Turkish Journal of Business Ethics is an international scientific journal for the publication of research and studies covering all aspects of business ethics and related issues. The journal’s aim is to facilitate both international and interdisciplinary scientific and clinical communication, to strengthen the links between scientific research and management policy in Turkey, and to stimulate and enhance the quality of debate. Representing an interdisciplinary forum for the exchange of recent data and expert opinions, it reflects the importance of a comprehensive approach to the business ethics in Turkey.
Turkish Journal of Business Ethics publishes peer-reviewed research reports on business ethics, bringing together research conducted within a variety of disciplines. Articles include theoretical, philosophical, and political essays; research papers; research on ethical behaviors, case reports, and historical research related to any business ethics issues. In addition to original research, the journal features both articles and book reviews.
Studies that clearly contribute to the current knowledge of business ethics, its effects in business, institutions, and society, social policy are given priority. Scholarly commentaries on topical issues and systematic reviews are also encouraged.
Turkish Journal of Business Ethics is the official, peer-reviewed, international journal of Turkish Entrepreneurship and Business Ethics Association (IGIAD). IGIAD is a non-governmental organization working on the areas of business ethics and entrepreneurship. IGIAD aims to spread awareness to improve current business ethics, promote entrepreneurship, and raise ethical consciousness in the society and especially in the business world. IGIAD questions the provisions of a market by illegitimating immoral businesses; it works to construct a rights-centered business. IGIAD endeavors to spread the fair division of lawful (halal) earnings. Meanwhile it supports, guides, offers a role model to entrepreneurs who would abide by these principles, thus re-establish a solidarity axis in the business.
Authors are encouraged to submit manuscripts electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org. Electronic submissions should be sent as email attachments in .doc or .docx format. Work submitted for potential inclusion in this journal must be a completed manuscript that adheres to Turkish Journal of Business Ethics submission requirements, found on the journal’s website: http://isahlakidergisi.com/en
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