The Quandary of Serving Multiple Masters: An Institutional Exploratory Analysis of Publishing in Business Law
Notwithstanding published articles on the nature and quality of research and scholarship in practically every other business discipline, to date there has been little systematic evaluation of relevant journals in the business law discipline. This deficiency is due, in part, to the fact that business law may still be described as a developing discipline. Thus, the focus of this article is on delineating the nature of research and scholarship within the business law discipline. Specifically, the publishing practices of business law faculty from academic institutions that were members of the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International), the premier international accrediting body for schools of business, were examined. The comparative perspective developed in this study provides a wide-ranging view of factors related to both the qualitative and quantitative aspects of research and scholarship among business law scholars.
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Robert S. Rubin, John R. Olson, Laura Hartman, and James A. Belohlav, "The Quandary of Serving Multiple Masters: An Institutional Exploratory Analysis of Publishing in Business Law" (December 19, 2004). bepress Legal Series. bepress Legal Series.Working Paper 436.