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Student Journal Publishing Opportunities – BUSINESS and ECONOMICS

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Journal NameDiscipline(s)Description
Journal for Global Business and Community (JGBC/ CUIBE)BusinessMultidisciplinary Business focus: functional dimensions of global business organizations and behavior, relationships between businesses & the global economy with the political, social, cultural, economic, legal, technological, and ethical issues from the relationships
e-journal
Published bi-annually (April and December)
Submissions: opinion piece, firm/industry report, current events – rolling submissions, check guidelines under “About” section
Contact: chuckcross525@gmail.com
Michigan Journal of BusinessBusinessPublished bi-annually
run by undergraduate students at the University of Michigan
accepted into the Directories of Open Access Journals (DOAJ)
Multidisciplinary focus: Accounting, Economics, Finance, Marketing, Management, Operations Management, Information Systems, Business Law, Corporate Ethics, and Public Policy
See guidelines
Contact: mjbquestions@umich.edu
Undergraduate Business and Economics Research Journal (UBERJ)BusinessPeer-Reviewed
Focus: accounting, economics, finance, marketing, management, business law, corporate ethics, information systems, operations management
Submissions: see guidelines for formatting, submit to uberjournal@berry.edu
Contact: uberjournal@berry.edu, allie.lefeuvre@vikings.berry.edu, tcarnes@berry.edu
Cambridge Undergraduate Journal of Development Economics- PIXELEconomicsSubmissions: Guidelines (http://server10.megacp.com/~pixelcom/JournalGuidelines.pdf), submit to pixelthejournal@gmail.com, independent work – papers, essays, theses, articles previously submitted in a course are allowed (must have received a grade of A- or better)
Focus: economic development
Opus1EconomicsOnline Journal
Submissions: killer apps (summary of a real-world example that applies economic concepts), scholarly papers, economic encounters (short summary of a personal experience that that has economic concepts) – see guidelines for submission
Contact: kkfung@memphis.edu
Issues in Political Economy- Undergraduate Student Research in Economics (IPE)EconomicsPeer-Reviewed
Overviewed by University of Mary Washington and Elon University faculty
Submissions: pertains to some aspect of economics, written during undergraduate, has a faculty sponsor, guidelines: http://www.elon.edu/e-web/students/ipe/authorinfo.xhtml
Preferences: [submissions should be] analytical or seek to add new understanding to economics
Published each July, deadlines every January
UCLA Undergraduate Journal of EconomicsEconomicsRun by undergraduate students of UCLA
Focus: economics, business, public policy
Guidelines: http://www.uclaeconjournal.com/submissions/, email submissions to submissions@uclaeconjournal.com
Deadline in December
SS-AAEA Journal of Agricultural EconomicsEconomicsPublished annually – in the Student section of the American Agricultural Economics Association
Focus: agricultural economics written by undergraduate students
Peer-Reviewed
Submissions: must have a faculty advisor, should be research oriented, using data, theory, or previous literature to address an important agricultural topic, submit to bailey.norwood@okstate.edu
Guidelines: http://asp.okstate.edu/baileynorwood/Misc2/SubInst.htm
UER: Undergraduate Economic ReviewEconomicsPeer-Reviewed
Supported by Illinois Wesleyan University, Dept. of Economics
Must create an account, choose appropriate link (on http://digitalcommons.iwu.edu/submit_research.html in order to see guidelines and upload work)

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