AD-minister seeks to disseminate research on local and international developments in business administration, Internationakl Business, Accounting, Marketing and Organizational Psychology.
AD-minister is a biannual publication and manuscripts may be submitted at any time. Manuscripts for publication in AD-minister must be submitted in accordance with the guidelines set out in this document. They must be of an appropriate standard in terms of their form (writing and presentation) and their content (the academic rigor of the positions they take and their supporting arguments).
AD-minister aims at continuously improving its receipt, review, editorial and publication process for scientific papers. As a result, the journal adheres to COPE and Elsevier guidelines on publication ethics in order to avoid misconduct in publishing, to adopt streamlined procedures for correction and retraction, all of which ensure readers that each published paper has met all quality criteria.
The opinions of the authors are theirs alone. They do not necessarily reflect those of the University, the Business School or the Editorial Committee.
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