Aims and Scope

To focus on emerging issues of business and administrative sciences with emphasis on South Asian region.

To become an internationally indexed journal of interest to research scholars, business professionals, govt officials and policy managers.

 Objectives and Scope:
Being the official Journal of the Center for Business Research and Consulting, Institute of Business Management and Administrative Sciences, The Islamia University of Bahawalpur Pakistan, the South Asian Review of Business and Administrative Studies (SABAS) aims to be a double-blind peer reviewed international journal with South Asian as well as international reputation for publishing original and innovative studies in the area of business management and administrative sciences. The South Asian Review of Business and Administrative Studies (SABAS) aims to add to the understanding of the business management and administratie sciences with a particular emphasis on South Asia.
The Journal aims to stimulate dialogue between academics and policy makers. Accordingly, articles should be presented in a form where technical considerations come together with explanations and intuition.The SABAS will focus on various aspects of theory and practices of business and administrative sciences in the South Asian context: Pakistan, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal and Sri Lanka. The intellectual contributions of the Journal aim at enhancing the existing knowledge of business management and administrative sciences. The SARBAS aims to be one of the most sought after business and administrative sciences research entity welcoming contributions from research scholars, faculty members, business managers, practitioners and govt officials.

The audience of SABAS are business professionals, public policy managers and intellectually advanced audience i.e. research scholars in the areas of business management and administrative sciences. Hence we expect all contributions to be of rigorous intellectual clarity with well-contextualized literature and easily understood by a wide audience.

We consider for publication original theoretical and empirical contributions in business (all areas), adminsitrative sciences, public administration, governance and related fields as shared below:

  • Finance
  • Marketing
  • Management
  • Public Administration
  • Governance
  • Technology Management
  • International Business
  • Business and Society
  • Tourism and Hospitality
  • Entrepreneurship and Innovation
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Sustainable Business Strategies