The Emirati Journal of Business, Economics and Social Studies (EJBESS) aims to encourage theoretical research and its applications in the field of business economics and business administration, and management, the economy, and social studies, and promoting the exchange of ideas between science and practice. In addition to original theoretical and experimental work, Excellent state of the art and conceptual contributions will also be considered.
The Emirates Journal of Business, Economics and Social Studies (EJBESS) aims to encourage theoretical research and its applications in the field of business economics and business administration, and management, the economy, and social studies, and promoting the exchange of ideas between science and practice. In addition to original theoretical and experimental work, Excellent state of the art and conceptual contributions will also be considered.
Objective and scope
The mission of the Emirates Journal of Business, Economics and Social Studies (EJBESS) is to advance knowledge across all disciplines in social science studies, Including business, management, economics and social studies. EJBESS encourages manuscripts that discuss the latest research findings or contemporary research that can be used directly or indirectly to address critical issues and share advanced knowledge and best practices in business, management, economics, and social studies in English.
- Dr.. Firas Habbal Assistant Professor – Researcher Emirates – United Arab Emirates
- Dr. Thomas Lehner Senior Scientist Lecturer I am Director of Research (TUM) – Germany
- Dr.. Chen Feng Assistant Professor – New York University – USA
- Dr.. Abdullah Shobaka Assistant Professor – Al Ain University – United Arab Emirates
- Dr.. Ahmed Shehaber Assistant Professor – Zayed University – United Arab Emirates
- Dr.. Fawaz Habbal Assistant Professor – Rabdan Academy – United Arab Emirates
- Dr.. Nabih Arar Assistant Professor – Higher College of Technology – United Arab Emirates
- Prof. Changbum Ahn – Seoul National University – South Korea
- Dr.. Bhradwaj Mantha Assistant Professor – University of Sharjah – United Arab Emirates
- Dr.. Daniel Hall Assistant Professor – Institute for Construction and Infrastructure Management – Switzerland
- The engineer. Ammar Safi Researcher – Ministry of Energy – United Arab Emirates
- The engineer. Researcher Tala Al-Saghir – Ministry of Energy – United Arab Emirates
- The engineer. Asmaa Naqi Researcher – Ministry of Energy – United Arab Emirates
Some basics for publishing in this magazine
Submitted articles must not have been previously published or currently under consideration for publication elsewhere.
All of our articles are subject to a double-blind review process.
All authors must state that they have read and agree with the content of the submitted article.
All authors must accept our ethical guidelines.
All of our articles are published as open access (OA).
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There are a number of basic steps that you must follow to ensure a smooth and hassle-free transmission. Double-check your manuscript before submitting your work, It is your responsibility to ensure that the manuscript is complete, grammatically correct, and free from spelling or typographical errors. Some other important points: Give the journal goals and scope for final reading. Is your manuscript definitely suitable? If not, The editor may reject it without peer review. Does a manuscript comply with our Research and Publication Ethics Guidelines? Did you clear any necessary post permissions? Did you follow all of the formatting requirements set forth in these author guidelines? Does the manuscript contain any information that might help the reviewer identify you? This can jeopardize the blind peer review process. some advices: If you need to refer to your own business, Use phrases such as “show previous search” not “return our previous search”. If you need to indicate your own work that is not currently published, Do not include this work in the reference list. Any affidavits or author resumes should be uploaded as separate files. Do a final check to ensure that the authors’ names do not appear anywhere in the manuscript. This includes in shapes or captions. You will find a useful application checklist on the Think.Check.Submit website.
All manuscripts must be submitted through our editing system by the corresponding author. A separate author account is required for each journal you submit to. If this is your first time submitting to this journal, Please choose the option to create an account or register now in the editing system. If you already have a Scholar Login from UAE, You are welcome to reuse your existing username and password here. Please note that the next time you log into the system, You will be asked for your username. This will be the email address you entered when setting up your account. Don’t forget to add your ORCiD ID during the application process. It will be included in your published article, Along with a link to an ORCiD registry allowing others to easily match you with your work. Don’t have one yet? Signing up for a free ORCiD ID only takes a few minutes. Visit the ScholarOne Support Center for further assistance and guidance. What you can expect next You will receive an automated email from the journal editor, Confirms your successful submission. He will provide you with the manuscript number, which will be used in all future communications about your submission. If you have any reason to suspect that the confirmation email you receive may be fraudulent, Please contact our rights team.
REVIEW AND DECISION PROCESS Each submission is checked by the editor. At this stage , They may choose to decline or not submit your manuscript if it does not fit the objectives and scope of the journal, Or they felt that the quality of the language/script was too low. If they think it might be suitable for publication, They will send it to at least two independent referees for double-blind peer review. Once these reviewers provide their feedback, The editor may decide to accept your manuscript, request minor or major revisions, or decline your work. While all journals operate on different time scales, The goal is for the editor to inform you of their first decision within 60 days. during this period , We will send you automatic updates on the progress of your manuscript via our submission system, Or you can log in to check the current status of your article. Every time we call you, We will quote the manuscript number given to you at the time of submission. If you receive an email that does not match these criteria, It may be fraudulent and we advise you to send an email to email@example.com.
If your application is accepted
Copyright All accepted authors are sent an email with a link to the licensing form. This should be checked for accuracy, For example whether your contact and affiliation details are up to date and your name is spelled correctly, It is then returned to us electronically. If there is a reason why you cannot assign copyright to us, You should discuss this with your magazine content editor. You will find their contact details in the editorial team section above. proofing and typesetting Once we have received your authorization form, The article will go directly to the production process. We will perform editorial checks, copy-check and typeset and then return the proofs to you (if you are the corresponding author) for review. This is your chance to correct any typos, grammatical errors, or incorrect details of the author. We cannot accept script rewriting requests at this stage. When the proofs of the page are completed, The full proof and print version of the record is published on the Internet. This is referred to as the EarlyCite version. While the EarlyCite article is not yet set to a volume or problem, However, they contain a digital object identifier (DOI) and are fully accessible. It will be grouped into a number according to the magazine’s release schedule, With the addition of papers according to the chronological publication date. How to Share Your Paper Visit our Copyright page to find out how you can reuse and share your work. To find tips on increasing the visibility of your published research paper, Read about how to promote your business. Correcting errors in your published paper Sometimes errors occur during the research, writing, and publishing processes. When these problems arise, We have the option to withdraw the paper or file a correction notice. Learn more about the withdrawal and correction policies of our article.