About the Journal

Karachi University Business Research Journal (KUBRJ) applies theory developed from business research to actual business situations. Recognizing the intricate relationships between the many areas of business activity, KUBRJ examines a wide variety of business decisions, processes and activities within the actual business setting. Theoretical and empirical advances in buyer behaviour, finance, organizational theory and behaviour, marketing, risk and insurance and international business are evaluated on a regular basis. Published for executives, researchers and scholars alike, the Journal aids the application of empirical research to practical situations and theoretical findings to the reality of the business world.

Objectives

The objective of Karachi University Business Research Journal (KUBRJ) is to serve as a generator of ideas that apply to business and economics concerns in today’s increasingly interdependent world. The outlet aims to inform and motivate for action, scholars, and private and public practitioners. Additionally, KUBRJ aims to serve as a means of enlightenment and a tool in the hands of economics and business educators all over the world as well as educated laypersons.

Readership

Academics, researchers, graduate students, practitioners and policymakers as well as educated laypersons.

Contents

KUBRJ publishes original theoretical, empirical and experimental papers, review papers, case studies, and book reviews; occasionally, it publishes special issues on current and emerging themes in economics and/or business.

Topics covered include:

  • Business studies, ethics
  • Education issues, entrepreneurship, electronic markets
  • Services, strategic alliances
  • Microeconomics
  • Behavioural and health economics
  • Government regulation, taxation, law issues
  • Macroeconomics
  • Financial markets, investment theories, banking
  • International economics, FDI
  • Economic development, system dynamics
  • Environmental studies, urban issues, emerging markets
  • Empirical studies, quantitative/experimental methods