Forum for Social Economics
Sponsored by the Association for Social Economics, this journal applies social economic analysis to practical policy issues and the implications of alternative policy perspectives concerning the social economy. It features papers that contribute to our understanding of past or current socioeconomic issues that have contemporary relevance for economists, social scientists, policymakers, and business professionals.
This journal publishes work that addresses economic issues within the context of the wider ethical, cultural, and natural environment. Papers often transcend established disciplinary boundaries. In addition, the journal explores issues relevant to the teaching of economics, with an emphasis on approaches to teaching social and heterodox economics, and publishes alternative views on emerging issues written by distinguished scholars.
- 37 Volumes
- 77 Issues
- 557 Articles
- 2 Open Access
- 1971 - 2011 Available between
Emerging Consensus on Labour Market Institutions and Implications for Developing Countries: From the Debates in India
Satoshi Miyamura (November 2011)
Robert Ashford (October 2011)
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