IT&FA’s Journal

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Aims and Scope

The Global Economy Journal (GEJ) seeks to publish original and innovative research, as well as novel analysis, relating to the global economy.

The official peer-reviewed journal of the International Trade and Finance Association (IT&FA), Global Economy Journal (GEJ) is a well-established venue for peer-reviewed research on globalization and the institutions, laws, and agreements that structure the global economy, such as the WTO, the IMF, and the World Bank. The Global Economy Journal (GEJ) seeks to publish original and innovative research, as well as novel analysis, relating to the global economy. While its main emphasis is economic, GEJ is a multi-disciplinary journal. Its content mirrors the diverse interests and approaches of scholars involved with the international dimensions of business, economics, finance, history, law, marketing, management, political science, and related areas. GEJ also welcomes scholarly contributions from officials with government agencies, international agencies, and non-governmental organizations.

One over-arching theme that unites IT&FA members and gives focus to this journal is the complex globalization process, involving flows of goods and services, money, people, and information. As a result, the Global Economy Journal invites submissions that address important aspects of globalization. GEJ aspires to be timely and policy-oriented.

GEJ also invites submissions on global economy issues that reach across traditional academic boundaries, and are interdisciplinary, or multi-disciplinary, in character. While the journal will consider narrower studies, authors of submissions should strive to present their conclusions to a broader audience without sacrificing rigor or scientific validity.


Within this global context, appropriate topics of particular relevance to the Global Economy Journal include, but are not limited to:

Commercial Policy Communications Comparative Studies
Cross-Cultural Issues Diversity Issues Economic Development
Economic Integration Exchange Rates Finance and Investments
Fiscal and Monetary Policy Globalization Human Resource Management
Information Industry-Specific Issues Intellectual Property
Labor Issues Law and Governance Managerial Decision Making
Marketing Multilateral Institutions Multinational Corporations
National and Regional Studies Outsourcing and Offshoring Pedagogical Issues
Regionalism Regulatory Issues Technology Transfer

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