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Journal of Business Management, Volume 20
ISSN 1691- 5348We invite the researchers to submit the articles to the next JBM volume on the topics regarding to Business Management issues!
The Journal of Business Management publishes papers that contribute to understanding of business management and provides readers with a fresh view of the emerging business management practices and research.
The Journal of Business Management particularly encourages academics, researchers and doctoral students to share their experience, knowledge and practices with an international audience. The journal is indexed in the EBSCO and INDEX COPERNICUS scientific database.
You are welcome to submit the research papers that were discussed at ASBBMC 2021.
EXTENDED DEADLINEFull paper submission: 5 October 2021
JBM Vol. 20 will be published in February 2022!
University of Ljubljana
SEB - School of Economics and Business
The Doctoral Programme in Economics and Business
Dear Prospective Student,
For the thirteenth consecutive year, the School of Economics and Business, University of Ljubljana (SEB LU) announces enrolment in the Doctoral Programme in Economics and Business that is comparable to the best doctoral programmes in EU countries, both in structure and in organisation. In addition, the SEB LU has become the first and only Triple Crown School in Slovenia and the broader region to have been awarded the EQUIS, AACSB and AMBA international accreditations. This achievement ranks the SEB LU among the top 1% of business and economic schools in the world. The Financial Times has put the SEB LU, along with Slovenia, on the map of the 95 best European business schools in 2020.
Application for the enrolment in our doctoral programme for the 2021/2022 academic year will be available at http://portal.evs.gov.si/prijava/?locale=en
. Please note that the application deadline for doctoral studies at SEB LU is expected to be 24 June 2021.
Expression of interest for fixed-term researcher related to the evolution of regional economic, industrial and entrepreneurial systems in medium-tech sectors, with a particular attention to entrepreneurial and innovation ecosystems.
You can find here further details: https://www.unive.it/pag/28130/,
The Making of Doctoral Supervisors
International Case Studies of Practice
Edited by Stan Taylor, Durham University, UK, Margaret Kiley, Australian National University, and Karri A. Holley, University of Alabama.
With a wide range of international contributors, this book surveys how the main doctoral awarding countries across the globe define criteria for the eligibility of supervisors. It compares and contrasts their approaches, comments upon their robustness and identifies examples of good practice. Written by a distinguished international team of authors, The Making of Doctoral Supervisors will be of interest to all those engaged in doctoral education including policy-makers, programme leaders, supervisors, administrators, and scholars in the field.