NeilsonJournals Publishing specializes in the production of international academic education journals for university business schools and management departments worldwide in the following subject areas at upper undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate levels: Business Ethics, International Business, Operations Management, and Organizational Behavior. Each journal focuses primarily on the subject area as per a stand-alone course, and also includes closely related subjects and where the subject is taught within other management course titles. It is dedicated to the publication of rigorously peer reviewed teaching materials of international standard and uses the preferred journal format in order to facilitate the dissemination of individual case studies, lectures and teaching articles, and survey and education research articles.
Each of the journals has carefully selected teams of editors and editorial review boards from top business schools and universities around the globe. All submissions are double blind reviewed to ensure only the highest academic standards are upheld in the review process. The teams of editors are also dymamic in developing the aims and scopes of the journals to keep them abreast of new teaching within the given subject areas. Close management of turnaround ensures that the content of the journals is up-to-date and brings leading teaching materials and strategies into the classroom rapidly.
These innovative teaching journals (textbookjournals) are aimed at the international community, both academic and managerial, and enable university professors, professional instructors and managers to draw upon a broad portfolio of published materials to help reach and enhance the objectives of their specific courses and training modules. The teaching and education materials are readily available online in e-Journal format as full-text downloadable PDF files to subscribers. Hard copies of volumes are printed annually. Subscriptions are set at readily affordable levels for users at both institutional and personal levels with attractive royalty rates assigned to contributors to the journals.