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Journal of Interdisciplinary Economics

Journal of Interdisciplinary Economics

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Economics | Financial Economics

eISSN: 23215305 | ISSN: 02601079 | Current volume: 36 | Current issue: 2 Frequency: Bi-annually

The Journal of Interdisciplinary Economics is a peer-reviewed journal publishing since 1985.

The explosion of information and research that has taken place in recent years has had a profound effect upon a variety of existing academic disciplines giving rise to the dissolution of barriers between some, mergers between others and the creation of entirely new fields of enquiry. The social sciences have not been immune to the effects of this transformation, but a great deal of relevant information that has been discovered in related fields of study, inter alia, sociology, psychology, history and anthropology, still has yet to be fully incorporated into the central body of economic doctrines traditionally taught in colleges and universities. Economics, as a result, has been shielded from exciting developments that have occurred in the physical sciences, philosophy, technology and mathematics.

The journal gives priority to publishing articles that bring insights from other disciplines into economics as well as those that link ideas from different branches of economics in an innovative way. Papers and comments are particularly welcome on topics that focus, from an interdisciplinary perspective, on neglected boundary areas, hidden assumptions and axioms in economics that may not be self-evident. The aim is to contribute towards the development of an economic science more appropriate to the contemporary global environment, thereby enabling economists to tackle problems that have been created within that environment.

The advisory board of the journal includes a number of distinguished scholars who have fruitfully straddled disciplinary boundaries in their academic research.

This journal is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).

The Journal of Interdisciplinary Economics is a peer-reviewed journal publishing since 1985.

The explosion of information and research that has taken place in recent years has had a profound effect upon a variety of existing academic disciplines giving rise to the dissolution of barriers between some, mergers between others and the creation of entirely new fields of enquiry. The social sciences have not been immune to the effects of this transformation, but a great deal of relevant information that has been discovered in related fields of study, inter alia, sociology, psychology, history and anthropology, still has yet to be fully incorporated into the central body of economic doctrines traditionally taught in colleges and universities. Economics, as a result, has been shielded from exciting developments that have occurred in the physical sciences, philosophy, technology and mathematics.

The Journal of Interdisciplinary Economics follows a double-blind peer review policy. The journal straddles disciplinary boundaries to enhance our understanding of economic issues, both theoretical and empirical. It gives priority to publishing articles that bring insights from other disciplines into economics as well as those that link ideas from different branches of economics in an innovative way. Papers and comments are particularly welcome on topics that focus, from an interdisciplinary perspective, on neglected boundary areas, hidden assumptions and axioms in economics that may not be self-evident.

The aim is to contribute towards the development of an economic science more appropriate to the contemporary global environment, thereby enabling economists to tackle problems that have been created within that environment.

The advisory board of the journal includes a number of distinguished scholars who have fruitfully straddled disciplinary boundaries in their academic research.

Editor
Prabir Bhattacharya School of Social Sciences, Heriot-Watt University, UK
International Advisory Board
Basudeb Chaudhuri University of Caen, France
Meghnad Desai London School of Economics and Political Science, UK
Geoff Harris Department of Public Management & Economics, Durban University of Technology, South Africa
Xiaoxia Huang University of Science and Technology Beijing, China
Timur Kuran Duke University, USA
Alan Martina ANU College of Business and Economics, The Australian National University, Australia
Jonathan Michie Kellogg College, University of Oxford, UK
Dilip Nachane Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research, Mumbai, India
Yasushi Nakamura Yokohama National University, Japan
Riccardo Natoli School of Accounting and Finance, University of Victoria, Canada
Anthony Ogus School of Law, Manchester University UK
Ananya Mukherjee Reed Department of Political Science, York University, Canada
Tirthankar Roy London School of Economics & Political Science, UK
Jayati Sarkar Indira Gandhi Institute for Development Research, Mumbai, India
Takahiro Sato RIEB, Kobe University, Japan
Hans-Bernd Schäfer Bucerius Law School, Germany
Christophe Schinckus University of the Fraser Valley, Canada
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