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Final Call for Paper - International Journal of Youth Economy - Nov 2017 Issue
Collaboration Source:
  • Members
Collaboration Type:
  • Calls for papers

IJYE would target both quality research articles and practitioners case studies that describe latest research and developments in areas focusing on the youth needs, youth spirit (in all age groups and categories) and youth impact and influence on socio-economic issues in their organisations, societies and in the world. Youth Economy is a research field which encapsulates variety of fields (including but not restricted to: economics, management, sociology, social studies, psychology, sport, etc.) looking at various issues related to youth: spirit, innovation, creativity, knowledge, services, leadership, coaching, sustainable development, challenges, stability & instability, adolescence, poverty, utilization, involvement, contribution, empowerment, potentials, aspiration, inspiration, learning, education, coexistence, resilience, mentorship, capacity, capability, change, pedagogical, growth, rehabilitation, strategy, planning, initiative, enabling, opportunities, migration, immigration and integration.

Submitted papers should not have been previously published, nor currently, under consideration for publication elsewhere may. All papers are refereed through a double-blind review process.

IJYE is published twice a year and it would available on journal and by visiting the journal publisher's website:

The IJYE is planned to be issued twice annually in May & November.

Coming Issue Deadlines:

May Issue - First Call for Paper – 1st Nov
May Issue- Second Call for Paper – 15th Feb
May Issue - Last Call for Paper – 15th March

November Issue- First Call for Paper – 1st May
November Issue- Second Call for Paper – 15th of July
November Issue- Last Call for Paper – 15th Sep

Correspondence Address:

Authors are invited to submit their papers in the MS Word format (as per the attached template) to:

Editors emails:

Journal Keywords:

The following are the topics of relevance to journal, therefore authors can use them during submitting their papers, but other topics foreseen of relevance to youth and socio-economy would be also considered:


  • Youth Economy 
  • Inspiration Economy
  • Youth Society 
  • Youth Learning
  • Youth Innovation
  • Youth Competitiveness
  • Youth Excellence
  • Youth Knowledge
  • Knowledge Economy
  • Learning Economy
  • Innovation Economy
  • Social Engineering
  • Society Co-existence
  • Youth Integration
  • Disruptive innovation
  • Accelerated learning
  • Youth driven Governments
  • Youth Development
  • Youth Strategy
  • Youth Disability
  • Youth Sport
  • Youth Employment
  • Youth Growth
  • Youth Poverty
  • Youth Discrimination
  • Youth Abuse
  • Youth Spirit
  • Youth Generation Gap
  • Youth Violence
  • Youth Success Stories
  • Youth Media



  • Entrepreneurship
  • Youth & Business 
  • Youth Psychology
  • Youth Services
  • Youth Experience 
  • Social Innovation
  • Youth Welfare
  • Youth Quality of Life
  • Youth Lifelong Learning
  • Disruptive Education  
  • Youth Education
  • Creative Thinking
  • Youth Competitiveness
  • Youth Resilience
  • Experiential Learning
  • Service Economy
  • Youth & Imagineering
  • Youth Visualisation
  • Youth Planning
  • Youth Migration
  • Youth Volunteering
  • Youth Agility
  • Youth Inclusion
  • Youth Transition
  • Youth & Globalisation
  • Youth Energy
  • Youth Communication
  • Youth livelihood
  • Youth & extremism
  • Youth Dialogue
  • Youth Performance