Aims and Scope

Resistive economy is a school and a strategy to achieve the minimum vulnerability and optimal point on the circumstances that independent variables such as economic sanctions and global restrictions, rule on economy. Therefore, due to develop the theme, scientific aspects and features of this economy, this journal has been set up to convey the ideological foundations of the resistive economy to literature of global economy.

OAJRE is involved in Economic research and deals with knowledge based on fact that you can prove, by experiments and theories. The main themes are consist of Economics including Economy under Sanctions, Green Economics, Entrepreneurship, Military Economics and Management, Oil and Gas Economics and Management which each one has plenty of sub themes:

Economy under Sanctions

Green economics

Military Economics and Management

Oil and Gas Economics and Management

Entrepreneurship

Economy under Sanctions

Resistive economy is a school and a strategy to achieve the minimum vulnerability and optimal point on the circumstances that independent variables such as economic sanctions and global restrictions, rule on economy. Therefore, due to develop the theme, scientific aspects and features of this economy, this journal has been set up to convey the ideological foundations of the resistive economy to literature of global economy.

Themes and Sub-themes

Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:

  • Explain the economic conditions of sanctioned countries (China, Libya, India, Cuba, Iran, Iraq, Pakistan, South Africa, Syria, Sudan, Afghanistan, Russia, North Korea, etc.) from the perspective of macro-Economic variables (exports, imports, privatization, inflation, interest rates, exchange rate, GDP, per capital income, economic growth, tax, unemployment, etc.)
  • Explain the economic conditions under sanctions from the perspective of micro economic variables (market, consumer, manufacturer, price, utility, and the price elasticity of production, replacement and return of …)
  • Economic sanctions and social variables (general health, health, Racism, Poverty, migration, food security, environment, Social Capital, etc.);
  • Economic sanctions and international politics and law (human rights, democracy, humanitarian aid, etc.)
  • The impact of sanctions on the production and trade of energy (oil, gas, etc.);
  • Terms of economic sanctions and international monetary and financial systems;
  • The impact of sanctions on banking and international trade;
  • Economic sanctions and Doing business, entrepreneurship, SMEs;
  • The impact of international sanctions on international organizations and companies, FDI & FPI;
  • The Nature and Models of Sanction;
  • Manage Sanctions;
  • Typology of Sanctions;
  • Sanctions and Resistive Economic;
  • Management of Organizations and Companies In Terms Of Sanctions;
  • Reduce the Social and Economic Effects of Sanctions;
  • Geneva Agreement and Its Consequences;
  • Military Economy.

Green Economics

 Resistive economy is a school and a strategy to achieve the minimum vulnerability and optimal point on the circumstances that independent variables such as economic sanctions and global restrictions, rule on economy. Therefore, due to develop the theme, scientific aspects and features of this economy, this journal has been set up to convey the ideological foundations of the resistive economy to literature of global economy.

Themes and Sub-themes

Theories and Concepts:

  • Environmental Economics;
  • Environmental Management;
  • Green industries;
  • Welfare Economics;
  • Development Economics;
  • Agricultural Economics;
  • Eco Socialism;
  • Green Tourism;
  • Eco Feminism And Women’s Economics;
  • Strengthening economic competitiveness;
  • Foreign Direct Investment; and
  • Game Theory.

Structural Questions:

  • Privatization;
  • Good Governance;
  • Doing Business;
  • NGO’s;
  • Consumerism;
  • Civil Society and Attitudes to Acceptable Economic Activity;
  • Environmental Management As an Industry;
  • Taxing;
  • Off Shoring;
  • Outsourcing;
  • Multinationals And Tariff Barriers;
  • Polluter Pays; and
  • Etc.

International Institutions and Corporate Activity:

  • EU;
  • UN;
  • IMF;
  • World Bank;
  • WTO;
  • UNCTAD;
  • GATTS;
  • Sovereign Wealth Fund;
  • Trading Blocks;
  • New Protectionism;
  • International Governance;
  • Roles and Activity within Multinationals;
  • Procurement;
  • Processes of Globalization at a Practical Level;
  • Limiting The Power of The Multinationals; and
  • Etc.

