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Appreciation and Expectations

Appreciation and Expectations Editorial Dr. Narendra C. Bhandari, Professor of Management at Pace Uni­ versity, has resigned as Editor-and-Chief of the American Journal of Small Business (AJSB). The resignation grew out of his disagreement with the publisher's research-based decision to adopt a new editorial policy, permitting publication of refereed and invited articles authored by scholars, owner-managers, government people, bankers, corporate execu­ tives,studentsl association executives and others having significant and meaningful involvement with small business. Dr. Bhandari was in the forefront of the American .Journal of Small Business. He began his tenure as Editor-in-Chief, while serving on the faculty, of the University ..ofBaltimore School of -Business.· This was 'a difficult undertaking that represents a monumental achievement. For this, the University of Baltimore, the AJSB referees and staff, and the entire small business community are deeply appreciative. Our thanks to Dr. Bhandari includes assurance to him, and AJSB people, that inclusion of scholarly articles will be a key element in our editorial policy and practice. Accordingly, Dr. Bhandari's critical and valuable contributions to the birth and continuing existence of the American Journal of Small Business Will always enjoy our sincere appreciation, The departure of Dr. Bhandari presents the AJSB with challenges, opportunities, and, of http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png American Journal of Small Business SAGE

Appreciation and Expectations

American Journal of Small Business , Volume 5 (3): 2 – Jan 1, 1981

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Publisher
SAGE
Copyright
© 1981 SAGE Publications
ISSN
0363-9428
eISSN
1540-6520
DOI
10.1177/104225878100500302
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Abstract

Editorial Dr. Narendra C. Bhandari, Professor of Management at Pace Uni­ versity, has resigned as Editor-and-Chief of the American Journal of Small Business (AJSB). The resignation grew out of his disagreement with the publisher's research-based decision to adopt a new editorial policy, permitting publication of refereed and invited articles authored by scholars, owner-managers, government people, bankers, corporate execu­ tives,studentsl association executives and others having significant and meaningful involvement with small business. Dr. Bhandari was in the forefront of the American .Journal of Small Business. He began his tenure as Editor-in-Chief, while serving on the faculty, of the University ..ofBaltimore School of -Business.· This was 'a difficult undertaking that represents a monumental achievement. For this, the University of Baltimore, the AJSB referees and staff, and the entire small business community are deeply appreciative. Our thanks to Dr. Bhandari includes assurance to him, and AJSB people, that inclusion of scholarly articles will be a key element in our editorial policy and practice. Accordingly, Dr. Bhandari's critical and valuable contributions to the birth and continuing existence of the American Journal of Small Business Will always enjoy our sincere appreciation, The departure of Dr. Bhandari presents the AJSB with challenges, opportunities, and, of

Journal

American Journal of Small BusinessSAGE

Published: Jan 1, 1981

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