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Journal of Business Management

Volume 20

ISSN 1691- 5348

Journal of Business Management, ISSN 1691-5348 is published jointly by RISEBA University of Applied Sciences and BA School of Business and Finance.

The journal publishes papers which contribute to an understanding of business management and provides readers with a fresh look at emerging business management practices and research. The journal particularly encourages academics, researchers and doctoral students to share their experience, knowledge and practices with an international audience.

The journal contains only primarily original scholarly material.

The journal is published in English language.

The journal provides to the authors, editors and reviewers transparent ethical requirements, including peer review policy and Authors Guidelines.

Journal is indexed in EBSCO data base since 2008. As of 2017, the Journal of Business Management is indexed in COPERNICUS. Since 2022 JBM is indexed in ERIH PLUS. 

Journal of Business Management is available for all readers PDF with no restrictions to access any content of all volumes of the journals.

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Vol. 2 (2021)

ISSN 2256-0890

Europe’s broad assortment of academic journals has a newcomer – ADAMarts. This journal, dedicated to both architecture and media arts, constitutes a rarity. Architecture is usually more associated with engineering, given the close ties between the two fields, especially in practice, while media arts is more often affiliated with literature, from where it draws considerable inspiration and material.

Ever since the Dutch cultural historian Johan Huizinga discussed the importance of play in culture and society in his 1938 work Homo Ludens, we continue to construct our identity in a deliberate fashion. Today’s individuals, having lost their ties to nature, perceive their surrounding environment conditionally and are subject to the power of authorities and technologies. For architects, the construction of the physical environment goes hand in hand with media artists’ simulation and modification of layouts in the virtual environment.

RISEBA’s motto “Business Meets Art” is not an empty phrase. ADAMarts is ready to meet the challenge of combining research on architecture and media arts with another element – analysis of market players’ economic interests. Meanwhile, some contributors’ excursions into the history of twentieth-century city planning and architecture may serve not only as reference material for future researchers, but also as instructions for correcting future mistakes.

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