Focus and Scope

The Science & Technology Development Journal: Economics-Law and Management (STDJ-ELM) is designed to be an interdisciplinary platform that brings together research and discourse from the fields of economics, law, and management. Its focus and scope encompass a broad range of topics that are critical for understanding the interplay between these disciplines and their impact on global and local scales. Below is a detailed overview of the focus and scope of STDJ-ELM:

1. Economic Analysis and Policy
- Microeconomics: Studies on individual and business decision-making processes, market structures, and the interactions between different types of economic agents.
- Macroeconomics: Exploration of economy-wide phenomena, including inflation, unemployment, and economic growth, and the impact of monetary, fiscal, and other types of policies on the economy.
- Development Economics: Research on economic development, poverty reduction strategies, and the economic dimensions of social policies.
- International Economics: Analysis of international trade and finance, the effects of globalization, and the role of international institutions in shaping economic policies.

2. Legal Frameworks and Governance
- Business Law: Studies on the legal aspects of business operations, including corporate governance, mergers and acquisitions, and intellectual property rights.
- Regulatory Policies: Examination of the impact of regulations on businesses and the economy, including environmental laws, financial regulations, and labor laws.
- International Law and Trade: Research on international legal frameworks governing trade, investment, and economic cooperation.
- Legal Theory and Jurisprudence: Critical analysis of legal principles, ethics, and the role of law in society.

3. Management Strategies and Organizational Behavior
- Leadership and Decision Making: Insights into leadership theories, decision-making processes, and their impact on organizational outcomes.
- Human Resource Management: Studies on recruitment, training, performance management, and employee well-being.
- Organizational Culture and Ethics: Research on the influence of culture and ethics on organizational behavior and performance.
- Innovation and Change Management: Exploration of the processes and strategies for managing innovation, change, and digital transformation within organizations.

4. Interdisciplinary and Cross-Sectoral Studies
- Sustainability and Social Responsibility: Examination of economic, legal, and managerial aspects of sustainability, corporate social responsibility, and ethical business practices.
- Technology and Digital Economy: Analysis of the impact of technological advancements, including digitalization, artificial intelligence, and blockchain, on economics, law, and management.
- Public Policy and Administration: Research on public policy formulation, implementation, and its intersection with economic and legal principles.
- Health Economics and Management: Studies on the economics of health care, legal issues in health policy, and management of health care organizations.


Aim and Mission
The aim of STDJ-ELM is to foster a deeper understanding of how economics, law, and management interact to shape policies, organizational practices, and societal outcomes. It seeks to provide a platform for scholarly debate, knowledge exchange, and the dissemination of research findings to a global audience of academics, practitioners, policymakers, and students.

The scope of STDJ-ELM is intentionally broad to encourage the submission of a wide array of research that addresses pertinent issues at the intersection of its core disciplines. Through its interdisciplinary approach, STDJ-ELM aims to contribute to the development of integrated solutions to complex challenges facing modern societies and economies.

By covering these areas, STDJ-ELM positions itself as a vital resource for those looking to explore the dynamic relationship between economic behavior, legal frameworks, and management practices, and their collective impact on the wider world.