Focus and Scope
The Colombo Business Journal is a double-blind peer-reviewed scholarly journal in the field of business and management. It is published twice a year (June and December). It aims to publish scholarly work in the field of business, management and organizations in the local, regional and global arena. Thus, its aim is two-fold: (1) to create a forum for exchanging views and launching intellectual debates among scholars and researchers in the field of management and (2) to advance the theory and practice of management through construction of new knowledge. The journal is not restricted to a specific research paradigm, and thus welcomes submissions adopting a variety of methodologies and methods: quantitative, qualitative, and mixed. It entertains analysis at individual, divisional, organizational and inter-organizational levels. Embracing multidisciplinary perspectives for enhancing understanding, it encourages crossing borders and bringing insights from disciplines such as sociology, psychology, economics, and philosophy.
The journal welcomes the following categories of submissions:
- Empirical papers
- Conceptual papers
- Literature reviews
N.B. There are no charges to publish with the Colombo Business Journal.
The Colombo Business Journal is published twice a year (June and December).
Open Access Policy
This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.
Subscription Rates for the Print Journal
One Issue Overseas US$30 Sri Lanka LKR600
Annual Overseas US$50 Sri Lanka LKR1000
One Issue Overseas US$45 Sri Lanka LKR800
Annual Overseas US$75 Sri Lanka LKR1400
The articles are freely available online and are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
The journal is published with funds supplied by the Faculty of Management and Finance, University of Colombo, Sri Lanka.
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