Pratibimba- The journal of imis
Pratibimba- The Journal of Institute of Management and Information Science started its journey in the year 2001 with focus on promoting knowledge and in-depth research among academic communities around the world. Pratibimba has always been committed to feature academically oriented articles and we hope that the journal will continue to be a forum for carrying on an interdisciplinary dialogue across the various fields of management. Pratibimba has traditionally published articles with a more positivist approach. We continue to invite papers with a quantitative focus. A more substantive interpretation employing qualitative approaches to markets, organizations, economy, accounting, information technology, human resource, business strategies, and policy, ethics, finance, and production processes is also encouraged. We also strongly encourage authors to focus on understanding societal ramifications of corporate and state actions, as it affects stakeholders such as consumers, workers, stockholders, local communities, and the environment. This is a challenging area of inquiry for researchers. Pratibimba, as the name suggests which means shadow will always stay with researchers in the journey of making outstanding contribution to the field of management.
Author Guidelines for Submission of Manuscripts SHOW
Pratibimba solicits original articles, research papers, cases and book reviews on all areas of management studies with special emphasis on contemporary issues from academicians, practitioners, and researchers. The contributors are requested to strictly adhere to the guidelines provided in the following:
List of references should show each citation in alphabetical order as follows:
Chang, A., Fund, A.P., (2001), “Trade size, order imbalance, and volatility volume relation”, Journal of Financial Economics, Vol. 57 Issue 2, pp.247273.
Lyons, R., (2005), IPO valuation mechanism. MIT Press, Cambridge, 2nd edition, ISBN: 81-315-0374-7.
Works in edited collections
Gadhart, C., Ito, T., Payne, X., (1996), one day in June 1993: a study of the working of the Reuters 2000-2 electronic foreign exchange trading system. In: Frankel, J., Galli, G., Giovannini, A. (Eds.), The Microstructure of Foreign Exchange Markets. University of Chicago Press, Chicago. If a reference has more than three authors, only the first name and et al. should appear in the citation. In the list of References, however, all of the names must be shown. Only references cited in the text should appear in the list of References.
Submission Preparation Checklist
As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission’s compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
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Research & Publication Center