CALL FOR PAPERS FOR A SPECIAL ISSUE OF LABUAN BULLETIN OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS & FINANCE:
COVID-19 AND ITS IMPACT ON THE ECONOMIC, BUSINESS, AND SOCIETY
AIMS & SCOPE
Labuan Bulletin of International Business & Finance (LBIBf) offers platform for researchers and practitioners to share their findings and analytical views on issues relevant to international business and finance, both in their general and specific contexts. We welcome submission of original articles pertaining to business, banking, finance, marketing, management, economics, information technology, e-commerce, law and other topics that related to phenomenon of international business and finance. The journal is fully refereed, with all published articles undergoing a blind peer-review process of greatest integrity. We accept articles from any country of origin, but should hold interest for broad readerships. The readership includes business and finance practitioners, scholars, researchers, policy makers and graduate students.
Authors should refer to “Notes to Contributors” for preparation of manuscript. Submission of a manuscript to LBIBf will be held to imply that it presents original unpublished work and is not under consideration for publication elsewhere at the same time. Responsibility for opinions and accuracy of information in articles published, needless to say, rests solely with the respective authors. Submission is free of charge. Submission via email is strongly encouraged. Manuscripts will not be returned to authors. All manuscripts and editorial correspondence (preferably via email) should be addressed to:
Labuan Bulletin of International Business & Finance
Labuan Faculty of International Finance
Universiti Malaysia Sabah
87000 F.T. Labuan, Malaysia
LBIBf is published annually by Labuan Faculty of International Finance, Universiti Malaysia Sabah. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored or transmitted in any forms (electronic, mechanical, photocopying and recording) without prior written permission of the publisher. The LBIBf is indexed and abstracted in Google Scholar, EconLit (American Economic Association), Malaysian Citation Index (MyCite), Cabell's Directory and Ebscohost.