Aim and Scope

Journal of Research in Administrative Sciences (JRAS) intends to widen its prospects by approaching modern patterns of administrative research. To meet organizational and multidisciplinary research requirements JRAS provides a valuable outlet directed towards academicians, practitioners, policy makers, and researchers around the globe. We concentrate Journal of Research in Administrative Sciences (JRAS) on the subject of administrative issues in related fields from its themes and theories to its core results and application in real-world business & in societies unique scenarios.

The Aim of JRAS is to promote a wide range of methodological approaches and generate discussion on philosophical grounds about administrative research worldwide entailing theoretical & practical underpinning in both business management and public administration. It provides a rapid editorial and review process that follows standardized publishing practices. We make efforts to provide a unifying forum, to timely deliver the solutions for multidisciplinary issues and requirements.

Multidisciplinary does not necessarily imply publishing anything that is written, we accept research with strong theoretical, methodological and analytical rigor. All submissions must explicitly state their contribution to theory, originality, and congruence with the scope of the journal.

Methodologically, JRAS welcomes:

  • Research and conference papers
  • Editorials and letters to editors
  • Literature reviews
  • Quantitative & qualitative manuscripts
  • Conceptual, empirical & case studies
  • Mathematical modeling papers

Topically, JRAS welcomes, a wide range of topics related to business management and public administration, but not limited to:

All topics are sorted alphabetically

Business Management

  • Banking
  • Change Management
  • Corporate Governance
  • Corporate law
  • Economics, Accounting and Finance
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Ethics in Organizations
  • Family Business
  • Human Resource Management & leadership
  • Information Technology
  • Innovation Management
  • International Business
  • Marketing and Management
  • Organizational studies
  • Performance management
  • Policy, Strategy and business development
  • Supply chain, Logistics, and Operations
  • Tourism

Public Administration

  • Comparative Politics
  • E-government
  • Governance
  • Governance structures
  • International Relations
  • Political Science
  • Public management

There are other areas that contribute to the very fabric of business management and public administration, researchers are also encouraged to contribute to the following disciplines:

  • Automation
  • Actuarial studies
  • Behavioral studies
  • Developmental studies
  • Education management
  • Environmental economy
  • Innovation
  • Investment
  • Livestock management
  • Manufacturing
  • Project management
  • Service integration
  • Solid waste management
  • Sustainable development
  • Taxation law
  • Teachers training
  • Teaching management

Special Issue
JRAS also publishes special issues in response to proposals from third parties and our special issue call-for-papers.