Business systems and economic research deals with the study of various streams of the business models that are broadly conceived to generate new insights into the societal embeddedness of firms in the entire globe and the consequences of such embeddedness on managerial and business processes, structures, and outcomes. This field particularly emphasizes aspects like organizational culture and behaviour, human resource management, financial management, organizational culture and Communication, Leadership and strategic planning etc. Extensive research in these fields provides instant and continuous information on the latest trends and developments in this field.

We welcome studies that are written by researchers and practitioners. The topics related to this journal include but are not limited to: Accounting, Accounting scholarship, Advertising, Banking, Barter, Big business, Business, Business model design, Business plan,  Business process modeling, Business reference model, Business rule, Capitalism, Change management analyst, Collective bargaining, Commerce, Commercial law, Companies, Company, Competition, Competitive advantage, Core competency, Corporate law, Corporation, Cost overrun, Debenture, E-business, Economic democracy, Economics, Electronic business, Electronic commerce, Entrepreneurship, Equity investment, Finance, Financial economics, Franchising, Government ownership, Growth platforms, Human Resources, Industrial and labour relations, Industry, Information systems, Insurance, Intellectual property, Interim Management, International trade, Investment, Investment management, Job creation program, Labour economics, Labour history, Management, Manufacturing, Marketing, Organizational Behavior.

Articles are welcome in the mode of an original research, review article, case report, short communication, perspective, mini review and commentaries. Approval of at least two independent reviewers along with editor approval is essential for acceptance of any submitted manuscript.