Journal of
Leadership, Accountability and Ethics

ISSN: 1913-8059





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Accepting Articles
    The Journal of Leadership, Accountability and Ethics is dedicated to the advancement and dissemination of business and management knowledge by publishing, through a blind, refereed process, ongoing results of research in accordance with international scientific or scholarly standards. Articles are written by business leaders, policy analysts and active researchers for an audience of specialists, practitioners and students. Articles of regional interest are welcome, especially those dealing with lessons that may be applied in other regions around the world.     Research addressing any of the business functions is encouraged as well as those from the non-profit and governmental sectors.    
    Focus of the articles should be on applications and implications of management, leadership, ethics, and governance.  Theoretical articles are welcome as long as there is an applied nature, which is in keeping with the North American Business Press mandate.

Objectives

1. Generate an exchange of ideas between scholars, practitioners and industry specialists
2. Enhance the development of the management and leadership disciplines
3. Acknowledge and disseminate achievement in best business practice and innovative approaches to management, leadership and governance
4. Provide an additional outlet for scholars and experts to contribute their ongoing work in the area of management, leadership and ethics