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The Ethiopian Journal of Business and Economics

The Ethiopian Journal of Business and Economics (EJBE - E-ISSN: 2410-2393 Print ISSN: 2311-9772) is a biannual peer-reviewed publication of the College of Business and Economics, Addis Ababa University. It seeks to encourage thinking among academics, practitioners and policy makers in the fields of Accounting and Finance, Economics, Business Management, and Public Administration and Development Management. Equally important, its main mission is to stimulate research-based and inter- and multi-disciplinary debate on the issues involving the four fields particularly as these pertain to the Ethiopian setting and development challenges. EJBE publishes research reports, book reviews, and Master’s thesis and PhD dissertation (abridged versions or chapters). Academic articles and other publishable works from related disciplines are also welcome. EJBE is an authoritative and refereed journal.
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Emerging Markets Journal

EMAJ (Print: 2159-242X; Online: 2158-8708) is a free, online and print, open access, peer-reviewed journal of business management published by the University Library System, University of Pittsburgh, cosponsored by University of Pittsburgh Press. EMAJ aims to publish empirical research that extends or builds management theory and contributes to management practice with a special focus on emerging markets. All empirical methods including, but not limited to, qualitative, quantitative, field, and combination methods are welcome. To be published in EMAJ, a manuscript must make strong empirical and theoretical contributions and highlight the significance of those contributions to the business management field. Preference is given to submissions that test, extend, or build strong theoretical frameworks while empirically examining issues with high importance for business management theory and practice. All manuscripts will be subject to a rigorous peer review by a distinguished review panel, composed of internationally knowledgeable experts and specialists.
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Revista Electrónica de Investigación en Ciencias Económicas

REICE es la primera revista electrónica de la Facultad de Ciencias Económicas de la Unan-Managua, tiene una orientación académica investigativa con un exigente proceso de revisión por expertos  y es totalmente gratuita.
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Economic Journal of Development Issues

The Economic Journal of Development Issues (EJDI) is a bi-annual publication of the Department of Economics, Patan Multiple Campus, Tribhuvan University, Latipur, Nepal. The basic objective of the publication is to bring into light research reviews, analysis, theoretical comments and theoretical papers on the various aspects of economic studies with emphasis on the problems of developing countries. It contains articles and research notes related to major issues and the results of research carried out by the members of the Department and other professional experts. EJDI welcomes contributions from national and international scholars and professionals concerned with economies of developing countries and development affairs.
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Economic Journal of Nepal

A quarterly publication of the Central Department of Economics, Tribhuvan University, Kirtipur, Kathmandu, Nepal. The primary objective of this Journal is to publish articles and research papers on economic and social problems facing Nepal and other countries of the world as well. The Journal is designed to serve as an outlet for an intellectual forum for the communication of ideas among economists and other social scientists in the areas of economic and social development in general and with special reference to Nepal in particular.
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Administration and Management Review

The twin objectives of the Journal are: (i) to publish thought-provoking, research-based, analytical and original articles on the issues of development administration and management and (ii) to provide a forum for communication between/among the academicians, planners and practitioners, both Nepali and foreign, engaged in the fields of development administration and management; The Journal shall encourage particularly those articles which have conceptual, empirical and theoretical bases with practical application value in the Nepalese context and which help to generate positive and creative thinking. The Journal shall carry views of newly published books in the fields of development administration and management. The Journal shall also publish reviews of the articles published in previous issues. The Editorial Board of the Journal shall have the right to accept or reject any article, book review and article review for publication. It shall also have right to edit any part of manuscripts for the purpose of publication.

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Banking Journal

Banking Journal is a referred Journal. It is a biannual publication of Nepal Bankers' Association / Banking Promotion Committee. The aim of the Journal is to publish Scientific Research Papers related to the Banking Sector. Scope and Coverage: As suggested by the name, the focus of the Journal is on the banking issues although papers related to Finance and Economics are also considered. Readership:
Bankers and Bank Employees, Academicians and Researchers, Economists, Regulatory Authorities from the Central Bank, Government Officials and Financial Policy Makers, Foreign Institutions interested in Nepalese Economy, Students, and other Individuals interested in the Banking, Finance, and Economic issue.

