BAP volume 5 issue 1 Cover and Front matter

2003 Business and Politics  
Business and Politics publishes articles, cases, and commentaries within the broad area of the interaction between firms and political actors. Two specific areas are of particular interest to the journal: 1) The use of nonmarket corporate strategy including internal organizational design decisions as well as external strategies. Internal organizational design refers to management structure, sourcing decisions, and transnational organization with respect to the firm's nonmarket environment.
more » ... nal strategies include legal tactics, testimony, lobbying and other means to influence policy makers at all levels of government and international institutions as an adjunct to market strategies of the firm. 2) Efforts by policymakers to influence firm behavior through regulatory, legal, financial, and other government instruments. Business and Politics does not favor any particular methodology or approach, but emphasizes analytical rigor and novel empirical analysis. The journal publishes articles that focus on different regions of the world, cross-regional studies, and interdisciplinary work. It strongly encourages perspectives from business, political science, law, economics, and public policy.
doi:10.1017/s1369525800003776 fatcat:2dvkid46yfbyraoafe3hqwazcu