Frontiers of Business Research in China
Editor-in-Chief: Baocheng Ji (Renmin University of China). Deputy Editor-in-Chief: Ji-Ye Mao (Renmin University of China)
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Frontiers of Business Research in China (FBRC) offers a new forum for the scholarly community that focuses on business and management in China, and encourages interactions between Chinese academics and their colleagues overseas. In short, FBRC aims to become the window to the best research on business administration in China or related to China.
FBRC publishes research articles that extend, test, or build management theories with strong Chinese characteristics, and contributions to management practice within a Chinese context, which can be either in China or beyond the region, e.g., Chinese businesses operating overseas or multinational companies in China. Major areas of interest include accounting, finance, human resources, international business, marketing, organizational behavior, management information systems, operations management, and strategic management. Contributions can be based on any well-established research methodology.