Affirm Journal of Industrial and Business Management

Affirm Journal of Industrial and Business Management is an international and peer-reviewed journal with an intercontinental advisory board. The journal documents the professional’s interest in any areas that connect to industrial and business management. The focus of the journal is on theories and practice in management information systems, decision support systems, human factors, ergonomics and safety, operations management, planning, scheduling, and project management, and optimization theory and applications. The editorial board of the Affirm Journal of Industrial and Business Management invites authors to submit original papers, empirical studies, case studies and review papers to the journal. At Affirm Journal of Industrial and Business Management, we expect the authors to abide Principles of Transparency and Best Practice in Scholarly Publishing suggested by The Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), the Open Access Scholarly Publishers Association (OASPA), and Scopus.

Scope and Focus

Accounting Information Systems
Accounting, Auditing and Taxation
Business Economics
Business Intelligence and Strategy
Computational Intelligence
Decision Support Systems
Facilities Planning and Materials Handling
Finance and Investment
General Business Research
Human Factors, Ergonomics and Safety
Human Resources Management
Industrial Engineering and Management
Information Management
Information Management and Applications
Innovation, Technology Management
Management Information Systems
Manufacturing, Control and Automation
Marketing Theory and Applications
Modeling and Simulation of Industrial and Business Systems
Operations Management
Operations Research
Optimization Theory and Applications
Organization Studies
Planning, Scheduling, and Project Management
Production, Inventory Management, and Logistics
Reliability, Quality Management
Risk Management
Transportation, Supply Chain Management

Editor in chief

Dr. Loghman

Abstracting and Indexing

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