Editorial Policy

IJMESS is a double blind peer-reviewed, quarterly journal that publishes original papers in the area of management, economics and social sciences. IJMESS appreciate the papers if they address broad methodological, theoretical, or comparative issues and contributions to theory (see scope of IJMESS). Authors can submit manuscripts to the editor for consideration as ARTICLES, REVIEWS, REPORTS and CASE STUDIES.

The editor reserve the right to reject (with or without blind peer review), or return for revision, any material submitted on the grounds of inappropriate subject matter for the scope of the journal, or on the grounds of poor quality or of excessive length. Manuscripts may also be returned for reformatting when they do not comply with the journals' style provisions.

Before a manuscript can be published in journal, the author must submit written permission from anyone whose unpublished works (e.g., papers presented at meetings, and personal communications) are cited or used in the paper in question. (Faxes of such permissions, or e-mails originating from the person whose permission is needed, will be adequate proof.) For multi-authored papers, the communicating author must submit written evidence that all co-authors are willing to release for publication the draft accepted by the journal editor.

IJMESS follows the basic publishing standards, its editorial content, Timeliness of publication and encourages the international diversity of its authorship. For further information or inquiry, authors are advised to contact the Editor at editor@ijmess.com

Note: This Journal publishes a limited number of articles per issue. The selection of articles for double blind-peer review is purely based on innovative work, novelty of idea and quality of reporting the research.

Disclaimer: IJMESS makes every effort to ensure the accuracy of the published content. However, Publisher, Editors and Board members bear no responsibility for the accuracy of the published articles. The views expressed in this journal are the views of the authors and are not of publisher or editors.