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About the Journal
Aims of the Journal
- To provide an authentic open-access platform featuring scholarly research, reviews, and perspectives on the state of current research on topics of interdisciplinary interest in Business, Economics, Information Technology and Social Sciences across managerial disciplines.
- To offer an academic, not-for-profit, blind peer-reviewed journal for professors, scholars, students, and learned members of the community.
The mission of the New Perspective: Journal of Business and Economics is to create a platform where scholars, experts, and thinkers can exchange informed, critical, and respectful contributions on important topics in business domains across disciplines. The journal aims to serve the larger good of the people by facilitating the dissemination of knowledge and fostering intellectual discourse.
The vision of the New Perspective: Journal of Business and Economics is to become the leading platform for multi-disciplinary and inter-disciplinary research and writing. The journal aims to cover the new perspective research and become known for its high standards, innovative approach, and impact on the learned community.
The New Perspective: Journal of Business and Economics aims to publish high-quality research articles, reviews, and perspectives per issue to improve business management conditions and move forward interdisciplinary and disciplinary discourse.
The key objectives of the journal include providing authors with detailed and constructive feedback within weeks of their submission of articles, expanding online readership across continents, keeping a tally of interdisciplinary knowledge and theory building works from the submissions received on making the business discourse more sustainable, smart, and practicable, ensuring the implementation of copyright and intellectual property laws, and exploring tools and resources for visibility of the journal and maintenance of its academic standards for dissemination of research.
Additionally, the journal focuses to create intellectual capital by prescribing and improving business theories and practices and encouraging scientific research into sustainable governance and business ethics. To achieve these objectives, the journal operates a double-blind peer review model and publishes both theoretical and empirical research papers in the general fields of economics and business.
Language of Publication: English
Scope: Multidisciplinary (Management, Economics, Social Science and Technology)
Article Processing Charge: Not Applicable
Policy: Double-blind Peer Review
Country of Publication: Nepal
Publication Ethics: Editorial Policy (Displayed on the Journal Website in line with |C|O|P|E| Guidelines)
Review Time: 6 to 8 weeks (Approximately)
Indexing Databases: Zenodo, Orcid, Research Gate, Google Scholar, CrossRef.
New Perspectives is published annually.
Open Access Policy
Copyright is retained by the authors.
The articles in New Perspective are licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International CC BY-NC 4.0
This license requires that reusers give credit to the creator. It allows reusers to distribute, remix, adapt, and build upon the material in any medium or format, for noncommercial purposes only.
Peer Review Process
The New Perspective Journal of Business and Economics follows a peer-review process to ensure the quality and impact of published research and writing. Here is an overview of the peer-review process:
Initial Screening: Research and review articles received from open calls and individual invitations are subject to initial screening by the Managing Editor. This screening assesses the relevance of the work to the journal.
Double-Blind Peer Review: Articles that pass the initial screening undergo a double-blind peer review process. The identities of both the authors and reviewers are kept anonymous. The Section Editors review the articles and submit draft decisions to the Editor-in-Chief for the final decision on further review or acceptance.
Short Review Process: The initial review process is short and typically lasts no longer than six weeks. This allows for a timely evaluation of the submissions.
Perspectives Review: Perspectives, including case studies and interviews, are reviewed by Section Editors and cleared with the Editor-in-Chief. These perspectives are not subject to double-blind peer review
Conflict of Interest: To avoid conflicts of interest, articles from Editors, Managing Editor and Chief Editor will not be accepted as they are involved in the administration process.
Intellectual Support: The names of the Reviewer Board are displayed for assistance in searching for experts in the same area. However, they may not be requested to review the articles to avoid conflicts of interest.
The scholarly papers as reviewed and published by Kathmandu College of Management, Kathmandu, Nepal are the views and opinions of their respective authors and are not the views or opinions of the KCM Publication. The KCM disclaims of any harm or loss caused due to the published content to any party.
New Perspectives is published by the Kathmandu College of Management, Kathmandu, Nepal.