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The Clute Institute was founded in 1985 for the purpose of disseminating the latest academic research on various business and economics-related topics. The scope of our mission now includes the dissemination of academic knowledge on a broad range of topics. To accomplish this mission, The Clute Institute publishes sixteen academic journals and sponsors multiple annual academic conferences. Beginning with the Journal of Applied Business Research in 1985, The Clute Institute has become known for publishing quality academic research, as well as hosting great conferences.
RONALD C. CLUTE, Ph.D. Founding Director
Ron is the current and founding director of The Clute Institute. Professor Clute holds a bachelor's degree in accounting from the California State University at Northridge, a master's degree in economics with a public finance concentration from the California State University at Long Beach, and a doctor of philosophy in economics with a public finance concentration from the University of Notre Dame. He published 33 academic research articles during his 25 years of teaching. He taught at the University of Illinois at Chicago, Loyola University of Chicago, University of Wyoming, and Metropolitan State University of Denver.
DIANE PIELAT Administrative Director
Diane has a Master's degree in education from DePaul University in Chicago, Illinois.
The Clute Institute is firmly committed to pursuing responsible business practices for the benefit of our employees, authors, the wider academic community in which we operate, and the environment in which we all live. We celebrated our 25th anniversary in 2010 and since our establishment over a quarter of a century ago, we have attempted to promote the greater good of our stakeholders.
We provide our authors with the best possible journal publication and conference presentation service while keeping publication and conference fees affordable. We are serving the broader academic community by making all of our academic journals available online and free of charge to all researchers since many universities in less developed countries do not have funds to pay for academic journals.
We recognize that we have additional responsibilities to society. To that end, we are saving paper by making our journals and conference proceedings paperless and available online with open access. Finally, the Clute Institute has a policy of donating to the Wounded Warrior Project and the Denver Rescue Mission. The Denver Rescue Mission is a non-profit organization that serves over 600,000 meals each year to the poor and homeless in Denver.
The Clute Institute is committed to upholding the highest standards of journal publication and conference presentation ethics. The Clute Institute and its editors are committed to objective and fair double-blind peer-review of submitted manuscripts for journal publication and conference presentation and will evaluate manuscripts for their intellectual content without regard to race, gender, sexual orientation, religious belief, ethnic origin, citizenship, or political philosophy. Authors submitting their manuscripts must attest that it is their original work and has not been plagiarized. Submitting the same manuscript to more than one journal concurrently is unethical and unacceptable. Reviewers must comply with the Clute Institute Code of Ethics in all respects.
Authors should avoid submitting a paper for journal publication or conference presentation with text that is duplicated elsewhere without appropriate credit. The plagiarism of the works of another author is unethical, not to mention damaging to the reputation of the publisher, author, and the author’s institution. Articles containing plagiarism will be removed from publication and will be reported to the proper authorities. Equally serious, but less obvious, is unintentional electronic copying and pasting of text without appropriate credit. Being found guilty of intentional plagiarism can negate a lifetime of achievements and needs to be taken very seriously. The Clute Institute recommends that authors use plagiarism detection software to insure that text is not accidentally pasted into their manuscript without appropriate credit.