Hampton University

The Journal of Business and Finance Research

About the Journal

The Journal of Business and Finance Research is a refereed academic journal of the business disciplines. The Journal targets the broad area of research work in the field of management, finance, accounting and other business related fields. The first issue of the Journal was published in the Spring of 2009.

The primary, but not exclusive, audience of this journal would be academicians, graduate students, industry managers and others who are interested in business research. The main criterion for publication in The Journal of Business and Finance Research is the significance of the contribution an article would make to the literature, business practices, or discipline related pedagogy.

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Hampton University School of Business

Hampton University, a distinguished institution of higher education, is located in Hampton, Virginia. The university was established in 1868. It is a privately endowed, co-educational, nonsectarian institution of higher education accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, and the Department of Education of the Commonwealth of Virginia. The School of Business enrolls 850 plus undergraduate and 100 plus graduate students and has a highly qualified full-time faculty of approximately 30, 80 percent of whom have earned their doctoral or terminal degree. The mission of the school is to prepare students for positions of leadership and ownership in a global society. The School has instituted a very successful five-year MBA program with emphasis on character and leadership building. The School of Business seeks to promote, among faculty and students, the value-creating attitudes associated with entrepreneurship, an uncompromising commitment to the highest ethical standards, and recognition of the benefits diversity brings to the work place.