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Pakistan Journal of Applied Economics

  • Year publication
  • 1982
  • Frequency
  • 2
  • Article Publishing Frequency
  • 0
  • CGIJ OAJI
  • 0.000
  • Abbreviation
  • PJAE
  • Country
  • Pakistan
  • ISSN (print)
  • 0254-9204
  • ISSN (online)
  • 2519-0431
  • Editor in Chief
  • Dr. Samina Khalil
  • ISI
  • All articles
  • 0
  • Date added to OAJI
  • 05 Oct 2016
  • Scopus
  • All issues
  • 0
  • Free access
  • DOAJ
  • Full text language
  • English
  • Journal discipline
  • Journals
  • Economic Sciences
  • 232
  • Journal description
  • Pakistan Journal of Applied Economics covers the applied research areas like agriculture, credit, finance, savings and investment, economic policies, education, health and nutrition, industry, manpower and employment, monetary and fiscal, population, rural and urban development, trade and aid, environment, transport and communication, water and power, etc. Papers with empirical work are preferred, which is helpful for policy making issues on the Third World Countries. The target group of readers is economists in academia, research institutions, government, etc., both local and international.
  • Journal is indexed by
  • Journal of Economic Literature (JEL), ABDC, ProQuest (International Bibliography of Social Sciences), MIAR (Information Matrix for the Analysis of Journal), ECONBIZ
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