Management and Business Review

The Fox School has joined as a partner of a new journal, Management and Business Review (MBR). Subodha Kumar, the Paul R. Anderson Distinguished Chair Professor in the Department of Marketing and Supply Chain Management, serves as the publication’s executive editor.

Unlike other management journals, MBR is guided by a diverse group of academic advisers from dozens of business schools, as well as executive advisers from a range of consulting companies and corporations. This unique structure makes MBR exceptionally aware of the needs and interests of a wide range of readers and authors. The first two issues of the journal will be free to access.

The MBR provides our faculty with an opportunity to publish their insights and demonstrate their leadership for business leaders, industry executives, policyholders and community members. MBR offers a wide global perspective, in-depth coverage and the ability to disseminate practical results. Contact Subodha Kumar ( for more information.

There are two publication opportunities and they can be pursued simultaneously.

Scholars can submit directly to the Management and Business Review (MBR), an executive- and executive-education-oriented journal headed by a diverse group of academics, consultants and industry experts with the aim of publishing research addressing real-world business systems.

Additionally, researchers at the Fox School and the School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management can submit to the Fox Business Review (FBR), a quarterly translational research supplement to the MBR. This digital supplement will feature additional articles written by Fox and STHM faculty for Fox alumni.

Please submit to the Fox Business Review through this form.

Submissions should be focused on the practical applications of your research, written for use by business leaders, industry executives, policyholders and community members. The Fox Business Review  could be a good place for articles that are not quite ready for publications such as the Harvard Business Review or the Management and Business Review; however, the standard for review will be the same.

Faculty are encouraged to submit abstracts (250 words) through this form. If accepted, faculty will be notified and full articles (1,250-1,750 words) will be due around one month after acceptance. A faculty review committee will then review articles for suggested revisions and edits.

The quarterly deadlines for 250-word abstracts are: 

  • February 3, 2021
  • May 5, 2021
  • August 9, 2021
  • November 3, 2021

Contact with questions.

Articles are expected to be between 1,250 and 1,750 words in length.

No. We encourage you to incorporate any reviewer comments and submit to the Fox Business Review.

Research Connect

Research Connect is the TRC’s program for connecting researchers to business leaders and policymakers to ask and answer better research questions. It includes seminars series, advisory groups, commissioned research opportunities and faculty-executive research exchange programs.

This event series hosted by the Translational Research Center brings together industry executives and academics to discuss how to answer relevant questions in their fields. Subscribe to the Fox Research newsletter for the latest information on upcoming events.

Contact Monica Wadhwa ( to learn more.

The Translational Research Center can help to arrange company- or organization-sponsored research at a variety of different levels of sophisticationsuch as methodologically sophisticated doctoral student-staffed projects, complex policy projects or bespoke strategic research by teams of MBAs and executives.

Contact TL Hill ( to discuss research ideas and scope.

The Translational Research Center uses its Advisory Group to guide best practices for connecting to industry professionals. The Advisory Group is currently in formation, with an anticipated launch date of January 2021.

Contact TL Hill ( to learn more.

The Translational Research Center facilitates opportunities for faculty and executives to walk a mile in each other’s shoes. Faculty can sharpen research ideas through industry sabbaticals and research-oriented executives can participate in co-designed projects as TRC Executive Research Fellows.

Contact TL Hill ( to discuss opportunities.

Evidence-based Teaching and Learning

The TRC supports evidence-based teaching by helping faculty develop teaching cases and other tools and activities that bring insights and the research process itself into the classroom to enhance student understanding and engagement. We also support pedagogical research designed to provide a solid empirical foundation for teaching practices.

The Fox School is pleased to announce a partnership with Ivey Publishing, a leader in providing business case studies with a global perspective. With over 8,000 products in their collection, Ivey Publishing adds 200 classroom-tested case studies each year.

Through this partnership with Ivey Publishing, the Fox School gains an experienced ally in writing, publishing and teaching business cases. It also gives Fox faculty access to a substantial distribution platform through Ivey’s relationships with publishers in the U.S. and Europe, including the Harvard Business Review and The Case Centre. Finally, this agreement helps raise the profile of our faculty’s expertise by highlighting the Fox School logo on the front cover of all published cases.

Contact Neha Mittal ( to learn more.

Fox faculty are invited to submit cases to SAGE Business Cases, a robust digital collection of more than 3,650 authoritative cases from over 100 countries. SAGE curates interdisciplinary cases on in-demand subjects such as entrepreneurship, accounting, healthcare management, leadership, social enterprise, and more.

Contact Neha Mittal ( to learn more.

The Translational Research Center believes that bringing research into the classroom is a key part of disseminating insights and enhancing student engagement. In this series on business cases, the TRC will support faculty and doctoral students in both writing, teaching and publishing cases with practical impact in the classroom.

Contact Neha Mittal ( to learn more.

In 2022, the Translational Research Center launched the Case Champions Digital Badge Program, which recognize our accomplished case writers at Fox and STHM while also encouraging faculty and doctoral students to write cases and teach using cases.

Participants fill out a yearly survey outlining their case-related activities during the previous five-year period. Participants who earn a score of 70 or above will receive a digital badge to put on their online profiles such as LinkedIn, demonstrating their case writing and teaching prowess. The badges are distributed by Temple’s Noncredit and Continuing Education programs.

View the Case Writers Badge List of Activities.

Faculty and doctoral students can access the 2022 survey, which reviews activities from Jan. 1, 2017 through Dec. 31, 2021. The survey closes on Feb. 14, 2022. 

Contact Neha Mittal ( with questions.

The Translational Research Center (TRC) aims to support faculty in writing cases. Interested faculty can contact the TRC to get help in matching your teaching idea to a company, arrange writing support or join a case writers’ circle.

Contact Neha Mittal ( to learn more.

Case writers are highly encouraged to submit their work to one of the many case writing competitions hosted by universities and case publishers. Interested writers should examine the list of case competitions for information on submission requirements for specific competitions.

Contact Neha Mittal ( to learn more.

Fox and STHM faculty are actively involved in writing and publishing teaching cases. The Translational Research Center works with faculty to collect ideas for incorporating research into the classroom to enhance the learning experience.

We also invite you to interact with other case writers through the North American Case Research Association, an organization of researchers and professors, promotes excellence in case research, writing, and teaching in business and related disciplines. NACRA publishes the highly selective Case Research Journal and hosts an annual conference in which participants workshop their cases. Read their Newcomer’s Guide to NACRA for more information.

Contact Neha Mittal ( to learn more.

The Translational Research Center (TRC) supports and collects research designed to provide a solid empirical foundation for teaching practices. Interested faculty can contact the TRC to explore a pedagogical research idea, to arrange writing support or to join a pedagogical researchers’ writing circle.

Contact Jeanne Ruane ( to request support.

Interdisciplinary Events Series

Interdisciplinary approaches and translational research are important in advancing actionable insights to solve real-world problems. In pursuit of high impact research, the Fox School is introducing a cross-disciplinary theme for departmental seminars. By exploring a thematic area across departments and showcasing different perspectives in scholarship, the Translational Research Center (TRC), in partnership with the Office of Research and Doctoral Programs, aims to bring together scholars with common interests and increase opportunities for interdisciplinary research.

For the 2019-2020 academic year, the research theme was “Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability.”

For the 2020-2021 and 2021-2022 academic years, the research theme is “Artificial Intelligence.”

Past Events

TRC works to develop more sophisticated measurements of impact research and to adjust incentives and support systems to encourage translational research. TRC works with the Office of Research and other centers around the Fox School to advance translation-oriented research infrastructure, awards and celebrations.