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Journal of Nepalese Business Studies

The objectives of the Journal of Nepalese Business Studies are to disseminate the research work of the faculty members, and students; and inform the students working for project work, and dissertation about the research activities of the faculty members, MBS and BBS students. So, every issue of this journal will disseminate the information on the field report, MBS dissertations and findings of the research of the faculty members. In addition to these, research papers related to the business studies will be published, but articles other than empirical ones will not be published in the forthcoming issues.
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Socio-Economic Development Panorama

The journal examines the trends and issues on social and economic aspects of Nepal.
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Asia-Pacific Social Science Review

The Asia-Pacific Social Science Review (APSSR) is an internationally refereed journal published biannually by De La Salle University, Manila, Philippines. It aims to advance and deepen the study of social sciences in Asia and the Pacific. The APSSR provides a venue for social scientists, policymakers, and practitioners to articulate, ventilate, and argue key questions and concerns towards a better understanding of social science disciplines and their impact on broad development issues.
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DLSU Business & Economics Review

The objective of the DLSU Business & Economics Review (B&E Review) is to publish high-quality theoretical, empirical, and methodological research in the fields of accounting, business management, commercial law, economics, finance, and marketing. Since it is the major academic journal of the College of Business and Economics (CBE) of De La Salle University, the articles published must meet high standards of scholarship. They should make significant contributions to the business and economics discipline, and stimulate interest in further research.
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Philippine Journal of Public Administration

The Philippine Journal of Public Administration is the official journal of the National College of Public Administration and Governance, University of the Philippines Diliman. It is published quarterly during the months of January, April, July, and October. The opinions expressed in the Journal are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National College of Public Administration and Governance nor of the University of the Philippines Diliman.
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Ethiopian Journal of Economics

The Ethiopian Economic Journal of Economics is a publication of the Ethiopian Economic Association. It is a bi annual publication devoted to the advancement of economics as a scientific discipline in Ethiopia. However, contributions of articles by non-Ethiopian and on economic experience of other countries are considered for publication.
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Botswana Journal of Economics

The Botswana Journal of Economics is a professional journal established for the dissemination of contemporary economic issues––theoretical, methodological, and policy relevant––in the context of both the immediate environment and the wider international community. It is open to all researchers in the field of economics. Non-members as well as members of the Association are welcome to submit unpublished research articles for editorial consideration.
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African Review of Economics and Finance

The African Review of Economics and Finance (AREF) is the official journal of the African Finance and Economics Consult (AFEC). The Journal acknowledges that the word 'economic' is plural and all economies are positioned, situated, and embedded in particular societies. Therefore, how the economy is studied must necessarily be plural. From this perspective, the journal welcomes high quality articles in theoretical and empirical economics, be they orthodox, heterodox, or economics as an interdisciplinary social science, with special emphasis on African economies and/or how they relate to other economies in Africa or the rest of the world.

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African Journal of Economic Review

The African Journal of Economic Review (AJER) is a refereed, biannual Journal that publishes high quality and scholarly articles on economic issues relevant to Africa.  The AJER is an applied journal with keen interest in the following areas: Public sector economics, monetary economics, international trade and finance, agricultural economics, industrial economics, development economics, labour economics, health economics, environmental economics and economic reforms.

