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Society and Business Review aims to cultivate and share knowledge and ideas in order to assist businesses to enhance their commitment in societies. Being international in outlook and interdisciplinary in scope, the journal seeks to provide a platform for diverse academic and practitioner communities to debate a broad spectrum of social issues and disciplinary perspectives, globally.
SBR seeks to promote an ethos of meaningful reflection, critical review and discussion informed by the results of relevant research. The journal particularly encourages readers to engage with and build upon research that highlight models and structures that advance the interests, dignity and well being of all people and communities in societies, in a sustainable manner.
In this fast-growing, ever-changing, and always challenging field of study, SBR draws on theoretical, methodological and substantive debates to produce a rich vein of applied research that focuses on practical developments in the field of social issues of business activities worldwide. Business is IN society, where it is seen as a social activity among others. The journal particularly encourages attention to the impact of changes to the business/corporate social concerns and practices on people, the sustainability of different economic activities and how societal issues influence the scope of business activities, through contradicting social philosophies and business.
SBR is essential reading for both academics with research interests in society and business and for practitioners seeking knowledge of practical developments in this field. The journal:
Researchers, educators, senior practitioners who are interested in researching, discussing and analysing the relationship between business and society worldwide.
The journal invites manuscripts on issues such as:
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