Introductory text for Southwestern Business Administration Journal.
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The Southwestern Business Administration Journal (SBAJ) is a refereed publication. The aim of this journal is to provide a forum for current thoughts, techniques, theories, issues, trends, and innovations in teaching and learning within the business administration field. Its general focus is to enhance the teaching and learning process. The SBAJ is published in spring and fall of every year. All manuscripts submitted to the journal will be subject to a double-blind referee process. Manuscript authors are encouraged to submit their manuscript in ELECTRONIC format via the Submit Article button to the right.
Current Issue: Volume 16, Issue 1 (2017)
Leveraging Decision Making in Cyber Security Analysis through Data Cleaning
Chen Zhong, Hong Liu, and Awny Alnusair
Implications of social media use on instruction and student learning: An exploratory study
Desai Mayur and Lucy Ojode
Four Imperatives Driving Business Schools to Adopt Mobile Content Delivery
Toni P. Mulvaney, Frank J. Cavaliere, and Melissa M. Baldo