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Call for Papers - Southwest Business and Economics Journal (SWBEJ)

Posted By Administration, Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Originally posted in the ACBSP group on LinkedIn, by John Camey, Dean of the School of Business at Cameron University.

Cover of Volume 21 (2013) Edition of the Southwest Business and Economica JournalThe Southwest Business and Economics Journal (SWBEJ), is a peer-reviewed journal published by the Bill W. Burgess, Jr. Business Research Center, School of Business, Cameron University, Lawton, Oklahoma. Articles on a broad range of business and economics topics are invited from faculty in Business and Economics and business professionals. 

The journal solicits articles of high academic standards and research rigor that blends theory with practical research. Priority will be given to subjects dealing with interpretations or new understandings, and solutions to problems faced by business and government leaders. This journal is indexed in Cabell’s Publishing Opportunities in Business and Economics. 

Email Dr. Syed Ahmed ( for submissions guidelines. 


The journal solicits research all-year around; there is no deadline for submissions. The journal accepts manuscripts from all areas of interests to business and economics. To view previous volumes of the SWBEJ, visit the Cameron University Business Research Center website.

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