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October 22, 2014 775

BAS_v50_72ppiRGB_powerpointBusiness and Society is extends an invitation to review for the journal.

Business and Society, peer-reviewed and published bimonthly, is the official journal of the International Association for Business and Society, the only independent professional association dedicated to business and society teaching and research. This journal focuses on original research relating to business ethics, business-government relations, corporate governance, corporate social performance, and environmental-management issues. Business and Society publishes rigorously reviewed original research and occasional invited works by top scholars. Over the course of a year, over 100 experts and scholars are engaged by the journal to review every piece submitted for consideration. Each issue is comprised of traditional, easy-to-read, referenced formats including articles, book reviews, and dissertation abstracts.

Reviewers will evaluate articles in the peer-review process and provide reports to the editorial office.

For more information on becoming a reviewers for Business and Society, click here. To sign up right now, click here to go to directly to the manuscript submission site.

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