Thoughts on how the African Journal of Business Ethics might evolve
AbstractI have been editor-in-chief of the African Journal of Business Ethics for just over a year now. This is enough time to get a sense of the inner workings of the journal, the ebb and flow ofpapers, and, perhaps most importantly, some of the challenges and opportunities of our journal. And so, armed with this accumulated insight, I thought it was high time that I sat downand put some ideas on paper as to how I would like to see the journal evolve, certainly under what remains of my tenure as editor-in-chief, but possibly also beyond that.
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