About the Latin American Business Review
Latin American Business Review (LABR) is a quarterly, refereed journal which facilitates the exchange of information and new ideas between academics, business practitioners, public policymakers, and those in the international development community. Special features of the journal will keep you current on various teaching, research, and information sources. These activities all focus on the business and economic environment of the diverse and dynamic countries of the Americas.
LABR addresses issues such as business development, management, regional integration, micro-enterprises, industry studies, cross-cultural issues, trade policy, and financial markets. Both comparative and single country studies are welcome.
The LABR is a publication of COPPEAD at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and Ahlers Center for International Business at University of San Diego.
Indexing & abstracting
Cabell’s Directory of Publishing Opportunities in Management
Gale Cengage: Business ASAP
IBR: International Bibliography of Book Reviews on the Humanities and Social Sciences
IBZ: International Bibliography of Periodical Literature on the Humanities and Social Sciences
Library of Congress Handbook of Latin American Studies (HLAS) online
NewJour (Electronic Journals & Newsletters)
ProQuest: ABI/INFORM Complete
LABR is published by Routledge (Taylor & Francis Group)