Journal Description

 Basic information

 

 

The Journal for International Business Ethics (JIBE) opens up a platform to bridge the gap between theory and practice in Corporate Social Responsibility and business ethics theory and practice. JIBE opens a platform for scholars, business practitioners, and government officials to share research, perspectives, and action proposals. JIBE concentrates on the topic of international business ethics with a special focus on the Asian context.
The Center for International Business Ethics (located at the University of International Business and Economics in Beijing, China,) funds and produces JIBE in cooperation with Seton Hall University (South Orange, New Jersey, USA,) and the American Scholar's Press (Atlanta, Georgia, USA.)

 

 

ISSN: 0001-9720 /E-ISSN:1750-0184

Coverage

 

 
The Globethics.net library is in the process of gathering all the articles of Journal for International Business Ethics (JIBE) from 2008 (1/1) - current (8/1).
 
 

 

Copyright

 

 
CIBE hopes to extend the outreach, accessibility and recognition of JIBE through its partnership with Globethics.net, a global network of persons and institutions interested in various fields of applied ethics. CIBE will upload all the articles published in JIBE individually on our own server and provide a deep‐link of this content to Globethics.net. Uploaded articles can be accessible by Globethics.net library users. Globethics.net will clearly indicate the source of this content (author, publisher, name of the journal, issue, year) and will not use any article for commercial gain or modify the content in any way without authorization, and the copyright remains with the holder. By submitting to JIBE, you grant CIBE permission to upload your published article to Globethics.net.
 
 

 

Submissions

 

 
If you wish to contribute articles to the Journal of International Business Ethics, please check the guidelines here.
 
 

 

Website of Journal for International Business Ethics

Subjects GlobeEthicsLib

  • Economic ethics
    • Business ethics