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The Transnational Journal of Business - A Scholarly Journal of the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs

ACBSP was the first accrediting body for business schools to support scholarly research by publishing a peer-reviewed journal.

Transnational Journal of Business — Call for Articles/Submissions

The Journal solicits papers through an Open Call for Papers format.

However, it includes an emphasis on the current theme of the upcoming ACBSP Conference. For 2019, the theme is, The Art of Developing Entrepreneurial Leaders.

February 1 is the deadline to submit a paper for consideration in Vol. 4, published in June 2019.

Transnational Journal of Business — Volume 3

The ACBSP Scholar-Practitioner Publications Committee is proud to announce the release of the third issue of The Transnational Journal of Business. The five articles selected underwent an extensive peer-reviewed process before being accepted for publication. They include:

  • Are They Ready for the Real World? A Survey of What Employers Value and What They Find Lacking in Recent College Graduates — Don Goeltz, Jan Buzydlowski, Bernice Purcell, and J. Barry Dickinson
  • Record Graduate Growth Rates through Faculty Led Recruitment and Retention Strategies: A Case Study — Harold Ray Griffin, PhD and Alla Adams, PhD, CHFP, MHA
  • The Impact of an Adaptive Learning Technology on Student Performance in an Introductory-Level Business Course — Dr. Jack Babinchak, William Habacivch, and Benjamin Lipschutz
  • Student-Managed Investment Funds: A Survey of Student Demographics, Fund Policies, and Transparency — Christopher Kubik
  • From the Transnational to the BoP Approach to Global Strategy: Opportunities and Challenges — Kevin Schneider

Thank you to Liberty University School of Business for their sponsorship of the TJB.

Dr. Justin C. Matus, Managing Editor

Dr. Justin C. Matus serves as Managing Editor for The Transnational Journal of Business.

See His Full Bio Here.

Focus and Scope

The Transnational Journal of Business (TJB) is a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary and international journal published by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). The TJB publishes manuscripts that link teaching and research to enhance student learning outcomes. More specifically, the Journal is interested in interdisciplinary research that promotes teaching excellence in the various academic disciplines of business to include all theoretical and applied domains.

Mission Statement

The mission of the TJB is to provide a forum for a dialogue to advance teaching excellence through research across the disciplines in business. To this end, the TJB welcomes manuscripts from all ACBSP individual members. The goal is to facilitate a linkage between teaching and research at member institutions.

Evolving the Scholarly Journal

In 2013, a decision was made to cease publication of the ACBSP Annual Edition and create a scholarly journal with a new name, The Transnational Journal of Business. A Scholar-Practitioner Publications Committee was formed, comprised of ACBSP members who serve as the Editorial Policy Board for the TJB.

The Transnational Journal of Business archives can be found here. Digital copies of both Vol. 1 and Vol. 2 are free to download. Printed copies are $20 (including S&H); contact ACBSP to order.

A History of Scholarly Work — ACBSP Annual Edition

ACBSP published three volumes of the scholarly journal ACBSP Annual Edition, between 2010-12. The fundamental objective of the first journal was to provide a venue for ACBSP members and others to present their research and findings, engage in scholarly research and inquiry, and support and improve classroom teaching. Articles featured in each of the three volumes went through a rigorous double-blind peer review process prior to final acceptance for publication.

Board Liaison
Brad Kleindl
Kathryn Winney
Justin C. Matus
Antonio Alvarado Patino
Julie Browning
Dawn Kaiser
Rajesh Khajuria
A. Dale King
Timothy K. Mantz
Alfred H. Miller
Debra P. Salsi
Amir H. Toosi
Member Emeritus
Laura Mays
Staff Liaison
Jeffrey Alderman

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