The scopes of the British Journal of Business Design & Education (BJBDE) include, but not limited to, asset pricing, investments, risk management, regulation, and insurance to corporate finance, financial intermediation, financial econometrics, financial forecasting, fashion design, education, literature and financial engineering. The journal is published in both printed and online versions. The ambition of BJBDE is to become a recognized top tier journal, acclaimed for redirecting international financial research and studies for defining new directions.
By law, a copy of every UK print publication must be given to the British Library by its publishers, and to five other major libraries that request it. This system is called legal deposit and has been a part of English law since 1662.
From 6 April 2013, legal deposit also covers material published digitally and online, so that the Legal Deposit Libraries can provide a national archive of the UK’s non-print published material, such as websites, blogs, e-journals and CD-ROMs.
The Legal Deposit Libraries are:
- the British Library,
- the National Library of Scotland,
- the National Library of Wales,
- the Bodleian Libraries, Oxford,
- the University Library, Cambridge, and
- the Library of Trinity College, Dublin.
- EBSCO (U.S.)
- Ulrich’s Periodicals Directory (ProQuest, U.S.)
- Journal TOCS (UK)
- Index Copernicus (Poland)
- PKP Open Archives Harvester (Canada)
- New Jour (Georgetown University Library, U.S.)
- Google Scholar
- Bielefeld Academic Search Engine (Germany)
- Elektronische Zeitschriften Bibliothek EZB (Germany)
- SCI-Edge (U.S.)
- Open J-Gate (India)
- OCLC World Cat (United States)
- Universe Digital Library (Malaysia)
The IC Impact factor value of this journal is 3.22