,Taxation,Transport,Value added tax, and Weights and measures.