Welcome to the homepage of the Ahmed Bin Mohamed Journal of Administrative Sciences and Law.

 

The ABMMC Journal of Administrative Sciences and Law (ABMMCJ) is a semi-annual peer-reviewed journal   that publishes high quality articles. It aims to provide a forum for the interchange of ideas, opinions, and research results between  scholars, researchers, educators and practitioners in the field of Business Administration, Management, Accounting, Law, Computer Information Systems and related disciplines.

To fulfill its mission, the Journal seeks original papers , ranging from theoretical foundations  to models.  Submissions fall into three categories:

1.Research papers, which report on theoretical or applied research in the field, and are subject to the traditional criteria for research publications, in terms of relevance, originality, and quality.
2. Survey papers, which are typically written by an expert in a field  to report on the most recent, most relevant developments of a specific field. Survey papers are typically intended for readers who have some familiarity with the field, and are subject to the traditional criteria for such papers, such as exhaustiveness, synthetic depth, credibility, and clarity.
3. Tutorial papers, which are typically written by an expert in a specific field  to introduce this field to a general audience that does not necessarily have prior knowledge of it. Tutorial papers are subject to criteria such as readability, clarity, and credibility.