B>Quest (Business Quest) is a journal of applied topics in business and economics.
Articles are published during the year as they are accepted for publication.
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B>Quest publishes three types of articles: research, pedagogy, and commentary. All research articles are peer reviewed. Some of the other two types of articles are, at the request of their authors, subjected to peer review. Peer reviewed articles are identified.
Scholarly book and textbook recommendations are invited.
The Evolution Of Insider Trading Regulation
by Dan Davidson and Lynn Saubert
Does Transparency Promote Less Corruption? Evidence From Around The World
by Salvador Lopez
Pedagogical Note: The Correlation of the Risk-Free Asset and the Market Portfolio Is Not Zero
by Ronald W. Best, Chrles W. Hodges, and James A. Yoder
Readers are invited to submit comments about issues raised in commentary articles.
Insights Into Contemporary Issues (A Series)
by Audrey D. Kline
Big Data and Improving Patient Engagement in Health Plans: A Concrete Proposal for Helping Care Teams and Patients
by Casey LeJeune, Dawn M. Gross, Jason Cooper, and Peter Meyer
Fiduciary Duty and Social Responsibility
by Ben Branch and Jennifer Merton
A University President's View of the Evolving Role of Colleges of Business
by Kyle Marrero
Building a Disruptive Business
by Peter Meyer
The Curse of Geography and the Dilemma of Europe's Periphery
by Eduard Gracia
Conscious Capitalism vs. Rapacious Capitalism: Lessons from King Leopold II
by Hershey H. Friedman, Linda W. Friedman, and Sarah Edris
Tesla: A Successful Entrepreneuship Strategy
by Khamis M. Bilbeisi and Moulare Kessee
Tax Inversions: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
by Phillip Fuller and Henry Thomas
Carole E. Scott, Editor
Richards College of Business
University of West Georgia
A Unit of the University System of Georgia
Carrollton, Georgia U.S.A.
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