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All submissions are subject to a double blind peer review process.   All the journals are refereed academic journals those  publish the  scientific research findings in their field with the ISSN numbers issued by the Library of Congress, Washington, DC.   No manuscript will be accepted without the required format.   All manuscripts should be professionally proofread / edited before the submission. After the manuscript is professionally edited, the revised paper should be submitted with the certificate. You can use www.editavenue.com for professional proofreading/editing or other professional editing service etc... Preferably, the manuscripts should be checked through plagiarism detection software (for example, iThenticate/Turnitin / Academic Paradigms, LLC-Check for Plagiarism / Grammarly Plagiarism Checker) and send the certificate with the complete report.  Articles, papers or cases submitted for publication should be original contributions and should not be under consideration for any other publication at the same time. Authors submitting articles/papers/cases for publication warrant that the work is not an infringement of any existing copyright, infringement of proprietary right, invasion of privacy, or libel and will indemnify, defend, and hold the journals, BRJ and AABJ, or any conferences we hold or sponsor(s) harmless from any damages, expenses, and costs against any breach of such warranty.   Our mission is to provide a quality research publication venue for academic authors from academic institutions of all research-levels. The journals will meet the quality and integrity requirements of applicable accreditation agencies (AACSB, regional) and journal evaluation organizations to insure our publications provide our authors publication venues that are recognized by their institutions for academic advancement and academically qualified statue.  The average acceptance rate is twelve percent.  The journals are distributed in more than fifty-five countries around the world. The hard copies and the digital copies of the journals are archived by Cambridge Research Scinece Institute.  The hard copies of the journals are also archived by universities in the U.S. and Asia.  We are a member of Association of American Publishers (AAP), Professional / Scholarly Publishing, New York and Chamber of Commerce of Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, California.  All the journals are indexed by Online Computer Library Center (OCLC), which has 16,964 member libraries in 122 countries around the world. The OCLC number is 805078765 for AABJ and 920449522 for BRJ.  All the journals are also indexed by the National Library of Australia; NLA: 42709473for AABJ and NLA: 55269788 for BRJ.

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