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March 4, 2024

Research Just Got Easier: CSU Launches a DBA Scholarly Journal

Columbia Southern University is proud to launch the first edition of a scholarly journal through its Doctorate in Business Administration program.

“Business Management Research and Applications: A Cross-Disciplinary Journal” (BMRA) is a biannual, open-access (CC BY-ND 4.0), peer-reviewed journal that publishes original research as well as works that explore the applied implications of others’ research, conceptual papers and case studies that have a business administration and management angle.

CSU is publishing the journal on the Public Knowledge Project – Open Journal Systems framework in participation with the Alabama Digital Preservation Network (ADPNet). Each published article receives a Crossref number, and the journal has an international standard serial number assigned by the Library of Congress. Both mechanisms make it easy for readers, libraries worldwide and search engines devoted to scholarship to find, cite, link, assess and reuse “Business Management and Research Applications” articles.

BMRA seeks to be a cross-disciplinary journal, publishing from these and related disciplines: business management, occupational safety, cybersecurity, finance, marketing, entrepreneurship, public administration, health services, fire safety, human resources, project management, health care management and information technology. Alumni, researchers, business professionals, faculty members, master’s doctoral-level students (in conjunction with faculty) are invited to submit a paper for consideration in future editions.

To access this journal or to submit your scholarly writing for consideration, please visit BMRAJournal.ColumbiaSouthern.edu. If you have questions, please contact the journal’s editors at BMRAJournal@ColumbiaSouthern.edu.

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