Inya Economic Journal
Call for Papers
Vol.2 No.2 (2021)
Inya Economic Journal (IEJ) welcomes original, and unpublished research articles on Myanmar Economy including economic relations with external economies and the impacts of policy shifts of external economy(ies). IEJ Editorial Team selects and accepts the research articles both from the experienced researchers, practitioners, policy analysts and from young researchers.
IEJ arranges, “Young Researchers Promotion Program” for this upcoming issue. For the selected young researchers, IEJ will provide the research methodology training, supervision and mentoring sections from the editorial team to encourage the innovative research ideas of young researchers and to promote the academic atmosphere in the society.
All the enthusiastic persons or the group of persons must submit the title, the abstract of the research articles, research methodology and the researcher(s)’s CV including education and research achievements to IEJ email; firstname.lastname@example.org cc: email@example.com. The editorial procedures of IEJ can be studied on the following link: https://www.inyaeconomics.org/journal-policy/
Submission topics of interest include the following areas or research themes but are not limited to:
Myanmar Economic Development and Macroeconomics
Fiscal Policy, Fiscal Federalism, Natural Resource Economics and Public Economics
Area Studies of Economics
Income Inequality and Social Mobility
Economics and Gender
IEJ extends Inya Security Studies (ISS) section
The successful applicants of the journal will have an opportunity to present the research article in the research conference. The applicants who would like to present the research article in the conference must be accomplished a month ahead of the deadline.
Deadline to submit the abstract, methodology and the information of the applicant(s): 20 July 2021
Date to announce the successful applicant(s): 31 July 2021
Deadline to submit the first drafts of the research articles: 31 August 2021
Deadline to submit the final output of the research articles: 30 September 2021