The Osmania Journal of International Business Studies (OJIBS), started in 2006 and is the bi-annual publication of the Department of Commerce, Osmania University, Hyderabad. It is a double blind peer reviewed referred Journal and is listed with ISSN number 00973-5372 with a global impart factor 0.58. The Journal aims to publish the quality research papers in the broad area of Commerce, Business Management with international business exposures. It strives very hard to publish high quality research papers. It also maintains highest standard pertaining publication ethic values relating Plagiarism, Fabrication, Falsification, Simultaneous submission, Duplication and Copy rights.
OJIBS follows well defined publication and ethics policy of Committee On Publication Ethics (COPE) and Plagiarism guidelines of University Grants Commission (UGC) guidelines relating to Plagiarism. It follows vigorously a well defined double blind peer- review process. The Department of Commerce, OU eminent professors are internal reviewers and external reviewers are drawn from across the country and it has more than 300 subscriber from across the country. It publishes only original research papers, book reviews and case studies. It publishes in English only
OJIBS is the bi-annual research publication of the Department of Commerce, OsmaniaUniversity, Hyderabad.The journal is aimed to publish the research papers in thebroad areas of Business Environment, Finance, International Business & Trade, Economics, Commerce and Business Management. It is a double blind peer reviewed refereed journal and is listed in ISSN.
The OJIBS attaches importance to the oretical, empirical, applied and interdisciplinary studies in the aforesaid areas. Priority will be given to papers with an international outlook. The OJIBS provides a platform for across-section of people including researchers, academicians, traders, policy makers and practitioner’s for sharing the ideas, opinions, and discussions on various issues related to the above said areas. The OJIBS publishes original research papers, book reviews, and data pertaining to the above said areas. The views, expressions, observations and interpretations made in the journal are those of the individual authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the OJIBS.