Welcome to the undergraduate Journal for Global Business and Community. JGBC is an official journal of CUIBE: Consortium for Undergraduate International Business Education.
The Journal for Global Business and Community is a multidisciplinary e-journal dedicated to serving those participating in and affected by the global economy. It offers undergraduate students a venue for publishing works that:
- Explore the functional dimensions of global business organizations and behavior or,
- Discuss the relationships between these businesses and the global economy with the political, social, cultural, economic, legal, technological and ethical issues derived from those relationships.
In short, it is dedicated to examining the role of business in the global economy as well as related issues of community and economic development. JGBC is further dedicated to starting this conversation among tomorrow's business and community leaders. As such, it will limit the articles in the journal to undergraduate students. All submissions are subject to student and faculty review. All submissions will be considered in the context of the JGBC's core mission, to encourage an increased level of discourse among tomorrow's business and community leaders so they may be better able to fairly and efficiently advance productive economic relationships in the global arena.
We publish in December and April
Articles will be accepted on a wide range of International Business topics. Students may want to consider, but are not limited to, 3 types of articles:
- an opinion piece;
- a firm/industry report;
- current events.
We now have rolling submissions.
Submissions will be evaluated based on 4 criteria:
- Following JGBC submission guidelines;
- Writing clarity;
- how meaningful the article is;
- Timeliness of the topic.
UNDERGRADUATES: please consider submitting an article to JGBC. You can submit a term paper you have already written (but not published) or write a new paper just for JGBC. Please keep the paper between 3 - 10 pages or longer. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our Managing Editor, Charles Brian Croston at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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