About the Journal
Focus and Scope
JABT (Journal Of Applied Business and Technology) is a media for exploration and discussion about Business Management and Technological problems arised in the society. It includes scientific articles in the form of research results, theory application, analytical studies, and literature studies on both areas. JABT also accumulates the literature reviews and critiques in improving theories and researches and offer contributions in delevoping educational methodology in the area of Business Management and Technology.
Authors have to make sure that the manuscripts submitted include empirical contributions and theories related to problems arised in the range of Business Management and Technology. The authors are welcomed to examine, develop, or build strong theoritical framework and empirically discuss the emerging issues in these areas.
- Innovation Management
- Business Sustainability
- Business Ethics
- International Business Management
- E-commerce & Digital Management
- Management Issues in Accounting and finance
- International Trade
- Marketing Management
- Customer Relationship Management
- Human Resource Management
- Operational and Quality Management
- Strategic Management
- Management Information System
- Knowledge Management
- Organizational Behavior and Industrial Relations
- Halal Management
- Internet of Things
- Big Data
- Smart Cities
- Machine to Machine
- Neuromorphic Systems
- Data Analytics
- Mobile Applications
- Digital Transformation
- Software Engineering and Quality
- Business Intelligence
- Artificial Intelligence
- Machine Vision
This journal is published every four months (three times a year) which is on January, May, and September.
Open Access Policy
JABT (Journal Of Applied Business and Technology) provides a direct open access upon its content as this journal aspires the research results and studies to be available for public in supporting global idea and knowledge exchange.
Peer Review Process
JABT (Journal Of Applied Business and Technology) practices double blind peer review system whereby the reviewers will remain annonymous to the authors, and the authors will remain annonymous to the reviewers.