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Twenty-Five Years of the (Mid-)American Journal of Business


  • Joshua Doane
  • Judy A. Lane
  • Michael J. Pisani


Volume 25 celebrates the 25th year of publication for the American Journal of Business (AJB). Launched by eight MAC schools of business in March 1986, the Journal has featured more than 700 authors who have contributed more than 330 research articles at the intersection of theory and practice. From accounting to marketing, management to finance, the Journal prominently covers the breadth of the business disciplines as a general business outlet intended for both practitioners and academics. As the Journal reaches out beyond the MAC in sponsorship, authorship, and readership, we assess the Journal’s first quarter century of impact.

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  • Joshua Doane & Judy A. Lane & Michael J. Pisani, 2010. "Twenty-Five Years of the (Mid-)American Journal of Business," American Journal of Business, Emerald Group Publishing, vol. 25(2), pages 11-24, October.
  • Handle: RePEc:eme:ajbpps:v:25:y:2010:i:2:p:11-24

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