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ম্যানেজমেন্ট ডেভলপমেন্ট

ISSN: 0378-7532

বাংলাদেশ ইনস্টিটিউট অব ম্যানেজমেন্ট-এর একটি ত্রৈমাসিক জার্নাল

ভল্যুয়ুম ১-২৬
ভল্যুয়ুম ২৭
ভল্যুয়ুম ২৮
ভল্যুয়ুম ২৯
ভল্যুয়ুম ৩০

Overview

Management Development, one of the pioneer and ancient research journal of Bangladesh aims at exploring the research potentials of the scholars. Management Development utilizes a double blind reviewing process for all

Research papers and/or articles.

  1. Management Development welcomes contribution on important areas of socio-economic and industrial development of developing countries and in particular to the problems faced by executives related to industrial management and human resource development of Bangladesh. Manuscript of research articles, research notes, reviews to be written in English only – should be sent in triplicate to the Senior Editor, Bangladesh Institute of Management, 4 Sobhanbag, Mirpur Road, Dhaka – 1207, Bangladesh.
  2. Articles should be accompanied by a statement that these have not already been published, and that, if accepted for publication in the Management Development, they will not be submitted for publication elsewhere without the prior consent of the Senior Editor.
  3. As far as possible all articles and notes should be organized into the following sections: (i) Introduction, (ii) Hypothesis, (iii) Methodological issues involved, (iv) Results, (v) Limitations of Analysis, (vi) Policy implications and (vii) Conclusions. Sub-section should carry clear and distinct sub-headings.
  4. The first page of the contribution should contain the title of the paper, the name(s) of the author(s), and a footnote giving the current affiliation of the author(s) and any acknowledgments. Each major article should carry a short abstract containing no more than 100 words.
  5. Each contribution should be types double-spaced (except for footnotes and verbatim inset quotations) on one side of quarto sheets, and should carry a margin of an inch and a half on the left side of the typed page and at least an inch on each of the remaining three sides.
  6. Each author will receive two complimentary copies of Management Development and 3 off prints.
  7. Works cited in the text should read thus: (Khan, 1992: 63-4); Bhuiyan (1989, 1993). For groups of citations, order alphabetically and not chronologically, using a semi-colon to separate names: (Khan, 1992; Gadgil and Guha, 1994; Khan, 1989).  Use ‘et al.’ when citing a work by more than two authors, but list all the authors in the References. To distinguish different works by the same author in the same year, use the letters a, b, c, etc., e.g. Khan (1993a, 1993b). For multi-author works, invert the name of the first author only (Rahman, M. and R. Guha). Use (ed.) for one editor but (eds) for multiple editors. When listing two or more works by one author, repeat the author name for each entry. Indicate (opening and closing) page number for article in journals and chapters in books. Arrange references using following style:

Journal articles: Lovell, (1993), The Geography of Economic Development and Racial Discrimination in Brazil, Development and Change 24(I):83-101.

Books: Brown. R.C.P. (1992), Public Debt and Private Wealth. Debt, Capital Flight and the IMF in Sudan. London and Basingstoke: Macmillan.

Contribution to books: Besson. J. (1993a), ‘Reputation and Respectability Reconsidered: A new Perspective on Afro-Caribbean Peasant Women’, in J. H. Momsem (ed.) Women and Change in the Caribbean pp.15-37. Kingston: Ian Randle: Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indian University Press; London: London: James Currey.

Conference Papers: Kane, P. (1983), ‘The Single Child family in China: Urban Policies and their Effects on the One-Child Family’. paper presented at the International Workshop, Contemporary China Centre, Oxfor (17 – 18) March).

Unpublished work: Scoones, I. (1990), ‘Livestock Populations and the Household Economy. A Case Study from Southern Zimbabowe’ Ph.D dissertation, University of London.

White, H. and M. Mc.Gillivray (1992), ‘Descriptive Measures of the Allocation of Development Aid’, ISS Working Paper no.125. The Hague: Institute of Social Studies.  

 

Subscription

Foreign             :           US $ 50.00 or UK £ 40.00 per year.

                                    (US $ 25.00 extra if air mail delivery required)

 

Inland               :           General Tk. 600.00 per year.

                                    Tk. 150.00 per issue.


20% agents’ discount, air freight extra and surface mail paid by the Institute. Payments to be made to the Director General of the Institute through bank drafts or postal/pay orders.
Bangladesh Institute of Management
4 Sobhanbag, Mirpur Road, Dhaka – 1207, Bangladesh.

 

Call for Article

You are cordially invited to contribute articles for publication in the “Management Development”, a quarterly publication of the Bangladesh Institute of Management (BIM).

In the 31th year of its publication, “Management Development” has always solicited articles on contemporary issues in the field of socio-economic, business management, human resource development etc. While articles that are based on empirical studies are preferred, articles on innovative and creative approaches to business, socio-economics, management, human resource development are always welcome.
It is our firm conviction that your article will not only enrich our journal but will be of immense value in the advancement of management knowledge and practice in Bangladesh.

Send Your Article To

Senior Editor
Management Development
Bangladesh Institute of Management
4 Sobhanbag, Mirpur Road,
Dhaka 1207, Bangladesh.
e-mail: bim@bim.org.bd

Publication Fee

It is free if your article is selected for publication in the journal.

Honorarium

Authors will receive honorarium for their articles accordingly the financial rules of the journal


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