Asian Business Review (ABR) is an academic general Business and administration journal, that is, we are in principle open to all disciplines and fields of research on business administration and business-subject to the condition that submissions must be related to Asia.
The ABR is intended for both academics and interested observers, contains the contributions of recognized experts, and is essential to anyone seeking the latest research on Asian business in a readily available, approachable form. ABR is, as the name suggests, a journal on business and management in Asia. We welcome articles which deal with nations and societies in the Asian region, namely those in East Asia and South-East Asia, including those in APEC and ASEAN, individually or comparatively. Of interest also, are contributions on the Asian economies, comparing those inside with those outside, or those investing in it. The journal's definition of Asia in principle encompasses all economies from the Arab Peninsula eastward to Japan.
PEER REVIEW POLICY
Articles in this journal have undergone a rigorous double-blind peer review system, based on initial editor screening and involving in-country and international refereeing, ensures that articles meet the highest standards of quality.
OPEN ACCESS POLICY
ABR provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.