Journal of Business Case Studies
- Submissions & Manuscript Guidelines
- Editorial Team
- Acceptance Rate
- Download Rates
Focus and Scope
The Journal of Business Case Studies (JBCS) welcomes business case studies that will be of assistance to business education professionals. This journal publishes papers that significantly contribute to the understanding of teaching business courses using case studies. Using a wide range of research methods including statistical analysis, analytical work, case studies, field research and historical analysis, articles examine significant research questions from a broad range of perspectives. The intent of JBCS is to publish papers that significantly contribute to the field of teaching & learning by using business case studies.
JBCS is a widely cited, completely open access journal that is an essential for business education professionals. Published business case studies and solutions may be downloaded for use in the classroom and for research purposes. Topics may include but are not limited to accounting, business law, economics, ethics, finance, management, marketing, and related fields.
JBCS is published quarterly. Months of distribution are: January, April, July, and October.
All journal articles are available free of charge. To browse and/or download published articles, select from the following:
How To Cite This Journal
Please cite this journal as “Journal of Business Case Studies” in your references.
Submissions & Manuscript Guidelines
Articles submitted to the Clute Institute for possible journal publication are subjected to a double-blind, peer review process. For submission information and manuscript guidelines, please visit this page.
Darja Peljhan, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Editorial Advisory Board
Arthur K. Fischer, Pittsburg State University, United States
Benton “Bud” E. Miles, University of North Carolina, Greensboro, United States
Danijela Milos Sprcic, University of Zagrb, Croatia
Dorota Dobija, Kozminski University, Poland
Elif Akagun Ergin, Cankaya University, Turkey
George Filis, Bournemouth University, United Kingdom
George Spais, Hellenic Open University, Greece
Jerrold A. Van Winter, Hood College, United States
Judith A. Laux, Colorado College, United States
Kamlesh Mehta, National University, United States
Maynard “Tony” Bledsoe, Meredith College, United States
Nina Tomazevic, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Robert Preziosi, Nova Southeastern University, United States
Stanka Setnikar-Cankar, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Denise Smith, California State University, Monterey Bay, United States
Dimitrios I. Maditinos, Technological Educational Institute (T.E.I.) of Kavala, Greece
Dubravka Sincic Coric, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Evan Peterson, University of Detroit Mercy, United States
Glen D. Moyes, University of Texas, Pan American, United States
Irina Kuzmina-Merlino, Transport and Telecommunication Institute, Latvia
Iwona Cieslak, Kozminski University, Poland
Juergen Muehlbacher, Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria
Karen Cascini, Sacred Heart University, United States
Karol M. Klimczak, Kozminski University, Poland
Liaoliao Li, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania, United States
Melita Balas Rant, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Mihaly Gorog, Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary
Mojca Marc, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Nina Ponikvar, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
RamMohan R. Yallapragada, Fayetteville State University, United States
Vesna Raskovic Depalov, University of Novi Sad, Serbia and Montenegro
Victor Selman, American University, United States
Viviane Naimy, University of Notre Dame, Lebanon
Yuansha “Annie” Li, University of Massachusetts-Lowell, United States
Yvonne Shanahan, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
Authors, Editors, and members of the Editorial Team are expected to abide by all Clute Institute policies, including our Code of Publication Ethics, our Plagiarism Policy, and our Open Access Policy. For more information about these policies, visit our “About” page, or click here.
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Copernicus Journal Master List impact rating for 2012: 5.67
The overall acceptance rate for the Journal of Business Case Studies is 21% to 30%.
Note: The number of downloads found below are understated. Our journals were first uploaded open access in July of 2011 and we do not have download data prior to that date. Download frequencies are updated on a quarterly basis.
Downloads Per Journal
Articles published in this journal have been downloaded an average of 1,001 times. Click here for more details.
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