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THE REGIONAL COMPREHENSIVE ECONOMIC PARTNERSHIP (RCEP): ISSUES AND CHALLENGES FOR THE EUROPEAN UNION

 

The Journal of Social Sciences: Transformations & Transitions invites submissions for a special issue focusing on the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) and its implications for the European Union (EU). This special issue aims to explore the multifaceted dimensions of the RCEP agreement and its potential effects on the global trade landscape, regional economic integration, and EU-Asia collaborations. We welcome research papers, theoretical contributions, empirical studies, and case analyses that shed light on various aspects of RCEP's impact on the EU.

 

We are delighted to introduce Dr. Badar Alam Iqbal [Ph.D. & DBA] as the distinguished Guest Editor of this Special Issue. Dr. Iqbal, an Extraordinary Professor at the Department of Economics, Faculty of Economics and Finance, Tshwane University of Technology (South Africa), has a remarkable academic career.
 

  • Deadline for the papers December 31, 2023

  • Publication of SI Tentative February-March 2024

 

Please refer to the Call for Papers for further information.

Conflicts

Journal of World Economy: Transformations & Transitions (​JOWETT) publishes special issues of peer-reviewed research papers focused on existing conflicts in the fields of economics, finance, business, and management, with an emphasis on transformations in the participating countries and challenges for the international business, world economy, international economic and financial relations arising under the impact of such conflicts, which is evidence of the necessity for actual and open access academic research.  

The Conflict Collection Issue calls for papers investigating following conflicting subjects:

 

  • Europe & Russia: Does partnership meet national interests or conflict escalation?

  • China's Economic Policy: Should it be stopped or welcomed?

  • Middle & Near East: The economic side of chaos, war, sanctions, and authoritarianism.

You are free to choose the subject and title.  

Manipulations

​Journal of Social Sciences: Transformations & Transitions (JOSSTT) publishes special issues of peer-reviewed research papers focused on Manipulations within the fields of social sciences, mainly in political sciences, international relations, socio-legal studies and sociology, with an emphasis on transformations in the manipulative methods and policies, national and international awareness concerning manipulative instruments with consequent challenges for societies and nations, as well as legal evolutions to provide local and global safety and transparency, which is evidence of the necessity for actual and open access academic research.  

The Manipulations Collection Issue calls for papers investigating named subjects, profoundly and objectively providing original research papers with significant results.

 

You are free to choose the subject and title.  
 

 

 

 

 

Submission

We encourage scholars and researchers to submit their articles dedicated to the profound study of the above-named subjects, providing new and significant results. 

 

To submit your paper, designated for special collections, you should choose the right option during submission process.

There is no limitation on the quantity of accepted papers. 

Peer-Review process: 21 days
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Publication date: Accepted articles will be published immediately after approval.


 

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