Shanlax International Journal of Economics

A Peer-reviewed Scholarly Indexed Quarterly Journal

Aim

Shanlax International Journal of Economics is the an open-access Journal published by Shanlax International Journals. Shanlax International Journals are meant for promoting by an interest of the blooming and prospective writers. Within this orientation, the journal provides a focus for theoretical, applied, interdisciplinary, history of thought and methodological work, with the strong emphasis on realistic analysis, the development of critical perspectives, the provision and use of empirical evidence, and the construction of policy. The articles published in the Shanlax International Journals are intended to give an exposure to the Research Scholars pursuing their investigations at PhD level.

Journal Information

Title Shanlax International Journal of Economics
Frequency Quarterly (December, March, June and September)
P-ISSN 2319-961X E-ISSN 2582-0192
Chief Editor Dr.M.Chitra Publisher S.Lakshmanan, B.E.,
Subject Economics Published by Shanlax International Journals
Starting Year 2012 E-Mail editorsij@shanlaxjournals.in
Mobile No (+91) 9043303383 Phone No (0452) 4208765
Website www.shanlaxjournals.in/journals/index.php/economics
Address Shanlax International Journals
66, V.P. Complex, T.P.K. Main Road, Near KVB, Vasantha Nagar,
Madurai-625003, Tamil Nadu, India

Scope

The Journal publishes papers with local, national, regional and international implications. Topics covered include Microeconomics, Behavioural and health economics, Government regulation, taxation, law issues, Macroeconomics, Financial markets, investment theories, banking, International economics, FDI, Economic development, system dynamics, Environmental studies, urban issues, emerging markets, Empirical studies, quantitative/experimental methods, heterodox economics as well as other social science disciplines. The Editors welcome submissions in this spirit on economic and social issues including, but not only, unemployment, inflation, the organisation of production, the distribution of the social product, class conflict, economic underdevelopment, globalisation and international economic integration, changing forms and boundaries of markets and planning, and uneven development and instability in the world economy.