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Journal of Chinese Economic and Business Studies

Doctoral Research Awards for Outstanding Literature Review and Dissertation Research Awards

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About the prize

    Doctoral Research Awards for Outstanding Literature Review

    As part of the commitment to support and celebrate the research excellent in doctoral research, Journal of Chinese Economic and Business Studies (JCEBS) announces the awards for outstanding literature review and encourage submission of survey articles from current PhD students.

    JCEBS publishes current and relevant findings from cutting edge research in economic, business and related issues of China and the rest of the world. It is rated as Q1 in Scimago Journal Ranking and indexed in ABS Journal Quality Guide.

    Submissions are expected to synthesize recent research on timely and important topics of broad interest within the profession in a critical manner. They provide a synthesis of the literature that is covered, discuss the debates, conflicting findings and methodological advances, and point out important unanswered questions and future research directions. Submissions are evaluated by its novelty, rigor and contribution.

    About the prize

    Dissertation Research Awards

    To select and disseminate the finest original academic research of young researchers, Journal of Chinese Economic and Business Studies (JCEBS) announces the awards for outstanding dissertation-based empirical research articles and encourages submissions from current or recently-completed postgraduate students.

    JCEBS publishes current and relevant findings from cutting-edge research on economics, finance, business and related issues of China and the rest of the world. It is rated Q1 in Scimago Journal Ranking and indexed in ABS Journal Quality Guide.

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