Management Research Studies Journal is a refereed publication and is designed to cover a wide variety of topics in the fields of Business and Economics in general including Banking, Financial Services and Internal Controls, Accounting and Finance, Health Economics, Tourism, Maritime Studies, Transport and Logistics, Energy and Environment with reference to Indonesian Integration. It aims to act as a guide for new developments and prospects in different aspects of economic thought and business methodologies and it is programmed to come out two to three times a year. Papers are invited both from academic economists as well as practitioners.

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Today we are witnessing tremendous changes in the economic and financial sectors in Indonesia and new theories are required every so often to meet the new demands. MRSJ will serve as a guide with information on the implementation of new and enhanced methods in research thereby fulfilling a need which stems from a broad demand for new kinds of theories. Its content will include a review of current theories, an insight into future methods of development and an analysis of possible further expansion of the existing ones.

With the growth in research studies in various fields accelerating and with needs for new solutions increasing, MRSJ provides an essential worldwide reference to recent developments in the above topics. MRSJ constantly compiles interesting links that provide accurate and solid information on business and economic issues.

In an effort to promote the idea of being more informed of the latest innovations in the overall area of business and economics, we try to encourage those engaged in different fields to combine their experience and to evaluate project research.

MRSJ is a refereed publication and is designed to cover a wide variety of topics in the fields of Business and Economics in general including Banking, Money and Capital Market, Accounting and Finance, Insurance, Risk Management, Auditing, Health Economics, Tourism, and Transport and Logistics with reference to Indonesian Integration. It aims to act as a guide for new developments and prospects in different aspects of economic thought and business methodologies and it is programmed to come out two to four times a year. Papers are invited both from academic economists as well as practitioners.