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Journal of International Economy and Global Governance

Journal of International Economy and Global Governance (JIEGG) is to provide a platform for rigorous academic research and discourse on issues pertaining to the international economy and global governance. Our goal is to foster a dynamic exchange of ideas among academics, policymakers, and practitioners. We aspire to publish cutting-edge research that not only contributes to theoretical insights but also offers practical implications for addressing pressing global challenges, such as sustainable development. Through our commitment to excellence and intellectual integrity, we seek to establish the journal as a trusted source of knowledge and a catalyst for informed policy decisions and meaningful interventions in the international arena. [Aims & Scope]
  • Vision: JIEGG is China's first "young scholar-oriented" English international academic journal on global governance. JIEGG plans to develop into a world-class SSCI international journal in the next 3 years. Besides, to promote young scholars to participate in global governance actively, JIEGG will give high priority to accepting and publishing papers from undergraduate, master and PhD students that meet international academic standards..
  • 愿景:JIEGG是中国第1本“青年学者导向型”的全球治理英文国际学术期刊。JIEGG计划在未来3年发展成为世界一流的SSCI国际期刊。此外,为促进青年学者积极参与全球治理,JIEGG将优先录用并刊登符合国际学术水平的本科生、硕士生和博士生的论文。
Editorial Board: Shoujun Cui (Editor-in-Chief), Jian Ye (J. Manager) - [More Information]
Publisher: Macao Scientific Publishers(MOSP) |  Started:May 2024  |  Print ISSN: 3007-5149  Online ISSN: 3007-5157
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