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We have been indexed in the Library of Congress

Scientific Papers would like to announce you with a great sense of satisfaction that was selected by Library of Congress to be indexed in E-Journals collection (Library of Congress E-Resources Online Catalog).

Library of Congress is the oldest federal cultural institution in the United States and officially serves the United States Congress. Moreover, it is the national library of the United States and the largest library in the world!

Our journals can be accessed at:

Journal of Knowledge Manangement, Economics and Information Technology (JKMEIT) – http://eresources.loc.gov/record=b1924783~S2

Journal of Business Management and Applied Economy (JBMAE) – http://eresources.loc.gov/record=b1297248~S2

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Accounting – a Pivot of the Business Performance?

We decided to approach this topic, because we consider it as highly topical in the context in which the general business environment suffers notable changes due to new trends in the economic, social and political trends worldwide.
In formulating the answer to the question that is actually the title of this paper, we start from the fact that the business environment is facing with ever more and complex challenges with a major impact on the measures, procedures and techniques to follow for maintaining an upward performance trend.

In this respect, we are going to highlight some arguments that justify the significant, even decisive contribution of the accounting in order to identify, develop and ensure the implementation of the best solutions for business development.

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Special Issue in December

Journal of Knowledge Management, Economics and Information Technology has special issue of economics essays. This issue is published in collaboration with Titu Maiorescu University from Bucharest, Romania.

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JKMEIT is listed in EconLit

We are pleased to announce the presence of Journal of Knowledge Management, Economics and information Technology (JKMEIT) in the EconLit journal listings.

For almost a year, we have begun the procedures for that listing in the and in the last month they have finally been finished. So, another important listing authority certifies the value and content of JKMEIT. EconLit states on their website: “The number of journals indexed in EconLit has grown from 182 periodicals in 1969 to over 1,000 journals today. Journals are selected for inclusion inEconLit on the basis of their peer-reviewed economic content, which must be substantial or of equal emphasis in interdisciplinary journals.”

We thank all of our board members, reviewers and papers submitters for their support and great colaboration!

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New indexes

Now, the Journal of Knowledge Management, Economics and Information Technology (JKMEIT) by Scientific Papers offers Open-Access publishing for journal collaborators. In order to promote education development, recently JKMEIT is indexed in two new international databases:

The JKMEIT articles are available worldwide through more than 20 scientific international database.

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The first issue from the Volume II is out!

In February, Scientific Papers edited issue 1 from the secod volume of Journal of Knowledge Management, Economics and Information Technology (JKMEIT).

You can purchase the hardcopy issue at 28.80 Euros by ordering it at contact@scientificpapers.org

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Is The Production of Religious Knowledge Efficient? Managing Faith Related Postsecondary Institutions

The focus of this paper is on the efficiency of producing and managing religion based knowledge in postsecondary institutions. Panel data is used to estimate a stochastic cost frontier and associated inefficiencies for a panel of 222 U.S. bible colleges, theological seminaries, and other faith based higher education institutions over the 2005-09 academic years. Results indicate that institutions offering undergraduate only education are on average less inefficient than graduate only or combined undergraduate-graduate education institutions. Government provided student loans and private philanthropy are efficiency improving, while institutional debt acts to increase inefficiency. Time varying inefficiencies show efficiency gains over the last two of the four academic years. However, additional observations will be required to determine whether that is a managerial reaction to the global financial crisis and if it is sustainable in future academic years.

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Print issue for December 2011 is out!

In December, Scientific Papers edited issue 7 of Journal of Knowledge Management, Economics and Information Technology (JKMEIT).

You can purchase the hardcopy issue at 28.80 Euros by ordering it at contact@scientificpapers.org

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