ASEAN Journal of Management & Innovation (AJMI).

CALL FOR PAPERS NOW!!! (Last Submission - March 2021)

Volume 8 No. 1 (January - June 2021)


We welcome and urge all researchers, scholars, or students to visit our website to view many interesting articles from local and international which some information from these articles may be useful for your own research or academic papers.

 The goal of AJMI is to publish insightful, original and timely research that describes or potentially impacts management and/or innovation within the ASEAN context. The AJMI uses a “double-blind peer review system” meaning that the authors do not know who the reviewers are and the reviewers do not know who the authors are. The AJMI is in ACI (ASEAN Citation Index) and a TCI Tier 2 (Thailand Citation Index) indexed journal. Topics that are either distinctly ASEAN-related or regional or international in scope, but of relevance to ASEAN readers are encouraged.

In addition to empirical research, AJMI accepts conceptual papers as well as papers that provide new insights into previous work and/or conventional wisdom. Also accepted are structured/systematic literature reviews that follow a specific methodology. Manuscripts that are simply literature reviews are generally discouraged.

Relevant topics include, but are not limited to: 

-           Management & Marketing

-           Finance, Banking & Accounting

-           Human Resource Management

-           International Business Management

-           Innovation & Entrepreneurship Development

-           Hospitality Management

-           Project Management

-           Operations & Supply Chain Management

-           Business Ethics

-           Educational Leadership & Management


All manuscripts will be sent to the Editor in Chief for initial pre-review. Only selected manuscripts will be sent for peer reviewing process later. AJMI will notify authors of the status of their manuscript as soon as the result is available. Thank you very much for your support of AJMI.


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