Journal submission manual - ASEAN Journal of Management & Innovation [For testing]

The ASEAN Journal of Management & Innovation (AJMI) publishes insightful, original and timely research that describes or potentially impacts management or innovation and that has the potential to be applied in the ASEAN context.

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Call for Papers

ASEAN Journal of Management & Innovation (AJMI), Vol. 2 No. 2

**Submission Deadline 19 October, 2015

AJMI is inviting papers for Vol. 2 No. 2 which is scheduled to be published on December, 2015. An early submission will get preference in case of review and publication process.

For paper submission, go to register as the 'Author' on this website and make a new submission.

AJMI welcomes submissions in all topics related to management, as well as topics related to innovation regardless of discipline or subject area. Manuscripts that are simply literature reviews are generally discouraged. AJMI expects that papers accepted for publication have not been published or presented elsewhere prior to publication in AJMI. Relevant topics include, but are not limited to:


- Management
- Marketing
- Financeto
- Banking
- Accounting,
- Human resources management
- International business
- Hospitality management
- Entrepreneurship development
- Business ethics
- Innovation

For more general information, contact bradley.corbett@stamford.edu or call 66+2769-4000 ext. 2129.


Vol 2, No 2 (2015): AJMI

Table of Contents

Articles

Caudillismo as a Business Leadership Model: A Critical Assessment PDF
Alexander Franco 1-12
Impact of Debt Leverage on the Thai Property Fund’ Performance PDF
Natkawin Jiamchoatpatanakul, Kawisara Thisadrondilok 13-23
Motivation and Decision on Medical Tourism Service in Thailand PDF
Nutworadee Kanittinsuttitong 24-36
Post Operating Performance and IPO Issue Timing: the Developing Country Experience PDF
Nareeporn Kongthon, Nipawan Thirawat 37-47
Commodity Investment: An Analysis on Expected Utility Theory PDF
Budsabawan Maharakkhaka 48-64
Learning organization factors affecting the quality of learners in schools under Chanthaburi Primary Educational Services Area Office 1 PDF
Pattrawadee Makmee, Pongsatean Leungalongkot 65-72
Does CSR Branding Matter to the Young Consumers in Thailand: The Mediation Effect of Product Brand Attitudes PDF
Lokweetpun Suprawan 73-85
Localization of Management Posts in the Subsidiaries of Japanese Multinational Corporations in Thailand PDF
Agnieszka Wang, Dr. Peraset Chompuming 86-100
A History of the Thai-Chinese PDF
Alexander Franco 101-105


ISSN: 2351-yyyz