About the Journal
Business Review of Digital Revolution (BRDR) is a peer-reviewed journal that aims to engage both academicians and practitioners. All papers submitted to BRDR will undergo a minimum of double-blind refereeing. The journal publishes both theoretical and empirical research papers, covering all major research fields in business management, Semi-Annually. The journal welcomes robust, evidence-based empirical studies and results-focused case studies that share research in product development and illuminate best practices. BRDR aims to provide an interdisciplinary view of business management with respect to the digital revolution. BRDR operates under the auspices of the Institute of Collaborative Learning (Private) Limited., which is registered under Section 16 of the Companies Act, 2017 (XIX of 2017), Pakistan. BRDR is committed to promoting excellence in research and advancing the frontiers of knowledge in the digital era of the business revolution and related fields. The scope of the journal is grounded in the digital revolution of business management. The journal's scope covers, but is not limited to, the following areas:
- Digital Transformation of Businesses: The journal might explore how businesses are adapting to the digital age, including the use of technologies like cloud computing, big data, artificial intelligence, and the internet of things.
- Digital Marketing and E-commerce: The journal might cover topics related to digital marketing strategies, online advertising, social media marketing, and e-commerce trends.
- Digital Entrepreneurship and Innovation: The journal might focus on the ways that digital technologies are enabling new business models and disrupting traditional industries.
- Digital Ethics and Governance: The journal might examine ethical and regulatory issues related to the use of digital technologies in business, including data privacy, cybersecurity, and algorithmic bias.
- Digital Workforce and Organizational Culture: The journal might explore how businesses are managing digital teams and creating organizational cultures that are adaptable to the fast-paced, technology-driven business environment.
Frequency: Business Review of Digital Revolution is published Semi-Annually, and each issue contains a mix of original research articles, review papers, case studies, and commentaries that cover a wide range of topics related to business management in the digital era.
Access: The journal is an open-access publication, which means that all articles are freely available online to readers without any subscription or paywall barriers. This policy ensures that the research published in this journal is accessible to a global audience, regardless of their location or financial resources.
Publishing Charges: The journal does not charge any article processing fees (APCs) or submission fees from authors, and all articles are published free of charge to readers. However, to cover the costs of editorial and production expenses, the journal relies on financial support from institutions, organizations, and individuals who believe in the value of open-access publishing.
Peer Review Process: All manuscripts submitted to the journal are subject to a rigorous and transparent peer review process, which involves at least two independent reviewers who are experts in the relevant field. The review process is double-blind, meaning that the reviewers do not know the identity of the authors, and the authors do not know the identity of the reviewers.
The review process is designed to ensure that all published articles meet high standards of quality, relevance, and originality. Reviewers are asked to provide constructive feedback and recommendations to authors, and to evaluate the manuscripts based on criteria such as scientific merit, research methodology, theoretical and empirical contributions, and clarity of writing.
The editorial team makes the final decision on whether to accept or reject a manuscript, taking into account the reviewers' comments and the authors' responses. We aim to provide authors with a timely and constructive review process, and to promote a culture of fairness, transparency, and academic integrity in all our editorial practices.