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Authors are invited to submit original research articles within the broad scope of the Journal. Please use the following guidelines.
  1. Please submit an electronic copy of your paper to the Editor-in Chief as a Microsoft .doc file. There is no need to mail a hard copy by normal postal mail. If needed, you will be requested to mail a hard copy.
  2. Manuscripts, written in English, should be double-spaced with one-inch margin on all four sides.
  3. The manuscript should be formatted to make it suitable for double-blind refereeing.
  4. A brief abstract (maximum 100 words) should be included at the beginning of the manuscript, followed by (maximum six) keywords. Keywords will be used for indexing and identifying suitable reviewers.
  5. Footnotes should not be used unless absolutely necessary.
  6. It is assumed that each submitted manuscript is original and has neither been published nor is being simultaneously considered by another Journal.
  7. There is no paper submission fee.
  8. The authors are required to seek written approvals from original authors if any copyrighted materials are used.
  9. Submission of a manuscript automatically implies that no copyrights have been violated. Upon acceptance of the manuscript, all rights would be transferred to the publisher.
  10. The articles should be preferably limited to 20 pages in length.
  11. References should be numbered and written in alphabetical order of the last name (surname) of the first author. Works of the same author should be arranged in the increasing order of the publication date. All references should quote the complete titles of Journals and books. In the text, references should be cited by the reference number placed within square brackets.



Smith D. K. and Marteau, T. M. (1995) 'How to Get Higher Grades', The Journal of Grading, 4(3), pp133-136.


Sharp, J. A. and Howard, K. (1996) The Management of a Project, 2nd ed., Aldershot, Gower.
Jones, D. (1998) 'My Favourite Chapter', in Murray, T. (ed), A Book of Readings, London, McGraw Hill.

Conference Papers

Chan, H. S. (2000) Developing a Hypothesis, Third International Conference on Learning and Teaching, University of Chicago, Dublin.

Web Sites

For electronic sources: if available online the full URL should be supplied at the end of the reference, as well as a date that the resource was accessed.
Castle, B. (2005), "Introduction to web services for remote portlets", available at:, accessed 11/12/07.
Voluntary Service Organisation (2005) The Meaning of Work, Voluntary Service Organisation,, accessed 23/07/05. (2005), using alphabetical suffixes to the date if there is more than one reference for the same year (e.g. 2005a).


  1. The Editor-in-Chief will make an initial determination of the suitability of the manuscript. Papers, which lack clarity in presentation or are clearly outside the scope of the Journal, will not be sent for review.
  2. The Editor-in-Chief will send the manuscript to at least two competent reviewers or to an Associate Editor who then will send manuscript to reviewers.
  3. Based on the recommendations by the reviewers, the Editor-in-Chief will either determine whether the manuscript should be accepted, rejected, or revised; or will consult further with additional reviewers.
  4. The Editor-in-Chief reserves the right to make the final decision on any submission.


  1. For manuscripts in need of revision, authors will be requested to revise their manuscript and resubmit the revised version within six month. Revisions submitted after six months will be treated as new submissions.
  2. The authors should clearly illustrate their responses to the reviewer's comments.
  3. An electronic copy of the revised manuscript should be submitted to the Editor-in-Chief.
An electronic copy of the revised manuscript should be submitted to the Editor-in-Chief.


After a manuscript is accepted, the authors will be required to format the paper using the following guidelines:

  1. Names and affiliations of all authors should be listed immediately after the title of the article. An abstract (maximum 100 words) and a list of keywords (not exceeding six) should be included.
  2. Authors will also be requested to provide a computer diskette with the text of the final paper on MS WORD and PDF.
  3. Brief biographies (100 words maximum) of each author should be enclosed.
  4. Galley-proofs will be sent to the submitting author. Corrections should be made within one week. Major modifications cannot be made at this stage. Authors will be charged for extensive corrections in the proof-stage.

All correspondence should be addressed to the Editor-in-Chief:
Dr. Mukesh Srivastava
Editor-in-Chief, IJGMS and IJGMSP
Association of Global Management Studies
11807 Clifton Lane
Fredericksburg, Virginia 22408
USA or