Aims and Scope

Aims and Scope 

Journals are founded with a mission to introduce the core ideas of business and economics and to facilitate the exchange of intellectual ideas, thoughts, and information among members of academia, industry, and government globally. One of the key objectives of journals is to enhance the growth and advancement of the field of business and economics. Journals host and hold a number of conferences as well as publish scholarly research articles in business and economics segments.

The main purposes of journals are as follows : 

  • To provide a forum for exchanging ideas among those who are concerned in business and economics research in academia, in government at all levels, in private sector, and in other sectors such as non-profit organizations and foundations.
  • To encourage research focusing on new ideas for business entrepreneurs from variety of perspectives.
  • To publish research findings and other contributions to the understanding of social business through seminars, conferences, publications, websites, the press, and the others


We believe that business and economics models have a lot to offer to the marginalized and the people at the bottom of the economic pyramid. We also believe that the model can have a significant role in establishing equality in economically unjust society. However, in order to build the academic integrity of business, now there is a need to ensure the smooth replication of the model in the practical field of entrepreneurship and for doing so the edges of this model should be eliminated with continuous quality research and development in the sectors of business and economics. The Journals are not prescriptive with respect to any specific methodology. We accept manuscripts with qualitative and quantitative approaches on same merit. The areas of interest for the Journals are to illustrate and explore relationships, including social and government policy; anthropology; sociology; for-profit and not-for-profit management; financial and regulatory aspects of business and economics; organizational theory; strategy; development economics; social innovation; comparative development theory; sustainable development, ethics and moral philosophy; and social psychology.