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International Journal of Business Research Management (IJBRM)
An International peer-review journal operated under CSC-OpenAccess Policy.
ISSN - 2180-2165
Published - Bi-Monthly   |   Established - 2010   |   Year of Publication - 2024

SUBMISSION
May 31, 2024

NOTIFICATION
June 30, 2024

PUBLICATION
July 31, 2024

    
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Expected SUBMISSION Date
May 31, 2023
 
Expected NOTIFICATION Date
July 31, 2023
 
Expected PUBLICATION Date
August 31, 2023
 
 
 
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IJBRM SPECIAL ISSUE

What Does 'The New Normal' Mean For Business Anyway? (SIBRM12)
 
GUEST EDITORS
Dr. Andromahi Kufo (andromahikufo@unyt.edu.al)
   University of New York Tirana (Albania)
Dr. Vehap Kola (vehapkola@unyt.edu.al)
   University of New York Tirana (Albania)
Dr. Santiago Gutierrez Broncano (santiago.gutierrez@uclm.es)
   University of Castilla - La Mancha (Spain)
Dr. Rocco Frondizi (rocco.frondizi@uniroma2.it)
   University of Rome “Tor Vergata” (Italy)
 
DETAILS
AIM OF THE SPECIAL ISSUE
New challenges have been shaping today’s society causing increased awareness in individuals and organizations(Godfray et al., 2011; Howard-Grenville et al., 2014). Situations including climate change, poverty, hunger, and digitalization have been bolded while more emerging ones like COVID-19 and the Ukraine war have arised(He and Harris, 2020). The transition to a “new normal” has set newdiscussion points requiring adjustment and resilience as well as shaping new organizational behaviors(Clauß et al., 2022; Chesbrough, 2020).

There is an immense interest to explore the transitional process in organizational functioning, where together with the challenges, opportunities are being explored. According to the level of adjustment and implementation scale, new business models arise and new fields of studying their behaviors also can be analyzed(Raghavan et al., 2021) . Either leaders or followers in innovation, structural changes, and business models, organizations are a good resource for research, study, and analysis. Understanding their behavior changes makes us also more updated and better prepared for future challenges.

The 2nd Conference on Business Research and Management (CBR&M) aims to discuss the most important business and organizational implications of this "new normal" and the future challenges that public and private organizations will face in the coming years.

LIST OF TOPICS
Theoretical, conceptual, and empirical contributions in the field of business research and management linked to, but not limited to, the following topics are welcomed:

* Business modeling and planning
* Change management
* Corporate finance and investments
* Big data and business analytics
* Innovation and technology management
* Business Ethics
* Corporate governance and accountability
* Corporate social responsibility
* Human and intellectual capital management
* Accounting, auditing and budgeting
* Financial analysis and reporting
* International management
* Public management and governance