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International Journal of Economics & Management Sciences publishes theoretical, empirical and experimental papers that significantly contribute to the disciplines of Telecommunications, Currency, Life marketing, Inflation, Stock Exchange, Exchange Rate, Investment, Marketing Management, Economics of Standards, Modern Inputs, Technological Change, Microfinance, etc. Using a wide range of research methods including statistical analysis, analytical work, case studies, field research, book reviews, literature surveys, historical analysis and articles examining significant research questions from a broad range of perspectives in Economics and Management Sciences body of knowledge are encouraged to be sent to IJEMS.
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Economic capital is used for measuring and reporting market and operational risks across a financial organization. Economic capital measures risk using economic realities rather than accounting and regulatory rules, which have been known to be misleading. As a result, it is thought to give a more realistic representation of a firm's solvency.
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Financial economics is a branch that analyzes the use and distribution of resources in markets in which decisions are made under uncertainty. Financial decisions must often take into account future events, whether those be related to individual stocks, portfolios or the market as a whole. Financial economics employs economic theory to evaluate how time, risk (uncertainty), opportunity costs and information can create incentives or disincentives for a particular decision.
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Hospitality Management incorporate accounting, administration, finance, information systems, marketing, human resources, public relations, business methodology and additionally specific points in the different ranges of hospitality business. Hospitality Management it refers to the investigation of the hospitality industry and its management needs.
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Industrial and management optimization is a branch of engineering dealing with the optimization of complex processes or systems. It is concerned with the development, improvement, implementation and evaluation of integrated systems of people, money, knowledge, information, equipment, energy, materials, analysis and synthesis, as well as the mathematical, physical and social sciences together with the principles and methods of engineering design to specify, predict, and evaluate the results to be obtained from such systems or processes.
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Innovation Policy and the Economy provides a forum for research on the interactions among public policy, the innovation process, and the economy. The distinguished contributors cover all types of policy that affect the ability of an economy to achieve scientific and technological progress or that affect the impact of science and technology on economic growth.
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Social economic planning science theories do not move in lockstep with those of orthodox schools of economics, which often make the assumption that actors are self-interested and can rationally make decisions. It frequently considers topic outside of what standard matters of trade and profit concentrates on, including the impact of nature and biology on consumption and wealth.
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Economic indicator is a statistic used for judging the health of an economy, such as GDP per head, the rate of unemployment or the rate of inflation. Such statistics are often subject to huge revisions in the months and years after they are first published, thus causing difficulties and embarrassment for the economic policymakers who rely on them.
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Total quality management (TQM) as a methodology began from quality assurance methods. It is a business approach aiming at providing quality products to achieve customer satisfaction. The principle idea of effective quality management is followed this DMAIC – Define, measure, analyze, improve and control. This approach encourage team work to attain organization success. This examination watched that quality could be accomplished if administration is sharp and laborers roused to accomplish quality and fulfill the clients for success and business achievement.
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Value-Based Management (VBM) offers a chance to join the force of phenomenal administration philosophies with registering and correspondences, so as to drive noteworthy authoritative change and gainfulness change.Value Based Management (VBM) is a term that is presently being popularized by software companies and consultants in order to describe an integrated framework of measurement and management tools.
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Entrepreneurship Development level, a key role of the programmer is to develop tools and programmers that deal with the long term effects of entrepreneurial culture. In this regard, ILO has developed Know About Business (KAB), a practical tool that addresses the challenge of youth unemployment highlighted in the Millennium Development Goals.
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Management in education concept can help a school or college provide better service to its primary customers-students and employers. This course provides participants with the necessary knowledge and skills associated with the building and use of information systems in educational planning and management. It deals with information systems for all levels of education and which can be utilized at all levels of administration.
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Classical Economics equilibrium was ensured in the labour market by movements in wages and in the capital market by changes in the rate of interest. The interest rate ensured that total savings in an economy were equal to total investment. In disequilibrium, higher interest rates encouraged more saving and less investment, and lower rates meant less saving and more investment. When the demand for labour rose or fell, wages would also rise or fall to keep the workforce at full employment.
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Monetary Neutrality is the change in the money supply that have no effect on real economic variables such as output, real interest rates and unemployment. If the central bank doubles the money supply, the price level will double too. Economists set out the classical dichotomy that economic variables come in two varieties, nominal and real, and that the things that influence nominal variables do not necessarily affect the real economy. Today few economists think that pure monetary neutrality exists in the real world, at least in the short run. Inflation does affect the real economy because, for instance, there may be sticky prices or money illusion.
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Econometrics is the mathematics and sophisticated computing applied to economics. Econometricians crunch data in search of economic relationships that have statistical significance. Sometimes this is done to test a theory; at other times the computers churn the numbers until they come up with an interesting result. Some economists are fierce critics of theory-free econometrics.
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Some economists argued that developments in information technology and globalisation had given birth to a new economy, which had a higher rate of productivity and growth than the old economy it replaced. Some went further, adding that in the new economy inflation was dead, the business cycle abolished and the traditional rules of economics were redundant. These claims were highly controversial. Other economists pointed out those similar predictions had been made during earlier periods of rapid technological change, yet the nature of economics was not fundamentally altered.
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Welfare Economics is the study of how different forms of economic activity and different methods of allocating scarce resources affect the well being of different individuals or countries. Welfare Economics focuses on questions about equity as well as efficiency.
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Development Economics is the proposition on which development economics was built was that poor countries were intrinsically different from rich ones and so needed their own set of economic models. Some development economists argued, for instance, that the self-interested, rational individual did not exist in traditional tribal societies. They claimed that because many poor countries had large agricultural populations and were often dependent on a few commodity exports for foreign exchange earnings, economic policies that suited rich countries would not work for them. However, the sequencing of these new policies seemed to make a big difference to how well they worked.
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Economic Transparency is meant for banks and other companies which made available more and better data about their financial condition. Likewise, the collapse of renowned industries provoked demands for greater transparency, to help improve corporate governance in the United States and other industrialised countries. Some economists reckon that transparency is one of the most effective methods for regulation of economy.
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Globalisation has also been used to describe growing income inequality between the world's rich and poor; the growing power of multinational companies relative to national government; and the spread of capitalism into former communist countries. Usually, the term is synonymous with international integration, the spread of free markets and policies of liberalisation and free trade. The process is not the result simply of economic forces. The driving force of globalisation has been multinational companies, which have constantly, and often successfully, lobbied governments to make it easier for them to put their skills and capital to work in previously protected national markets.
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Game theory is a technique for analysing how people, firms and governments should behave in strategic situations i.e., in which they must interact with each other, and in deciding what to do must take into account what others are likely to do and how others might respond to what they do. For instance, competition between two firms can be analysed as a game in which firms play to achieve a long-term. This theory helps each firm to develop its optimal strategy for pricing its products and deciding how much to produce; it can help the firm to anticipate in advance what its competitor will do and shows how best to respond if the competitor does something unexpected. It is particularly useful for understanding behaviour in monopolistic competition.
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*Unofficial 2015 Impact Factor was established by dividing the number of articles published in 2013 and 2014 with the number of times they are cited in 2015 based on Google search and the Scholar Citation Index database. If 'X' is the total number of articles published in 2013 and 2014, and 'Y' is the number of times these articles were cited in indexed journals during 2015 then, impact factor = Y/X