Scope of Journal
International Journal of Novel Research in Marketing Management and Economics (IJNRMME) is a high citation leading journal of Management Marketing and Economics. It is a scholarly peer reviewed journal that publishes high-impact articles of recent research. Major topics covered by the journal are listed below. Editorial board members invite topics on recent problems faced by managers in their organization and their proposed solutions. A double Blindfold peer review process is used for article reviewing.
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ISSN 2394 - 7322
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Publication Frequency: Weekly Published Journal, Issue Finalized three times in a Year.
Accounting; Alternative developments; Asset pricing; Banking; Biophysical economics; Bi-regional interest; Business cycle; Capital markets; Classical economics; Common challenges; Computational finance; Constitutional economics; Corporate finance; Dependency theory; Derivatives; Development economics; Ecological economics; Economic analysis; Economic growth; Economic policy; Economics and finance; Empirical finance; Evolutionary economics; Experimental finance; Feminist economics; Finance; Financial assets; Financial econometrics; Financial economics; Financial engineering; Financial institutions; Financial problems; Financial stability; Financial time series; Firms; Fiscal policy; Global asset allocation; Global economics; Global governance; Growth; Historical events; Industrial economics; Inflation and monetary policy; Institutional economics; International trade; Labor economics; Macro economics; Macro monetary; Macro monetary; Macroeconomics; Market failure; Markets; Mathematical finance; Monetarism; Monetary economics; New classical economics; Opportunities; Optimization methods; Political economics; Portfolio analysis; Post-keynesian economics; Pricing models; Production, cost, and efficiency; Public finance; Public sector; Regional economics; Security studies; Socio-cultural developments; Specialization; Stochastic analysis; Stock market analysis; Structuralist economics; Supply and demand; Supply-side economics; Systemic risk; Theoretical economics; Theory of the firm; Trading strategy; Trading strategy for investment; Uncertainty and game theory; Unemployment; World capital markets; World systems theory.