About this Journal
African Journal of Economics AJE accepts contributions on all the known fields of the discipline, including methodology and economic history ands, econometrics, Inflation Issues, Regulatory Issues, Health Issues, Monetary & Fiscal Policy Issues, Political Economy. Articles focusing on the implications of policies undertaken by African governments (individually and/or collectively); governments of other nations (individually or collectively); multilateral institutions; multinational corporations; intergovernmental organizations; and non-governmental organizations for growth, development and equity on the African continent are cordially invited.
The Journal encourages empirical work on developing economies. Importantly the focus is on both theoretical developments and methodological innovations that reflect developing countries and the policy challenges they pose. The journal invites submissions primarily of original research articles, as well as survey articles and reviews relevant to its context.
African Journal of Economics will be indexed by Scopus, CNKI Scholar, Google Scholar, Index Copernicus, DOAJ, and SCI after several consecutive issues have been published.
African Journal of Economics does not have an Impact Factor being a new journal. It will work with Thomson Reuters (ISI) to ensure that citation analysis of articles published in African Journal of Economics will be available within the shortest possible time.