Bangladesh Journal of Politcal Economy
Call for Papers
The Editor of Bangladesh Journal of Politcal Economy invites author/s to submit manuscripts for consideration in this scholarly journal. It welcomes submissions from Macroeconomic issues; beyond GDP; beyond growth; microeconomic issues; micro-macro mismatch; economic sectors and sub-sectors; social sectors and sub-sectors; international and regional connectivity (trade, energy, transport, finance, etc.); poverty (measure, status, dynamics, alleviation policies); inequality (measure, status, dynamics, reduction policies); inequality reducing growth (theory, policy, essence, and pathways); wealth (concentration and measures towards equitable distribution); agrarian reform; financial sector (status, challenges, remedial measures); economic and social development financing; microfinance and microcredit; health (including public health; health and economic impact of COVID-19 and alike); education (including training, skill development, policies); Gender; women; youth; child health and nutrition; economics of elderly people; technology; innovation; entrepreneurship; foreign investment; foreign aid; market and state (various theories and relevance); demographic transition (demographic dividend, etc.); health transition; digitalization; artificial intelligence; climate change; terrorism; religion and development; development as conscientization; neo-liberalism; trickle down fallacy; institutional reforms; corruption; accountability and human responsibility; leadership and development and other related fields of study in social sciences.
Bangladesh Journal of Politcal Economy (ISSN 2227-3182, http:/doi.org/10.56138) is a peer-reviewed journal published semiannually by the Bangladesh Economic Association (BEA), in June and December. BEA Journal has been in publication since 1974. The journal provides a forum for debate and discussion on Economics and Social Sciences issues in national, regional and global perspectives.
All publication decisions are the responsibility of the journal editor or editors, who are respected scholars in good standing appointed by the Press or the sponsor of the journal. The editors are tasked with maintaining editorial principles and practices that conform to the conventions in their field. Editorial decisions are made following rigorous, fair, and timely peer review.
Authors submitting an article for consideration in Bangladesh Journal of Politcal Economy published by the Bangladesh Economic Association must warrant that their work is original and does not infringe upon the intellectual property rights or other rights of any individual or entity. Authors are required to secure any necessary permissions to include copyrighted material in their article, and to provide any other information required by the editorial office such as disclosures of conflicts of interest or funding sources.
Footnoting and Writing Style of the Bangladesh
(Just cite the last name(s) of writer(s) and the year the book was published).
WILMORE, G.T.D. (2000). Alien plants of Yorkshire. Kendall: Yorkshire Naturalists’ Union.
Chapter from an edited book
Citation: (Nicholls 2002)
(Cite the name of the writer of the chapter or section in the edited book). Full reference:
NICHOLLS, G. (2002). Mentoring: the art of teaching and learning. In P. JARVIS (Ed.) The theory and practice of teaching, chap. 12. London: Kogan Page.
(Bosworth and Yang 2000). Reference:
BOSWORTH, D. and D. YANG (2000). Intellectual property law, technology flow and licensing opportunities in China. Internationa! Business Review, vol. 9, no. 4, pp.453-477.
The abbreviations, ‘vol.’ (for volume), ‘no.’ (for number) and ‘pp’ (for page numbers) can be omitted. However, for clarity and to avoid confusing the reader with a mass of consecutive numbers, they can be included, but be consistent. Note how, in the example above, the initials of the first author follow his last name (Bosworth, D.), but precede the second named (D. Yang). This is the practice illustrated by British Standard in their guidelines with Harvard and both numerical- referencing styles, although you may find the guidelines at your institution may differ on this point.
(Djxons Group 2004) Reference:
D1XONS GROUP PLC (2004). Company report: profile. [Accessed online from Financial Analysis Made Easy (FAME) database at http://www.bvdep. com/en/FAME. html 13 Dec. 2005].