Aims & Scope
The India, China & America Institute's Working Papers Journal, Journal of Emerging Knowledge on Emerging Markets (JEKEM), seeks to facilitate the exchange of ideas and shared learning experiences among policy makers, business executives and thought leaders on issues related to the rise of emerging economies, in particular China and India, and their impact on global markets, global resources and geopolitics of the world. The ICA Institute offers this journal in order to provide an open access forum to identify and drive synergies among India, China and America in the areas of emerging markets, commercial growth and alignment of policies for the benefit of a vast number of people.
For our purposes, Working Papers are defined as any pre-publication version of academic articles, book chapters, hypothesis, or reviews. The Working Papers posted on this site are deemed to be in-progress, or under submission, or even in press. The author(s) offer these Working Papers primarily in the interests of scholarship, and it is understood that they may not be refereed. We welcome submissions of Working Papers from anyone. These Working Papers may be downloaded and also cited without prior permission from the author, however, are, of course, subject to the fair use of professional scholarship. Any comments on the Working papers and/or questions should be sent directly to the author(s).
You are invited to submit your empirically based or conceptual works in progress related to the rise of emerging economies, in particular China and India, and their impact on global markets, global resources and geopolitics of the world. The following topics are of particular interest:
- Agriculture and Food Sciences
- Corporate Social Responsibility
- Emerging Markets
- Environment & Conservation
- Global Compliance and Global Transactions
- Healthcare and Life Sciences
- Information and Communication Technology
- Logistics & Transportation
- Media and Entertainment
- Policy Analysis
- Strategic Sourcing
- Trade & Finance
Submissions are blind-reviewed by members of the Editorial Review Board for the purpose of eliminating biased, illogical, irrelevant or unsubstantiated submissions.
The Journal of Emerging Knowledge on Emerging Markets provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge. Several academic institutions across both hemispheres provide our content through their libraries and websites. Our articles also appear in searches of popular academic databases, including Google Scholar, EBSCO, the Directory of Open Access Journals, and EconLit.