New Initiatives and Cases, Experience and Applications:

  • Green Solutions;
  • Green intelligence;
  • Eco Taxes;
  • Resource Management;
  • Renewable Energy;
  • Green Management
  • Green Building;
  • New Economic Indicators;
  • Zero Waste;
  • Reuse;
  • Recycle;
  • Repair;
  • Quality of Life and Consumerism;
  • Information Technology and environments; and
  • Etc.

New Paradigms of the Economy:

  • Biosphere, Non-Human Species;
  • Women Minorities;
  • Post Agricultural Social and Economic Requirements and Organization;
  • Planning to Reduce Surplus and not to Harness it for Power over Others;
  • New Fertilizer and environmental effects; and
  • Etc.

Social Justice:

  • Less Developed Countries;
  • Subsistence Economies;
  • Purchasing Power Parity;
  • Income Distribution;
  • Poverty Its Definitions And Effects;
  • Quality of Life Indicators;
  • Tools for Ensuring that Policies Involve Justice; and
  • Environmental Justice and Consequences of Lack of It.

Military Economics and Management

 Resistive economy is a school and a strategy to achieve the minimum vulnerability and optimal point on the circumstances that independent variables such as economic sanctions and global restrictions, rule on economy. Therefore, due to develop the theme, scientific aspects and features of this economy, this journal has been set up to convey the ideological foundations of the resistive economy to literature of global economy.

Themes and Sub-themes

The Economics of War:

  • War military expenses;
  • Background and state of economy prior to war;
  • Peacekeeping funding;
  • Recent wars and world economy;
  • Most military countries and their economy;
  • Value of economic lost in war;
  • Defense budget; and
  • Defense subsidy.

Military Service:

  • Relation between Military service and GDP, Entrepreneurship, Unemployment, …
  • Troops costs; and
  • The impact of Conscription on economic growth.

Military Treaty Organization:

  • North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and world economy
  • Southeast Asian Treaty Organization (SATO) and world economy
  • Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty (NPT) and world economy

Military Markets:

  • International arms market;
  • Global military expenditures;
  • Arms producing companies;
  • Arms trade;
  • Arms race model;
  • Small arms market;
  • Global military expenditures;
  • FDI in military project
  • Ratio of military expenses to GDP;
  • Black market arms;
  • World arms exporters and importers;
  • Money laundering in arms market; and
  • Military new technologies and economic growth.

Military Companies/Institution:

  • Private military companies/forces (PMCs/PMFs);
  • Military labor market;
  • Joint military projects expenditures or joint Military project costs; and
  • Military pay scale.

Military Management:

  • Human Resource Management;
  • Management of Financial Resources;
  • Industrial Management;
  • Business Management;
  • Knowledge Management;
  • Production Management;
  • Risk Management;
  • Strategic Management;
  • - Time Management; and
  • Crisis Management.

Cyber War and Economy:

  • Economic infrastructure and cyber war;
  • International monetary transactions and cyber war; and
  • Economic Information Warfare.

Terrorism and World Economy:

  • Financial flows of terrorist organization;
  • Expenditure of national & international security;
  • Terrorism operations and world economy;
  • September 11, 2001 attack and world economy;
  • The effect of weapons of mass destruction (biological, chemical, Nuclear, …) on world economy;
  • History of military-economic thought and theories; and
  • Golden arches theory.

Oil and Gas Economics and Management

 Resistive economy is a school and a strategy to achieve the minimum vulnerability and optimal point on the circumstances that independent variables such as economic sanctions and global restrictions, rule on economy. Therefore, due to develop the theme, scientific aspects and features of this economy, this journal has been set up to convey the ideological foundations of the resistive economy to literature of global economy.

Themes and Sub-themes

Theories and Concepts:

  • Economic Development and oil and gas;
  • Geo-economics and oil and gas;
  • Oil and gas planning; and
  • Etc.

Oil and Gas’s Demand and Supply

  • Trade and markets;
  • Market Forecasting;
  • Oil and gas pricing;
  • Consumption of oil and gas product;
  • The analysis of international energy demand and supply; and
  • Etc.

Alternative Energy Sources

  • Renewable Energy;
  • The global climate change and international cooperation on reducing carbon emissions;
  • New energy saving technology;
  • Other sustainable energy;
  • Ecological economy, circular economy and low-carbon economy;
  • New technologies and design for energy efficiency; and
  • Etc.

Investing in Oil and Gas

  • Financing of oil and gas;
  • Contracts;
  • Energy Security and Risk Assessment;
  • Project management and investing;
  • Investment in related projects such as refineries and petrochemical; and
  • Etc.

