Call for Papers

Scholarly Contributions

The Transnational Journal of Business (TJB) is pleased to announce a call for papers for our next edition with the theme: “Be Extraordinary! Emerging Partnerships for Student Success”.

As higher education and business continues to navigate the post pandemic world, companies face unprecedented challenges in populating the next group of industry leaders. Now, more than ever, we all recognize this economic imperative, and the unique role higher education can play in preserving the competitiveness of the workforce. Relationships that integrate both students and employers help educators understand the needs of industry including in-demand competencies, while helping to grow the talent pipeline. The 2024 ACBSP Conference will focus on effective education-industry opportunities that have a vision of student success, connection to local workforce demands, and continuous improvement.

The deadline for submissions is February 24. 

Manuscript Submission Requirements

The theme provides a dialogue forum that advances teaching excellence through research and discussion, with particular emphasis on the practical applications of ideas that contribute to the theme.

The TJB requires all manuscripts for review and publication to be submitted electronically — via our online submission system — and to be written in English. Non-native speakers are encouraged to seek assistance from a colleague who is proficient in English to proofread the paper. Manuscripts shall be submitted in the following format:

  • Single-spaced on 8.5″ x 11″ page
  • Times New Roman font, Main text – 12 point font, Major headings – 14 point font
  • Manuscripts should be approximately 5,000 – 7,000 words, including all graphs, figures, and references
  • Authors must follow APA Formatting and Style Guide Manual, 6th Edition

Manuscripts for Review must be submitted through Scholastica. . Manuscripts submitted via any other method will not be accepted or considered. Click here to access the system


Questions or comments, including assistance with Scholastica, may be directed to the Managing Editor, Dr. Justin Matus, (; Telephone: 570-762-3640.