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Indian Management Studies Journal

Punjabi University Patiala

Indian Management Studies Journal (IMSJ) is an endeavor of School of Management Studies, Punjabi University, Patiala at encouraging academics, researchers and managers to publish their high-quality research in various relevant and contemporary fields of management. The journal aims to provide an effective platform for discussion and exchange of ideas regarding various problems confronting the business world. The journal attempts to promote theoretical, empirical and comparative researchin the field of business and management.
IMSJIMSJ is available in print and online and focuses oncritical and creative research. Itis a biannual refereed publication with ISSN No. 0974-4355. The journal seeks to promote original research and cultivate fruitful dialogue between previous and innovative thoughts from India and abroad, and publishes them in about three months after receipt of articles/papers and their review and acceptance.

Key areas:
The content covered in recent years spans the latest developments in the following:
• Social Sciences
• Commerce and Management
• Data Sciences
• Accounting and Control
• Agriculture and Rural Development
• CSR and Sustainability
• Finance and Banking
• General Management
• Marketing
• Operations Management
• Organizational Behaviour
• Strategic Management

Electronic Access:
Indian Management Studies Journal (IMSJ) is available electronically on http://smspup.ac.in

Main Feature
• Applied and Basic Research: the journal encourages conceptual, analytical and empirical research papers from academics and practitioners.
• Management Cases: researchers can submit a management case study which focuses on description of real-life management issues and proposed solutions.
• Review Articles: Researchers can submit their findings of critical literature review of published works.
• Book ReviewTypes of Contribution
• Original high-quality research papers (5000–7000 words)
• Management Cases (4000–5000 words)
• Review Articles (up to 3000 words)
• Book reviews (1000–1200 words)