Domestic and International Policy Making

  • Exporter’s policies;
  • Importer’s policies; and
  • Etc.

International Organization

  • OPEC;
  • GPEC;
  • G20; and
  • Etc.

Entrepreneurship

Resistive economy is a school and a strategy to achieve the minimum vulnerability and optimal point on the circumstances that independent variables such as economic sanctions and global restrictions, rule on economy. Therefore, due to develop the theme, scientific aspects and features of this economy, this journal has been set up to convey the ideological foundations of the resistive economy to literature of global economy.

Themes and Sub-themes

Entrepreneurship: 

  • Theoretical and Empirical principles about entrepreneurship and value creation;
  • Entrepreneurship and its role in sustainable development (economic, political, cultural, social);
  • Entrepreneurship in various areas of science and technology (With the goal of creating jobs and creating value and wealth);
  • The role of entrepreneurship in resistive economics;
  • Entrepreneurship, from the perspective of Islam and Quran;
  • Green Entrepreneurship;
  • Entrepreneurship under sanctions;
  • Military Entrepreneurship; and
  • Etc.

Incubator Centers and Science and Technology Parks:

  • Theoretical and Empirical principles about Incubator centers and parks;
  • Specialized clinics for consultation and brokerage firms, operating and maintaining knowledge-based businesses;
  • Knowledge -based Businesses (companies) and commercialization of science and technology; and
  • Etc.

Management in the Knowledge Based SMEs:

  • Theoretical and empirical principles about knowledge – based SMEs;
  • Production, financial markets, innovation, legal issues, strategic management, management consulting for SMEs;
  • Business clusters;
  • Green business; and
  • Etc.

The Relationship between Universities, Industry and Society:

  • Theoretical and experimental study on the relationship between universities and industry;
  • University and industry mutual expectations (community);
  • Community/ Models / Patterns / Frameworks for effective communication between universities and industry; and
  • Etc.

Third Generation Universities (Entrepreneur and Value Creation):

  • Theoretical and Experimental Community on Third Generation Universities;
  • The role of universities in society development of (economic, political, cultural, social);
  • The role of Third Generation Universities in Resistive Economics;
  • Academic entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial University – Commercialization of knowledge and academic technology;
  • Universities, Colleges, departments, new generations’ courses;
  • Programs and entrepreneurial training systems in universities;
  • University and industry mutual expectations (community);
  • Community/ Models / Patterns / Frameworks for effective communication between universities and industry; and
  • Etc.

Commercialization and Academic Goods & Services Sale (Education, Research and Technology):

  • Knowledge- based wealth creation (economic, cultural, social and political) in the different academic areas;
  • Shops, exhibitions, academic products markets technology (didactic, research and technology);
  • Academic products sales and after-sales service chain (supply chain management) (didactic, research and technology);
  • Businesses clusters, unions, guilds and organizations which support academic goods and services (didactic, research, technology);
  • Models / frameworks / patterns of employment and money making in the various spheres of academic production (education, research, technology and others); and
  • Etc.

Entrepreneurial Relationships with Various Academic Courses:

  • Theoretical and Empirical principles about entrepreneurship and academic courses;
  • Entrepreneurship, employment and money making in different humanity courses (management, economics, accounting, law, political science, geography, literature, language, religion, theology, jurisprudence and Islamic law, physical education and sports science, etc.);
  • Entrepreneurship, employment and money making in various fields of basic sciences (chemistry, physics, biology, mathematics, biochemistry);
  • Entrepreneurship, employment and money making in various fields of Agricultural sciences (Agronomy, Horticulture, Soil Science, Landscape, Animal Science, etc.);
  • Entrepreneurship, employment and money making from various fields of engineering (Electrical engineering, Civil engineering, Mechanical engineering, Industrial engineering);
  • Entrepreneurship, employment and money making in various art courses (architecture, urban planning, tourism, restoration and archeology, industrial design, painting, graphic design, clothing design and sewing, cinema, film, theater, acting, script-writing, crafts, art research, public relations;
  • Entrepreneurship, employment and money making in various medicine courses (medicine, nursing, physiotherapy, laboratory, dentistry);
  • Entrepreneurship in defense and military fields and others; and
  • Etc.

And other disciplines in relation to it, including mainly the realm of law.