READS | Review of Economics and Development Studies

Review of Economics and Development Studies

ISSN (print): 2519-9692
ISSN (online): 2519-9706

AIMS & SCOPE

Since Review of Economics and Development Studies (READS) specializes in quantitative economic and development policy analysis, the target readers of the journal include economists and other social scientists in government, business, international agencies, universities, and research institutions. The journal strives to provide the most current and best research in the field of economics and development.

The major purpose of publishing READS is to disseminate applied knowledge, quality of research and generate debate on the contemporary issues in Applied Economics, Development and Business Economics in all its allied disciplines.

The READS aims at exploring the latest developments in all branches of Economics, Development Studies and Business Economics. This research journal is truly international in scope, covering all arenas & areas of developed, developing and emerging economies in the context of all disciplines of Economics and Development Studies.

The READS considers articles written in all areas of economics and development studies in emerging economies  including but not limited to microeconomics, macroeconomics, financial economics, environmental economics, sustainable economic growth and development, monetary economics, econometrics, agriculture economics, international economics, managerial economics, labor economics, public finance, political economy, game theory, health economics, development studies, population studies, national economy, monetary and financial economics, applied economics, behavioral and experimental economics, education economics, applied management, commerce, regional economics, education in the economy,  the law and economics, the industrial organization, economic history, economics of the natural resources and climate change, environmental economics, industry structure and public policy, economic modeling and  policy, corporate finance, psychology and economics, gender studies, business studies and management issues.