Call for Papers by Amity Journal of Corporate Governance: Submit by Dec 31

About the Opportunity

The Call for Papers by Amity Journal of Corporate Governance (AJCG) invites theoretical/conceptual, empirical, original, cross-functional and applied research papers, articles, case studies, technical notes, monographs, book reviews and doctoral dissertations.

About the Journal

AJCJ is an international, indexed, bi-annual, double-blind reviewed, and refereed journal. It is the official publication of Amity Directorate of Management and Allied Areas (ADMAA), a research unit of Amity University.

Sub-Theme(s)

  • Corporate Governance: Models, Theories, Structures, Philosophies, and Practices
  • Government Rules, Regulations, and Corporate Governance
  • Impact of Corporate Ownership on Corporate Governance
  • Role of Board of Directors and Board Committees on Corporate Governance
  • Independence and Monitoring Role of Independent Directors
  • Executive Leadership
  • Shareholder Activism
  • Audit Committees, External and Internal Auditors
  • Shareholders’ Grievance
  • Corporate Governance Best Practices
  • Managerial Compensation and Incentive Plans
  • Corporate Social Responsibility

To see the complete list, click here.

Submission Guidelines

  • Categories:
    • Research paper
    • Viewpoint
    • Conceptual paper
    • Case study
    • Literature review
    • General review
    • Doctoral Dissertations
  • An abstract of 300 words with five keywords and JEL classification.
  • The recommended length of the research paper should be between 6000-9000 words.
  • The use of footnotes and endnotes should be minimum.
  • The authors are requested to follow the APA 6th style.

For complete and detailed guidelines, click here.

Submission Process

  • Manuscripts should not have been published previously or be under review with another journal.
  • The author(s) should submit a soft copy of the manuscript in MS Word to Editor-in-Chief, Amity Journal of Corporate Governance (AJCG) at ajcg[at]amity.edu which will be duly acknowledged.

Deadline

December 31, 2020

 

Click here for complete information about the Call for Papers.

 

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