About the Journal

The Journal of Global Interdependence and Economic Sustainability (JGIES) (ISSN: 2955-0815) is a scholarly publication dedicated to exploring and advancing research in the fields of global interdependence and economic sustainability. The journal serves as a platform for academics, researchers, policymakers, and practitioners to exchange knowledge, ideas, and insights related to the intricate interconnectedness of economies and the challenges and opportunities associated with achieving sustainable development.

Scope and Focus:

JGIES covers a wide range of topics within the realm of global interdependence and economic sustainability. The journal's scope includes, but is not limited to, the following areas:

Globalization and International Trade: Investigations into the impact of globalization on trade patterns, international economic relations, and the role of multinational corporations.

Sustainable Economic Development: Research on promoting inclusive and sustainable economic growth, poverty alleviation, and equitable resource distribution.

Environmental Economics: Studies exploring the link between economic activities, environmental degradation, and the pursuit of eco-friendly policies for long-term sustainability.

Social and Cultural Dimensions: Analysis of the social and cultural factors that influence economic behavior, development policies, and their impact on societies.

Financial Markets and Institutions: Research on financial systems, monetary policies, and their implications for economic stability and global financial interdependence.

Technology and Innovation: Examination of the role of technology, innovation, and digitalization in fostering economic growth and addressing global challenges.

Policy Analysis: Evaluation of economic policies, trade agreements, and international cooperation efforts aimed at fostering sustainable development and reducing inequalities.

Publication Format:

JGIES welcomes original research articles, review papers, theoretical frameworks, empirical studies, case analyses, and policy discussions. The journal adopts a rigorous peer-review process to ensure the quality and validity of published content.

Frequency: JGIES is published monthly.

Target Audience:

The Journal of Global Interdependence and Economic Sustainability is tailored to scholars, researchers, policymakers, practitioners, and organizations interested in the complex interplay between global economics and sustainability issues. The journal's interdisciplinary approach encourages contributions from various academic disciplines, including economics, environmental studies, international relations, business, and social sciences.

Overall, JGIES aims to provide valuable insights into the dynamic and evolving landscape of global interdependence and economic sustainability, fostering a deeper understanding of the challenges and opportunities we face in our interconnected world.