Frontiers in Business and Economics

Frontiers in Business and Economics (FINBE) is a double-blind peer-reviewed scientific journal published 3 times a year, i.e., April, August and December. FINBE is a scholarly open access journal that provides to vast sections of the professionals who are economists, entrepreneurs, policymakers, managers of middle and higher management level, academicians and researchers of the business, management, finance and economics studies and the students that pursue business and economics as core subjects at the tertiary level. This peer-reviewed journal seeks well-researched manuscripts for submission as research articles, reviews, case studies, commentaries and short communication that reflect the latest happenings in the field of business, management, finance and economics. FINBE focuses on a wide range of topics in the following areas of business, management, finance and economics which includes the results of theoretical and applied research in the field of financial planning, economics, micro and macroeconomic policies, banking research, accounting, balance of payments, trade policies, direct foreign investment (FDI), foreign exchange, stock market, investment banking, venture capital, taxation & budgeting, fiscal and monitory policies, management information system (MIS), business ethics, customer satisfaction, marketing, wealth management, international business and marketing, organizational development and challenges, leadership and corporate governance, entrepreneurship and business development, operations and supply chain management, human resource development, marketing and management issues, innovation and change management, banking and finance, economic theory and policy issues and case studies.

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Frontiers in Business and Economics (FINBE) is a double-blind peer-reviewed scientific journal published 3 (three) times a year, i.e., April, August and December. FINBE is a scholarly open access journal that provides to vast sections of the professionals who are economists, entrepreneurs, policymakers, managers of middle and higher management level, academicians and researchers of the business, management, finance and economics studies and the students that pursue business and economics as core subjects at the tertiary level.