JBFEM discusses business and finance issues that build a bridge between business/finance topics and emerging markets. JBFEM welcomes theoretical or empirical papers demonstrating how human behavior and technology in emerging markets affects business and finance activities. In analyzing phenomena, all articles can be submitted using qualitative and quantitative data from emerging market perspectives.
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RBAOS discusses behavioral aspect studies in organizations and society. RBAOS particularly wishes to attract innovative work which analyses behavioral aspect to advance theory development in social science, including business, management, psychology, and politics. We welcome articles using diverse methodologies and theoretical developments from across the social sciences. Although many topics from different research streams can be submitted, the implication to the behavioral aspect is the center of attention.