The journal encourages participation from authors and reviewers from around the globe. Additional information on contributing manuscripts as an author can be found on the Authors page. More information on participating as an MBR reviewer can be found on the Reviewers page.
Starting in Volume 3 (2019) the Muma Business Review will begin employing DOI links in all citations made within the articles it publishes. This has become common practice in academic journals, and we expect it to become universal. In support of this process, we have already assigned DOI links to all our prior articles. These …
In early 2020, many entrepreneurs were ready to turn to alternative financing such as crowdfunding. But were the ‘crowd’ financing campaigns like they used to? They were not; paradoxically, they were helping projects succeed at a never-before-seen rate. Authors: Matthew Grace Link: https://doi.org/10.28945/5050 Cite as: Grace, M. (2022). Reward-based crowdfunding in a pandemic. Muma Business …
What is the Muma Business Review (MBR)? Why would you read the MBR? Why would you submit your work to the MBR? Why would you serve as an MBR reviewer? This editorial provides a look at the MBR philosophy and procedures. Of particular interest is the way the journal uses templates and its flexible review …