Journals

The following is an incomplete list of journals and periodicals related to South Asia:

South Asian Journal of Global Business Research
Published by: Emerald

South Asian Journal of Global Business Research (SAJGBR) is the official journal of the South Asian Academy of Management. The mission of SAJGBR is to advance theoretical and empirical knowledge of business issues facing multinational and local organizations of South Asia and South Asian diaspora.

SAJGBR is committed to providing a unified platform to publish research that links scholarly communities in South Asia with the rest of the world. The journalis open to all empirical methods including qualitative, quantitative and mixed approaches. To be published in SAJGBR, a manuscript must use one or more South Asian countries as the context of its study.

SAJGBR is available as part of an online subscription to the Emerald Regional Management Studies Subject Collection. For more information, please email collections@emeraldinsight.com.

South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies
http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/titles/00856401.asp

Published for: South Asian Studies Association of Australia
Published by: Routledge

Journal of South Asian Women Studies
http://asiatica.org/jsaws/
Published for: The Asiatica Association

South Asia Economic Journal
http://sae.sagepub.com/
Published by: Sage

South Asia Research
http://sar.sagepub.com/
Published by: Sage

Journal of South Asian Development
http://sad.sagepub.com/
Published by: Sage

Contemporary South Asia
http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/carfax/09584935.html
The countries of South Asia – Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka – are internally diverse and part of global flows of people, goods and ideas. Contemporary South Asia seeks to address the issues of the region by presenting research and analysis which is both cross-regional and multi-disciplinary.
Published by: Taylor & Francis

South Asian Studies
http://www.basas.org.uk/journal/current.htm
South Asian Studies is the internationally refereed journal of the British Association for South Asian Studies (BASAS). SAS has appeared annually since 1985, and incorporated the earlier Afghan Studies, and has established itself as the UK’s leading journal devoted to the visual and material cultures of South Asia, and the only major journal outside the subcontinent devoted entirely to this field.
Published by: BASAS

South Asian Journal of Management
http://www.amdisa.org/publica.html
Published by AMDISA, India.

South Asia Journal
http://www.southasianmedia.net/Magazine/Journal/index.htm
Quarterly magazine of South Asian journalists and scholars

Country Specific Journals

Journal of Bangladesh Studies
http://www.bdiusa.org/publications/jbs.shtml