Call for Papers:
The Review of Business: Interdisciplinary Journal on Risk and Society, invites submissions on how a publicly-traded firm can quantify the relative value of integrating sustainability-related initiatives in its core operations. The best paper will receive an honorarium of $6,000 underwritten by Munich Re, a leading advocate of sustainable business tactics and strategies. The submission deadline is January 2, 2019. Accepted papers will be published in the June 2019 issue of the Review of Business. The journal’s editorial board and Munich Re will award the honorarium to one paper from among those accepted for publication. The author(s) of the award winning paper are expected to brief Munich Re (through audio conferencing) on the applicability of the paper to sustainable business practices. The authors may also be asked to help craft an executive summary for general distribution. The ideal submission to be considered for the Munich Re honorarium will include a measure of sustainability that is both practicable and applicable from the perspective of a typical manager. Related references on this topic and style/submission guidelines are at www.stjohns.edu/ROB.
The Review of Business: Interdisciplinary Journal on Risk and Society, beginning with its 2019 issues, invites original work that engages with the role and impact of risk and/or uncertainty on business decision-making and/or on society. The journal’s scope reflects the diverse ways we engage with risk and uncertainty across the global community of scholars. It is open to all conceptual and empirical research, methods, and writing styles. It requires, however, a logical and clearly demonstrated connection between evidence and inferences.
The Editorial Board will recognize the best scholarship with two annual "Best Published Paper" awards. Each award is accompanied by an honorarium of $2,500.
The journal (ISSN 0034-6454) is not a profit-making endeavor, it has no submission or publication fees, it is indexed on ProQuest, EBSCO, Cabells Whitelist and Web of Science among others. It is available on-line as well as in print. The Peter J. Tobin College of Business at St. John’s University in New York publishes this journal each January and June.
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