Journal of Interdisciplinary Economics
|J. Interdiscip. Econ.|
The Journal of Interdisciplinary Economics (JIE), a peer-reviewed academic journal is a forum in which those who wish to expand the boundaries of economic science are invited to contribute research that seeks out the hidden assumptions that determine the economist’s current world view, relax them and so evolve a new discipline more appropriate to the contemporary global environment, thereby enabling economists to tackle problems that have been created within that environment.
This journal is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).
Abstracting and indexing
Journal of Interdisciplinary Economics is abstracted and indexed in:
- Research Papers in Economics (RePEc)
- Australian Business Deans Council
- Sociological Abstracts - ProQuest
- Worldwide Political Science Abstracts - ProQuest
- http://charteredabs.org/academic-journal-guide-2015/ ABS Academic Journal Guide
- https://www.handelsblatt.com/downloads/9665428/1/Journal-Ranking/ Handelsblatt VWL journal ranking 2013
- http://www.aeres-evaluation.fr/Publications/Methodologie-de-l-evaluation/Listes-de-revues-SHS-de-l-AERES#listerevues/ AERES list Economie-Gestion 2012
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