International Journal of Economics

International Journal of Economics (IJE) aims at covering theoretical and empirical research that span the entire range of macroeconomics and microeconomics with especial focus on emerging and global growth corridors like Africa, Australia, BRIICS, Eastern Europe, Far East, Latin American, MENA, Middle East, South Asia, and South East Asia. IJE strongly believes that making significant policy contribution foster the sustainable development pace for these regions can only repeal our commitment to global stability and economic growth. The editors welcome the submission of high quality manuscripts with significant policy implications that are concerned with the theoretical or empirical aspects of the following broadly defined area of economics:

  • Agricultural Economics
  • Applied Economics in the area of Business and Commerce
  • Economics of growth, income, equality and welfare.
  • Development Economics
  • Econometrics
  • Energy Economics & Policy
  • Environmental Economics
  • Financial Economics
  • Financial Econometrics
  • International Finance
  • International Economics
  • Industrial Economics
  • Islamic Economics
  • Islamic Finance
  • Labor Economics
  • Managerial Economics
  • Monetary economics
  • Political Economics
  • Public Finance

The journal also interested in classical as well as unconventional economic ideas relating to free market and Islamic Economic systems. The Journal is published both in online and printed form. IJE publishes 6 issues per year.

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Vol 1, No 04 (2014): July

Table of Contents

Articles

Is There a Case for Fuel Subsidy Removal in Malaysia? PDF
Nor Azam Abdul Razak, Russayani Ismail, Roslan Abdul Hakim 01-13
An Empirical Analysis on Credit Risk Models and its Application PDF
Joocheol Kim, Eunhwan Kim 14-29
Will the Unemployment Rate Fall with a Robust Forecast for the U.S. Current Account Balance? PDF
Mehdi Hojjat,Ph.D. 30-36
An Assessment of Simultaneous Attainability of Internal and External Economic Stability: Evidence from Nigeria PDF
Francis Agboola Oluleye 37-46


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International Journal of Economics (Print) ISSN 2331-589X
International Journal of Economics (Online) ISSN 2331-5903

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