The "Journal for Business Research Review" (JBRR) is committed to ensuring the long-term preservation and accessibility of its scholarly content. To achieve this goal, the following archiving policy is established:

  1. Digital Archiving: JBRR utilizes digital archiving systems to preserve its published articles in a secure and accessible format. Digital archiving ensures that the content remains available online for researchers, scholars, and the public.
  2. Self-Archiving: Authors are encouraged to self-archive their manuscripts in institutional repositories, subject-based repositories, or personal websites after the publication of their work in JBRR. This practice promotes wider dissemination of research and enhances visibility and accessibility.
  3. Third-Party Archives: JBRR may also collaborate with third-party archiving services or databases to further ensure the preservation and dissemination of its content. These partnerships enhance the reach of the journal's articles and contribute to the longevity of scholarly communication.
  4. Metadata Preservation: In addition to preserving full-text content, JBRR is committed to preserving metadata associated with each article. This includes bibliographic information, abstracts, keywords, and other descriptive data, which are essential for effective search and discovery.
  5. Access Policies: While JBRR aims to make its archived content freely accessible to the public, access policies may vary based on publisher agreements, copyright permissions, and embargo periods. However, efforts are made to provide open access to archived content whenever possible, in line with the principles of scholarly communication.
  6. Migration and Format Conversion: To adapt to evolving technological standards and ensure continued access to archived content, JBRR may periodically migrate its digital archives to new platforms or convert file formats as needed. These efforts are undertaken to prevent obsolescence and maintain compatibility with modern systems.
  7. Permanent Preservation: JBRR is committed to the permanent preservation of its content. Even in the event of changes in ownership, organizational structure, or publication platform, every effort will be made to ensure the ongoing availability of archived articles for future generations of researchers and scholars.
  8. Notification of Changes: Any significant changes to JBRR's archiving policy will be communicated to authors, readers, and relevant stakeholders through the journal's website, publication guidelines, or official announcements. Transparency and accountability are key principles guiding the evolution of the archiving policy.