Focus & Scope

The Indonesian Journal of Economics, Social, and Humanities is a peer-reviewed scholarly publication that serves as a platform for disseminating high-quality research outcomes in the diverse realms of economics, social sciences, and humanities. Aligned with the rigorous standards set by the publisher (Universitas Riau, Indonesia), the journal is dedicated to advancing knowledge in these multifaceted disciplines through the exploration of both theoretical frameworks and practical applications.

 

Focus:

The primary focus of the journal is to showcase research findings that contribute significantly to the advancement of understanding in economics, social sciences, and humanities. It seeks to provide a comprehensive perspective on these disciplines by featuring studies that address contemporary challenges, propose innovative solutions, and deepen theoretical foundations.

 

Scope:

The scope of the Indonesian Journal of Economics, Social, and Humanities encompasses a wide array of theories and practices within the specified fields. This includes, but is not limited to, the following areas:

  1. Economics: Original research articles exploring various aspects of economic theory, policy, and practice, including but not limited to microeconomics, macroeconomics, international economics, and economic development.
  2. Social Sciences: In-depth analyses and discussions on topics related to sociology, anthropology, psychology, communication, and other social science disciplines that contribute to a holistic understanding of societal dynamics.
  3. Humanities: Contributions that explore the cultural, historical, linguistic, and philosophical dimensions of human societies, fostering a nuanced comprehension of our shared human experience.
  4. Business: Research that delves into business management, strategy, marketing, entrepreneurship, and related areas, providing insights into the challenges and opportunities faced by organizations in the contemporary business landscape.
  5. Finance and Accounting: Studies focusing on financial markets, accounting principles, corporate finance, and related areas, aiming to enhance our understanding of financial systems and practices.
  6. Law and Political Science: Scholarly works addressing legal frameworks, political theories, governance structures, and public policies, contributing to the discourse on effective governance and the rule of law.
  7. Education: Articles examining educational theories, practices, policies, and innovations, with an emphasis on advancing knowledge in the field of education and its impact on societal development.

 

The Indonesian Journal of Economics, Social, and Humanities invites researchers, scholars, and practitioners to submit their original and impactful contributions, fostering a vibrant intellectual exchange and promoting excellence in the understanding of economics, social sciences, and humanities.