Realm of JNE

The Journal of New Economics (JNE) invites theoretical and empirically informed papers which will put the focus on productive enterprises, bring recovery and stabilize economy with job creation, limit and regulate speculative financial institutions and instruments, and improve corporate governance by influencing the incentives more deeply and proactively.

The JNE invites contributions that offer creative new ideas, observations and analyses in areas such as Real-World Economics – in the tradition of Adam Smith, J M Keynes, Amartya Sen, Andrew Skinner, Muhammad Yunus, Amitai Etzioni, Joseph Stiglitz, Paul Krugman and John Komlos.

Precisely, the Journal seeks to attract contributions that offer creative ideas, observations and analyses in areas across a range of sectors and cultural settings called ‘Realm of JNE’:

  • Wealth of Nations vs Wealth and Welfare of People
  • Division of Labour - Cornerstone of Modern Economics: Ibn Khaldun (1332-1406) vs Adam Smith (1723–1790)
  • Economics as a Moral Science
  • Economics with Justice
  • Economics of Changes and Growth
  • Economics in Post-2008 Crash: A Discipline in Need of Renewal?
  • Multiple Faces of World Poverty and Inequality
  • Economic Theory vs Real-World Economics
  • Economics of Ultra-Poor: Learning for a Living, Healthcare and Energy Solutions
  • Innovation and Growth
  • Fast Advancing Technology and Threats from Artificial Intelligence
  • New Economics of Climate Change and Resource Sustainability
  • Failures of Capitalism: Social Business - A Frontier to Save Capitalism?
  • Financial Crash 2008: Capitalism with a Human-face
  • Globalization Impacting Negative?
  • Grassroots Capitalism – Microcredit, Microfinance, Philanthropy and Charity
  • Micro-Up Route to Economic Transformation
  • Growth Dynamics and Rural Livelihood
  • Youth Mobilization and Sustainability Generation
  • Social Media and Surveillance Economy
  • Democracy and Civic Courage; Accountable Governance and Civic Society
  • SDGs Reach by Adoption of Community Development Tools
  • Covid-19 Pandemic & Recovery: Challenges and Opportunities

The JNE would stimulate and enhance capacity, quality and recognition of interdisciplinary research in crucial areas of JNE Realm and foster a coalition of academic and research community, and real-world practitioner economists. The Journal will be multidimensional in approach, and international in coverage in terms of scholarship and world realism.

Although academic in nature, the Journal JNE encourages both real-world academics & researchers and practitioners to submit case studies and in-depth analyses documenting rigorous re-evaluation of existing economic theories and models in pursuit of sound economic theory, and methods and practices in reshaping the profession. Also, the Journal does encourage constructive Review of Published Book(s) and Article(s) falling in defined ‘Realm of JNE’.

Readership of JNE

The JNE seeks to effectively facilitate informed consultation among practitioners, policy makers, academics and researchers, and individuals concerned with complex economics issues and innovative ideas, and young people studying and researching real-life economic challenges, thus new issues and social interventions towards sustainability. The JNE provides a platform for real-life practitioners, policy makers, academics, and researchers in relevant functional areas of economics and relevant social sciences, and business and technology to disseminate and share information on most recent research, knowledge and experiences worldwide. 

Given multidimensional realm of theoretical and empirically informed papers and reports, and real-life practitioner experiences, JNE increasingly attracts readership at educational, research and training institutions leaning to curricula in economics, business and entrepreneurship.

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