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About the Society

Future Business Journal is the official journal of the Future University in Egypt (FUE) that provides a comprehensive and high-quality education to prepare its graduates to be future leaders. It is one of the most promising private universities in Egypt. The FUE campus is conveniently located in the heart of New Cairo.

Aims and scope

Future Business Journal (FBUJ) is an open access, peer-reviewed journal publishing theoretical and empirical research papers covering the major aspects of management, accounting, economics, management information systems and finance. The journal's emphasis is on theoretical developments and their implementation, empirical, applied, and policy-oriented research. The journal's purpose is to improve communications between, and within, the academic and other research communities, policymakers and operational decision makers. Future Business Journal fills a unique niche among business publications of its type by publishing articles that strike a balance between the practical and the academic fields, recognizing the intricate relationships between many areas of business activities. FBUJ is represented by a diverse and international Editorial Board comprising of individuals from reputable institutions.

About the Editor


Professor Soad Kamel Rizk, Editor-in-Chief

Professor Soad Kamel Rizk is a professor of economics at Cairo University and has a PhD in Economics Science from Paris 1 University in France. Her research focuses on policies to enhance employment and raise productivity in the informal sector in Egypt. Professor Rizk has contributed to the development of the Youth Employment National Action Plan in Egypt. Currently, she is the Dean of the Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration at the Future University in Egypt.


Affiliated with

Egyptian Knowledge Bank (EKB) Journals

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