Entrepreneurship, Innovation, Responsible Management, and Sustainable Economic Development.
Submissions to the Cyrus Chronicle Journal (CCJ) should be no more than 7000 words and are subject to certain standard tests. Authors should email manuscripts in Microsoft Word format (not as latex or PDF) to Editor@Cyrusik.org
To ensure compliance with the journal double-blind peer review process, authors should remove identifying information in the body of the paper. In addition, authors should remove identifying information from the document’s body and properties. Below is only a RECOMMENDED organizational format for a paper.
Asgary, Nader and Li, G. (2015). ”Corporate Social Responsibility: Its Economic Impact and Link to the Bullwhip Effect” Journal of Business Ethics, 81, 1, 223–234.
Walle H. Alf (2017). “Diversity and Equity in the Middle East: Beyond Anomie and Dysfunction,” Cyrus Chronicle Journal: Contemporary Economic and Management Studies in Asia and Africa, Vol. 2, 1, 21-33. https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Byz00Q28_ia9NV9vMTdicGRjUXc/view.
Financial Times. (1996). “Survey – Czech Republic: Message from the people. December 6, 3.
Stiglitz, Joseph E. (2006). Making Globalization Work. W. W. Norton.
Tagi Sagafi-nejad, in collaboration with John H. Dunning (2008). The UN and Transnational Corporations: From Code of Conduct to Global Compact (Indiana University Press for the UN Intellectual History Project).
Rainey, Hal G. (2014). Understanding and Managing Public Organizations. Jossey-Bass.
Authors, Reviewers and Editors of the Cyrus Chronicle Journal (CCJ) are encouraged to read the journal policies outlined below. Any questions or concerns should be addressed to the Editor‐in‐Chief or the Associate Editors.
Cyrus Chronicle Journal (CCJ) follows the Core Practices and Principles of Transparency and Best Practices in Scholarly Publishing established by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), at www.publicationethics.org.
Author fees: There are no submission or publication fees.
Publishing schedule: CCJ publishes two issues per year. Each issue consists of 3-5 articles.
ISSN: 2573-5691 (Online)
It is the responsibility of the author(s) to obtain all necessary and required copyright permissions for the use of third-party materials such as figures, tables, photographs, illustrations, trade literature and data, in their manuscript. These permissions must be included with the submission, when applicable.
Archiving – All the submitted manuscripts are archived.
When submitting a manuscript to CCJ, authors agree that:
– CCJ permits any users to read, download, copy, distribute, print, or link to its articles for scientific research, only. Users should explicitly cite the author(s) and the journal complete citation. Below is an example for citation.
El Jadidi, Jalila, Asgary, Nader and Weiss, Joseph (2017). “Cultural and Institutional Barriers for Western Educated Entrepreneurs in Morocco”, Cyrus Chronicle Journal: Contemporary Economic and Management Studies in Asia and Africa, Vol. 2, 2, 61-75. https://www.cyrusik.org/ccj/ccj-v2-a6/
– CCJ reserves the right to retract any article that has major scientific mistakes that invalidate the results of the manuscript’s conclusions. For example, if there is clear evidence that article results are untrustworthy because of misconduct such as data fabrication or unintended errors in estimations or calculations, the article will be retracted.
The CCJ follows a double-blind review process. The reviewers and the author(s) are anonymous. Only the Editor-in-Chief or an Associate Editor may know the names and affiliations of both parties. The Editor-in-Chief or the Associate Editor conducts an initial screening of any submitted paper to determine the relevance and alignment of the research topic to the journals scope, and communicates with the author(s). Authors receive comprehensive feedback within a period of up to six (6) months.
The Editor-in-Chief or Associate Editor will follow the guidelines published by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE). The Editor-in-Chief or Associate Editor will investigate the complaint thoroughly by collecting the relevant facts and evaluating different options for addressing the complaint. Once the complaint investigation is completed, the Editor-in-Chief or Associate Editor will decide on a course of action and provide feedback to the complainant. CCJ pledges to act timely and appropriately to converge to an ethical solution.