There is immense interest today in the various economic, political and social issues facing emerging market countries. While such countries vary in size, history, resource endowments and income, they all share superior prospects for sustainable growth based on prudent macro-economic management, economic liberalization, openness to global markets and foreign investment, and a dynamic domestic private sector. International investors and multilateral companies have a keen interest in increasing their exposure to these economies. Finally, the emerging markets economies as well as the international business community have a shared interest in economic and trade development related issues specific to these economies.
The Global Journal of Emerging Market Economies, a refereed journal, promoted by the Emerging Markets Institute of Beijing Normal University, publishes original theoretical and empirical research papers, review papers, policy papers, and book reviews related to the field of emerging global economies. It aims to be the most reputable and creditable journal on global emerging markets that covers the following broad areas: Economic Development and Inclusive Growth, Climate Change and Energy, Infrastructure Development and Public Private Partnerships, Capital Flows to and from Emerging Market Economies, Regional Cooperation, Trade and Investment and Development of National and Regional Financial Markets and more urgent issues such as the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the emerging market economies
This peer-reviewed journal aims to make available basic reference material for policy-makers, business executives and researchers interested in issues of fundamental importance to the economic growth and development prospects and performance of emerging market economies.
This journal is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).
Global Journal of Emerging Market Economies is a peer-reviewed journal. The aim of the journal is to provide an international platform for knowledge sharing, discussion and networking on the various aspects related to emerging market economies through publications of original research-including theoretical and empirical papers, review papers, policy papers, and book reviews. It aims to make available basic reference material and in-depth analysis for policy-makers, business executives and researchers interested in issues of fundamental importance to the economic growth and development of emerging market economies.
An abstract of 150-250 words is most desirable. The topics for discussion are related to the following general categories:
E. Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics
F. International Economics
G. Financial Economics
H. Public Economics
I. Health, Education, and Welfare
J. Labor and Demographic Economics
L. Industrial Organization
O. Economic Development, Innovation, Technological Change, and Growth
Q. Agricultural and Natural Resource Economics • Environmental and Ecological Economics
R. Urban, Rural, Regional, Real Estate, and Transportation Economics
Specifically, the journal would be most interested to publish topics related to
Economic Development and Inclusive Growth
Climate Change and Energy
Infrastructure Development and Public Private Partnerships
Capital Flows to and from Emerging Market Economies
Trade and Investment and Development of National and Regional Markets
The Belt and Road Initiative
And more recent issues related to the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the emerging market economies
|Dean, Emerging Markets Institute (EMI); Director, The Belt and Road Research Institute (BRRI), Beijing Normal University (BNU), China
|President & CEO, Emerging Markets Forum and Centennial Group, USA
|Centennial Group Holdings, Washington DC, USA
|Emerging Markets Institute (EMI), Beijing Normal University (BNU), China
|Pompeo Della Posta
|Professor at the Belt and Road School, Beijing Normal University at Zhuhai, China
|Emerging Markets Institute (EMI), Beijing Normal University (BNU), China
|Emerging Markets Forum and Centennial Group, USA
|Vice President of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS), China
|Managing Editor, China & World Economy, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, China
|Head of International Research and Technical Assistance, Swiss National Bank, Switzerland
|Chairman, Emerging Market Services Ltd; Former Senior Executive VP, SGS S.A., Switzerland
|Justin Yifu Lin
|Dean of the Institute of New Structural Economics and the Institute of South-South Cooperation and Development, Peking University, China; Former Chief Economist and Senior Vice President of World Bank
|Senior Resident Scholar, Emerging Markets Forum, USA
|President, Centennial Group Latin America; Former Director, Western Hemisphere, International Monetary Fund (IMF), USA
|Former Managing Director, Asian Development Bank, Philippines
|Director-General, Independent Evaluation Group (IEG), World Bank; Former Country Director, Brazil, World Bank, USA
|Pompeo Della Posta
|Professor at the Belt and Road School, Beijing Normal University at Zhuhai, China
Global Journal of Emerging Market Economies
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