ISSN: 1819-8643 (print)

E-ISSN: 1998-1392 (online)


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The World Journal of Management and Economics (WJMEC) is an organization dedicated to the promotion of efficient and effective regional development policies through research, education and the discussion of ideas.

Its goal is to provide a platform for a multi-disciplinary approach to regional analysis. Submissions which fall within this general framework of regional analysis, policy, practice and development are welcome.

The journal includes research notes and reviews of books, and is a refereed journal published monthly.

WJMEC operates an international peer-review process and publishes monthly both in print and online. The journal also publishes research notes, book reviews and insights, and comments and debates from readers on published papers or important management questions of the day. It serves as a medium for recognizing excellence and exceptional service for advancing management scholarship, widely defined, and education and practice in Africa and between Africa and the rest of the world. 


The World Journal of Management and Economics is dedicated to improving our understanding of regional economic and social conditions and development processes in the world at large through research and the discussion of ideas. We welcome contributed articles falling within the broad disciplinary scope of Economics, Applied Economics, Accounting, Micro and macroeconomics, Business and Management Studies, International Economics of trade and relation policy.

Special Issue - December

Theme: Recent Challenges and Opportunities in the field of Artificial Intelligence, Green HRM and Industry 5.0

Guest Editors: Dr Sonu Dua, Associate Professor, Lyallpur khalsa College Technical Campus,

Dr Sakshi Dua, Assistant Professor, Lovely Professional University,

Dr. Megha Upadhyay , Assistant Professor, International Institute of Management Studies, Pune (MH),

Dr. Molly Chaturvedi , Assistant Professor, NMIMS, Hyderabad &

Dr Arora Gaurav Singh, Assistant Professor, Bennett University.

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Editor in Chief

Dr.Bruce T. Lamont

Assistant Editor

Dr.Harry S. Barkema

Dr.Winfred Arthur

Dr.Paul M Beamish

Dr.Baniyelme D. Zoogah

Dr.Richard B

Dr.Sue Canney C

Dr.Kaitlyn DeGhetto

Dr.Rian Drogendijk

Dr.Bernadine D Rian

Dr.Kimberly Ellis

Dr.Michael Frese

Dr.Brett Gilbert Jackson

Dr.Ralph Hamann M

Dr.Oscar Holmes

Dr.Benson Honig

Dr.Terence Jackson

Dr.Carla Jones S

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  • ISSN:1819-8643 (print)
  • E-ISSN:1998-1392 (online)

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  • Methods, statistics and other analyses are performed to a high technical standard and are described in sufficient detail.
  • Results reported have not been published elsewhere.
  • Conclusions are presented in an appropriate fashion and are supported by the data.
  • The article is presented in an intelligible fashion and is written in standard English (British usage).
  • The research meets all applicable ethical standards.
  • The article adheres to guidelines provided in the Instructions for Authors section.

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Plagiarism Policy

Plagiarism happens when someone portrays the work of another (data, text, or theories) as if it were his/her own without giving due credit. There are several levels of plagiarism. The severity is determined by the extent of the copied content, the originality of the copied material, the position/context/type of material, and the referencing/attribution of the material utilized. Because each situation is unique, choices will differ from one another.

  • Plagiarism examples include, but are not limited to:
  • Copying someone else's work verbatim and submitting it as one's own.
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  • Rephrasing the original words and/or structure of the material and presenting it as one's own.
  • Mixing slightly reworked content from many sources and presenting what has already been published as new.
  • The work is mentioned, however the sections that are quoted are not properly specified. This can be coupled with sections of the text that have been copied without citation.

Note: Please keep in mind that the preceding is not directly relevant to review papers. Review articles are designed to provide a synopsis of the current literature. Except for appropriately quoted and/or mentioned sources, authors should use their own words, and the work should incorporate a novel viewpoint.

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Authors who require a deviation from this guideline should notify the Journal when submitting their manuscript.

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The described work has never been published before (except in the form of an abstract or as part of a published lecture or academic thesis or as an electronic preprint). For additional information,mail us.

That it is not being considered for publishing anywhere else.

The article's content is the unique work of the author(s), and it was written in accordance with our plagiarism policy.

That its publishing has been allowed by all authors and, implicitly or explicitly, by the relevant authorities where the work was done, and that, if accepted, it will not be published elsewhere in the same form, in any other medium.

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The article should have the following structure:

First Page:

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Second Page:

  • Main Content Page Starting from Introduction
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  • Reference.



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