About the Journal

International Journal of Emerging Business and Economic Trends (IJEBET) is a double bind peer reviewed international research journal that publishes applied research on operational issues in an emerging businesses with a focus on managerial implications in a changing economic trends.


The journal is an international, broadly based, business and economics journal for academics, practitioners, business executives, and professionals. Its focus is on operational issues and their implications for practice. The journal's purpose is to improve communications between, and within, the academic and other research communities, policymakers and operational decision makers with guidance on strategies and techniques used to enhance organizational performance across the management discipline.


IJEBET is a double bind peer-reviewed international research journal that publishes two times a year. IJEBET will accept research based on qualitative or quantitative methods. Applied research articles deal with original research that makes a meaningful contribution to practice. In applied research articles, theory should provide the context for the work, rather than being the focus. 


Business/organizational leadership; change management; corporate culture; crisis management; coaching; communications; customer service; employee engagement; innovation, intellectual asset management; employee wellbeing; job satisfaction; leadership development; management; outsourcing; performance evaluations; productivity; quality improvement; restructuring; strategy; teams; turnover; work-life balance; workplace issues  


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Vol. 2 No. 2 (2023): International Journal of Emerging Business and Economic Trends
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