The ACBSP Scholar-Practitioner Publications Committee is proud to release the fifth volume of The Transnational Journal of Business. The five articles selected underwent an extensive double-blind, peer-reviewed process before
being accepted for publication. They include:
TJB Vol. 5 is available for free download. Printed copies are also available for $10 (including S&H); contact ACBSP to order.
Selected essays are under review and will become part of a special issue of the Transnational Journal of Business (TJB) to be published this fall.
The Transnational Journal of Business archives can be found here. Digital copies are free to download. Printed copies are $10 (including S&H); contact ACBSP to order.
The Journal solicits papers through an Open Call for Papers format. However, it includes an emphasis on the current theme of the upcoming ACBSP Conference 2021, which is, Developing Business Leaders for a Better Tomorrow.
December 15 is the deadline to submit a paper for consideration in Vol. 6, published in June 2021.
The mission of the TJB is to provide a forum for a dialogue to advance teaching excellence through research across the disciplines in business. To this end, the TJB welcomes manuscripts from all ACBSP individual members. The goal is to facilitate a linkage
between teaching and research at member institutions.
Focus & Scope
The Transnational Journal of Business (TJB) is a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary and international journal published by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). The TJB publishes manuscripts that link
teaching and research to enhance student learning outcomes. More specifically, the Journal is interested in interdisciplinary research that promotes teaching excellence in the various academic disciplines of business to include
all theoretical and applied domains.
Dr. Justin Matus, Managing Editor of Transnational Journal of Business, joined ACBSP in August 2016. He is based in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania.
Dr. Matus is an associate professor at the Sidhu School of Business at Wilkes University, Wilkes-Barre, PA. Dr. Matus has served as an ACBSP accreditation team member and chair of several site visits. He has also successfully mentored several schools
through the ACBSP accreditation process and he is also an experienced Middle States evaluator.
Dr. Matus has been an active participant in ACBSP Region 2 for approximately 10 years. He is a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives and serves on the Board of Trustees at Wilkes-Barre General Hospital. He previously served on the Cincinnati
Board of Health and also served as president of the Mid America Health Care Executives, St. Louis. Prior to his academic career, he served as a commissioned officer in the United States Marine Corps and the United States Navy.
Contact Dr. Justin Matus