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The papers are sorted by topic, but obviously many papers fit with multiple topics.
IJEBR publishes original theoretical, empirical and experimental papers, review papers, case studies, and book reviews; occasionally, it publishes special issues on current fashionable themes in economics and/or business.16 January, 2019A new research paper in the International Journal of Economics and Business Research uses log-linear models to study the correlation between happiness, employment and various demographic factors [...]More details...
Last weekend, the North East Universities Development Consortium held its annual conference, with more than 160 papers on a wide range of development topics and from a broad array of low- and middle-income countries. ) summaries of every one of those papers that we could find on-line.
IJEBR addresses economics/business issues that are clearly applicable to private profit-making entities and/or to public policy institutions.
It considers all aspects of economics and business, including those combining business and economics with other fields of inquiry.
IJEBR, unlike its sister title, , does not require that authors write papers about the impact/implications of, "globalisation".
Instead, it publishes papers with local, national, regional and international implications.
Summary - "A large, size-based industrial policy reform in India reserved several products to be manufactured by small firms which increased consumer welfare by 1.62 percent.
(Chiplunkar)" Abstract (see asterisks, added by me) - "I then empirically test the theoretical predictions and estimate the model using the *dismantling* of a large, size-based industrial policy reform in India that reserved several products to be manufactured by small firms.