The Market: International Journal of Business is a scholarly (peer-reviewed) research journal published annually by the Cyprus Centre for Business Research and funded by The Cyprus Institute of Marketing (CIM).
The journal considers articles that express new and innovative ideas in Business, paying particular attention to developments in Cyprus and the broader Eastern Mediterranean area. It publishes the results of research endeavors that show strong future prospects and articles that address betterment of human life and business practices. Articles comprising of a domestic or/and international outlooks from major business disciplines are welcome.
The Market aims to provide opportunities for the promotion of new dynamic business ideas to enhance research in all business fields – Marketing, Management, Strategy, Accounting and Finance, HR, Political Marketing, and Shipping, among others. Its goal is to create awareness of important scholarly achievements in the aforementioned fields, both locally and internationally.
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Full research papers must not exceed 6,000 words (including author’s info and references).
The Market also welcomes Research Notes (up to 2,000 words) that include a brief introduction, a brief methodology, results/tables, a short discussion, and main references.
Authors are also kindly requested to send a small biography – up to 380 words – that includes their affiliation, educational background, research interests, and an e-mail address they do not mind us publishing.
The inaugural issue of The Market features eight scholarly (peer-reviewed) articles on subjects ranging from Accounting & Finance to Cyber Space, Shipping, and Tourism.
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The second volume of The Market features eleven scholarly (peer-reviewed) articles on a wide range of Business subjects: from Business Law and Energy to Online Gaming, Political Marketing, and SMEs.
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