Aim & Scope

The aim of The Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government [ISSN: 1323-6903] is to provide a platform for scholarly discourse and research dissemination on pressing contemporary issues at the intersection of business and government. The journal seeks to foster a deeper understanding of the dynamic relationship between these two spheres, exploring the implications for policy, practice, and societal welfare. Through rigorous analysis and critical inquiry, the journal aims to contribute to the advancement of knowledge and the development of effective strategies for addressing the complex challenges facing modern economies and governance structures.

The scope of The Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government [ISSN: 1323-6903] encompasses a broad range of topics, including but not limited to:

Public Policy and Governance: Analysis of government policies, regulations, and institutional frameworks shaping business environments at local, national, and international levels. Examination of governance structures, mechanisms, and reforms aimed at promoting accountability, transparency, and effectiveness in public administration.

Business Strategy and Management: Exploration of strategic decision-making processes within organizations in response to evolving market dynamics, technological advancements, and regulatory changes. Examination of management practices, innovation strategies, and corporate governance mechanisms for enhancing competitiveness, sustainability, and value creation.

Corporate Social Responsibility and Ethics: Investigation of corporate behaviour and practices regarding social and environmental responsibility, ethical leadership, and stakeholder engagement. Evaluation of the impact of CSR initiatives on organizational performance, reputation, and societal well-being.

Sustainable Development and Economic Growth: Assessment of the interplay between economic development, environmental sustainability, and social equity. Analysis of policies, strategies, and business models aimed at fostering inclusive growth, resource efficiency, and resilience in the face of global challenges such as climate change, inequality, and demographic shifts.

Globalization and International Business: Examination of the opportunities and challenges arising from global economic integration, trade liberalization, and cross-border investment flows. Analysis of multinational corporations' strategies, partnerships, and operations in diverse cultural, regulatory, and political contexts.

Technology and Innovation Management: Study of the role of technological innovation, digital transformation, and disruptive technologies in shaping business strategies, organizational structures, and industry landscapes. Exploration of the implications for governance, regulation, and public policy in fostering innovation ecosystems and promoting economic competitiveness.

Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development: Investigation of entrepreneurship ecosystems, start-up dynamics, and support mechanisms for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). Analysis of policy interventions, financing mechanisms, and regulatory frameworks aimed at fostering entrepreneurship, innovation, and job creation.

Legal and Regulatory Compliance: Examination of legal frameworks, compliance mechanisms, and corporate practices aimed at ensuring adherence to laws, regulations, and ethical standards.

Financial Markets and Economic Policy: Analysis of financial market dynamics, economic policies, and their implications for businesses, investors, and policymakers.

The journal welcomes empirical research, theoretical contributions, case studies, and policy analyses that advance our understanding of contemporary issues in business and government. Interdisciplinary approaches and comparative studies are encouraged, providing insights into the complex interactions between economic, political, social, and technological factors shaping the modern business environment. Through rigorous peer review and scholarly discourse, the journal aims to stimulate debate, generate new ideas, and inform evidence-based policymaking and managerial practice.