The Journal of Business & Finance Librarianship is a quarterly, refereed journal covering topics related to business information and business researchers. The focus of the journal is practice-oriented articles, but it also provides an outlet for new empirical studies. In addition to articles, JBFL offers valuable interviews as well as book, database and website reviews.
Recent articles in the Journal of Business & Finance Librarianship have covered topics such as:
- Business Information Literacy
- Citation analysis in business schools
- Instruction videos for business school students and faculty
- Core competencies for Entrepreneurship Librarians
Our core audience is comprised of business librarians working in special libraries, academic libraries, and public libraries as well as business information centers outside of the traditional library setting. The journal is international in scope, reflecting the multinational and international span of the business research community today.
If you have a topic you are interested in researching or writing about or have already written about a topic relevant to business and finance librarianship and are looking for a place to publish your work, please contact JBFL Editor-in-chief Celia Ross at firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information or to submit an article directly, please see the JBFL website here: https://www.tandfonline.com/to