ABAC Journal is a double-blind peer review journal, published twice a year, in June and December. The Journal offers an international platform for interdisciplinary discussion, based on current research and best practices in business management and related social sciences. The Journal is intended for a wide audience in the academic community. In the past three years, the aims and scope of the journal have been adjusted to focus more on regional business partnership while still welcoming research from individual countries, emerging economies, and developing economies in today’s challenging context, characterized by globalization and the digital era.
The AU Journal of Technology (AU J.T.), an international quarterly publication of Assumption University of Thailand, deals with topics of current research interest, mainly in the fields of applied sciences, engineering and technology.
The Journal is owned by Assumption University and published on non-profit basis. All articles appearing herein are the property of Assumption University; all rights are reserved. Inquiries or comments on materials published may be addressed to the Editor, AU J.T., Assumption University, Ram Khamhaeng 24
Assumption University and the editors of this journal, are not liable for any inaccuracies or misinformation, and/or the use of information contained within this publication.
Prajñā Vihāra is a multicultural, pluralistic journal of philosophy and religious studies dedicated to the promotion of mutual understanding among the peoples of the world. In the spirit of the Sanskrit words “Prajñā Vihāra” meaning “temple of wisdom,” the editors encourage creative academic work that promotes a sharing of wisdom among scholars and readers. It welcomes specialized articles in Philosophy, Religion and Cultural Studies that seek to promote harmony between various philosophical and religious traditions while respecting cultural and religious difference. It especially welcomes those articles that exhibit how philosophical and religious ideas can play a role in solving conflict.
Asian Journal of Literature, Culture and Society is a peer-reviewed international journal published biannually in April and October as an organ of the Graduate School of English at Assumption University of Thailand. It seeks to foster the discussion and dissemination of research and creative writing in the Arts and Humanities that offer new ways of perceiving and representing the place of Asia in the world of letters and the links between societies and cultures through the medium of literature. It also welcomes studies that focus on the role of education in the Humanities so as to develop a wider understanding of current issues in the world of letters.
The New English Teacher presents information and ideas on theories, research, methods and materials related to language learning and teaching. Within this framework the Journal welcomes contributions in such areas of current enquiry as first and second language learning and teaching, language and culture, discourse analysis, language planning, language testing, multilingual education, stylistics, translation and information technology. The New English Teacher, therefore, is concerned with linguistics applied to education and contributions that have in mind the common professional concerns of both the practitioner and the researcher.
The Scholar is a publication of the Graduate Schools of Education and Psychology at Assumption University of Thailand.
Aim: The journal aims to collect the intellectual and scholarly contributions of researchers as well as to inform, update, enhance and guide the real practices in the field of education and psychology.
Scope: The journal focused on researches and academic articles from a variety of backgrounds in the field of education and psychology from within the South East Asian region and beyond.
The editor, the editorial board, or any of the authors of the material contained herein, may be contacted for further information at the e-mails provided on the back cover page. The journal will be published twice a year, in June and December.
AU Journal of Management is published by Martin de Tours School of Management and Economics, Assumption University twice a year, in January and July. The journal is an interdisciplinary journal. It is listed in Tier 1 of the Thai-Journal Citation Index (TCI). The journal welcomes submissions from Thai and international scholars in disciplines related to business and management (e.g. marketing, finance, economics, accounting) and from other related fields (e.g. education, IT).
The journal accepts both research and academic papers. Quantitative and qualitative studies are both encouraged as long as they are methodologically rigorous. The journal does not publish manuscripts about teaching materials/methods, articles that merely criticize previous work, or those aimed solely at business practitioners. On the other hand, works that discuss theoretical, empirical, practical or pedagogical issues are welcome.
The Journal of Supply Chain Management: Research and Practice is owned by Assumption University. All articles appearing herein are the property of the university. All rights are reserved. However, the university and the editorial board do not take responsibility for the view expressed by individual authors. For all enquiries, address all correspondence to the Journal of Supply Chain Management: Research and Practice, Assumption University, Ram Khamhaeng Rd., Soi 24, Hua Mak, Bangkok 10240, Thailand.
The Journal of Risk Management and Insurance owned by the Assumption University. All articles appearing herein are the property of the university. All rights are reserved. However, the university and the editiorial board do not take responsibility for the views expressed by individual authors. For all enquires, address all correspondence to the Journal of Risk Management and Insurance, Assumption University, Ramkhamhaeng 24 Rd., Hua Mak, Bangkok 10240, Thailand.
The ABAC ODI Journal Vision. Action. Outcome. is an international publication of the Organization Development Institute of the Graduate School of Business at Assumption University of Thailand.
Aim: The ABAC ODI Journal Vision. Action. Outcome. aims to be an international knowledge sharing hub of scholarly contributions of researchers on academic information ,inquiry , research , updates as well as best practices in the interdisciplinary field of Organization Development .
Scope: The journal focuses on research and academic articles on various fields and applications related to Organization Development, ranging from action research based works , consulting projects , coaching and mentoring practices , positive change initiatives, whole brain based OD work, emerging OD models, leadership , management and organizational culture to other topics related to organizational change at the individual, team, organization , community and national levels. .
Welcome to AU-eJIR an on-line scholarly journal of interdisciplinary research published by Graduate School of eLearning (GSeL). Assumption University-eJournal of Interdisciplinary Research (AU-eJIR) is a biannual journal available on-online which focuses on current critical and creative research. This journal seeks to promote original research and cultivate fruitful dialogues among academics, researchers and graduate students.
The scope of eJIR: Papers submitted in the following areas will be given priority:
Design Literacy Forum is a mechanism for research and creative work dissemination aiming at offering a discourse in design literacy with the design community as well as the society at large. The forum is held annually and educators in architecture and design discipline can submit their research and creative work to be reviewed by a committee comprising of educators and license-holding professionals. Qualified works will be exhibited in the annual exhibition and published in the yearly online journal at the weblog:http://www.designliteracyforum.org.
The Galaxy is IELE's in-house and is published twice a year. It senses as an avenue for IELE's instructors and students to publish creative works covering a diverge range of genres and themes.
The International Research E-Journal on Business and Economics is a publication of the Yangon Institute of Economics in collaboration with the Graduate School of Business, Assumption University of Thailand.
The publication aims to be the a forum for the exchange of ideas from research, creative works, academic knowledge, and best practices contributed by academic professionals and professional practitioners in business and economics and related fields.