Articles submitted to the scientific journal Journal of Management and Business: Research and Practice are accepted only in English language. The author is responsible for the originality, scientific accuracy, and formal appropriateness of the article. The journal does not accept articles which have already been published somewhere else. Author(s) declare the originality of the paper by submitting written statement on the originality of the article. The template statement on originality could be requested at the email address firstname.lastname@example.org.
The editorial board reserves the right to refuse the publication of the article. Accepted articles are peer reviewed and they might be accepted or refused by the editorial board taking into consideration results of peer review process.
Articles must be submitted electronically using a MS Word format to the email address: email@example.com
The author’s name should be given without academic titles. Font Times New Roman, size 16 points, bold, aligned to the left.
Title of article in English. Times New Roman, 16 points, bold, aligned to the left.
Title of article in Slovak or Czech. Formal requirements are the same as above.
Abstract (summary) in English. Font Times New Roman, size 14 points, italics, the text should be justified and in a range from 100 to 250 words.
Keywords in English. 3-5 keywords. Font Times New Roman, 14 points, italics, the text should be justified.
JEL classification. The classification of articles into a subject category according to JEL classification. Font Times New Roman, size 14 points, aligned to the left. JEL classification
The text of the article The recommended structure of the text of the article is as follows: Introduction, Material and Methods, Results and Discussion, Summary. The summary is always in English. The text is written in Times New Roman, 14 points, justified. Single line spacing, pages are not numbered.
After each part of the given structure insert a blank line in the font size of the respective part.
Tables and graphs must be numbered and must also be distinguishable in a smaller format.
Reference and the title of the table - ‘caption’ (Tab. 1: Caption) or graph (Fig. 1: Caption) are written in Times New Roman, 10 points, bold, aligned to the left. The contents of the table are formatted in Times New Roman, 10 points. The source of the table and graph must be provided below the table or graph (Source :), written in Times New Roman, size 10, aligned to the left.
Formulas are labelled by numbers in parentheses. Font style is Times New Roman, size 10 points. Formulas are aligned to the left margin; labels are aligned to the right.
Length of the article should not exceed 15 standard pages including annexes.
References are given in accordance with applicable standards STN ISO 690: 2012. References are indicated by a number in square parentheses [ ] at the corresponding place in the text. Bibliographical details of references indicated by the number are given at the end of the article in the list of references – see the following examples:
 ALLEN, F., and GALE, D., 2007. Understanding Financial Crises. 1st ed. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19-925141-4.
 HOSSAIN, T. and WANG, S., 2008. Franchisor's Cumulative Franchising Experience and Its Impact on Franchising Management Strategies. In. Journal of Marketing Channels. Vol. 15, n. 1, p. 43-69. ISSN 1046-669X.
 WEBER, M., 1958. The Protestant Ethic And The Spirit Of Capitalism. [online]. New York, Charles Scribner’s Son, [viewed 1 December 2012]. Available from: http://www.airborn.webz.cz/weber.html
The square brackets include the serial number of the work and page(s) of the paraphrased work.
The author's address is provided below the list of references. It must include full name, including academic degrees, name of university, faculty and department (institute), post address and e-mail address of the author.
Reviews of articles are arranged by the editorial board. Peer review process is anonymous. The reviewer is not an employee of the same higher education institution as the author.
The journal does not require any article submission or processing charges from the authors.
Aims and Scope: The journal accepts research articles on any topic related to: Management, Business, Tourism Management, Environmental Management, Marketing, Managerial Psychology, Economy, Economics, Finance, and other related areas.