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African Journal of Economic Policy

The primary aim of this journal, an offshoot of the Trade Policy Research and Training Programme in Economics Department, University of Ibadan, is to provide a forum for development and equity on the African continent. It, therefore, welcomes well researched papers on the implications of a specific economic policy or a set of economic policies for growth, development and equity within individual African countries, group of African countries and the continent as a whole. Taking due cognizance of the fact that Africa is a member of the world community, the economic policy issues need not be limited to those undertaken within the continent. As such, articles focusing on the implications of policies undertaken by African governments (individually and/or collectively); governments of other nations (individually or collectively); multilateral institutions; multinational corporations; intergovernmental organizations; and non-governmental organizations for growth, development and equity on the African continent are cordially invited. The ultimate intention is to continuously sharpen the focus of all concerned on the efficacy of the various economic policies on the welfare of Africans regardless of who might be undertaking them.
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New Agenda: South African Journal of Social and Economic Policy

This is a policy journal analyzing social and economic issues in South Africa. We publish infomed articles by experts and decision makers. These articles are accessible to the ordinary reader.
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Nigerian Journal of Economic History

The Nigerian Journal of Economic History (NJEH) seeks to promote the scholarly study of Africa’s past economic issues and events from a diversity of perspectives, notably those of History, Economics, and other relevant disciplines. The journal, which encourages careful formulation of issues and methods, hopes to stimulate discourse among scholars with varied interests and backgrounds.
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Journal of Social Development in Africa

The Journal publishes analyses of social development issues as they affect the poor and marginalized. It deals especially with concerns relevant to sub Saharan Africa and is addressed to development and social workers, planners, policymakers and academics in a variety of fields. The Journal seeks to enhance understanding of the social development processes so as to contribute to the planning and implementation of appropriate intervention strategies at different levels. Its goal is to discover how to target projects that are relevant to those most in need and how to maximize popular participation to create egalitarian and productive communities.
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Journal of Business and Administrative Studies

JBAS’ purpose is to provide practitioners and scholars opportunities for research based debate as well as discourse in the fields of finance, economics, marketing, and public and development management and governance and related fields, disciplines and professions, particularly, as these relate to Ethiopia. It addresses itself to business community and academics in business, administrative and development studies.
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Ghana Journal of Development Studies

Ghana Journal of Development Studies (GJDS) is a multi-, trans- and an inter-disciplinary journal with a development focus. The GJDS publishes works on development policy, programming and projects, whether analytical, evaluative, basic, applicative and/or descriptive. It accepts papers from varied disciplinary areas including the physical sciences, social sciences and the humanities that show direct relevance to development. Emphasis is on empirical research that build on and/or ground theory. However, manuscripts of high quality on theoretical aspects of development-related disciplines as well as book reviews are considered for publication. The GJDS provides a forum for lecturers, researchers and development-related professionals to re/present findings on critical research and analysis of development issues with emphasis on, but not exclusive to the Ghanaian as well as African setting. The GJDS is a journal of the Faculty of Integrated Development Studies of University for Development Studies, Ghana.
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International Journal of Development and Management Review

To be proactive in initiating and sustaining quality academic debates in social Development and Management practices and theories while providing an institutional framework for the dissemination of such ideas through the publication of quality journals.
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International Journal of Development and Policy Studies

QDMRC - publisher of the International Journal of Development and Policy Studies - is a social science research-based organisation that works principally on gender, children and social policy research. The organisation currently co-ordinates gender research in all Nigerian higher institutions of learning, in addition to serving as the African Regional headquarters of the Pan-African Gender and Peace Research Group. The research group meets quarterly to review research on topical areas, in addition to considering further researchable areas. Membership of the research group is drawn among prolific academics and is open to interested academics with research interest in gender, peace, development and social policy. Applicants must be scholars of African descent with a track record of research and publications.
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African Journal of Finance and Management

The African Journal of Finance and Management is designed to carry articles, announcements, notes and reports on: In-depth, theoretical and empirical research, analysis of field experience and significant new developments in finance, management, banking, accountancy, insurance, social security, computers and related areas. Encouraging and promoting innovative ideas of wider applicability and those of specific interest to Tanzania. Reports on original and current research, field projects and reviews of books and other information carriers. Announcements of conferences, seminars, workshops, new courses, syllabi, teaching materials, letters, rejoinders and reviews. AUDIENCE: Those with a serious interest in finance management and related subject areas, including: Academics, researchers, trainers and students pursuing studies at tertiary and advanced levels. Policy makers, managers, decision-makers, practitioners and professionals working within both the private and public sectors. It is published twice a year.
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