About the Journal

The Journal of Economic and Public Policy (JEPP) is a multi-disciplinary peer reviewed journal published half-yearly by the NMIMS University, Mumbai. JEPP publishes high quality research articles on all aspects of economic and public policy in an international context. It places particular emphasis upon articles which seek to contribute to debates on the future direction of economic and public policy, to present new empirical data, to advance theories, and to analyze issues in the designing and implementation of economic and public policies.

The journal’s editor is Dr. Gurumurthy Kalyanaram, Dean, Research for NMIMS University. See, http://nmims.edu/research/. Dr. Kalyanaram will be assisted by a distinguished editorial board – scholars and practitioners drawn from all over the world.

The objectives of the journal are to:

  • Foster and publish thought and research in new and contemporary concepts, practices and theories in the field of economics and public policy;
  • Disseminate stimulating cutting-edge research, theoretical perspectives and actionable solutions to identified problems of particular interest to policy makers in government and international agencies, academics and researchers.
  • Build a community of academics and practitioners, and exchange ideas, practices and possibilities.
  • To promote research, teaching and practice in Economic and Public Policy and thereby enhance the public profile of the subject through engagement within and beyond the discipline


  • The journal invites contributions that of the following types of work: research briefs, conceptual papers, critiques, case studies, essays, or book reviews.
  • All research approaches – anthropological, analytical, argumentative, conceptual, empirical, experimental, mathematical, statistical, sociological and theoretical – are welcome.
  • The journal will accept manuscripts in all areas related to economics and public policy, including Micro, Macro and Development Economics; Managerial and Financial Economics; Monetary Economics; Labour Economics; Demographics; Industrial and Agricultural Economics; Economics of transportation and infrastructure; Sports Economics; Behavioral Economics; Health care Economics; Experimental Economics; Economic Thought; Econometrics; choice modeling; consumer behavior and decision making; culture and diversity; regulatory and statutory practices, public policy aspects of health, education, gender, poverty & social exclusion, migration & housing; welfare, social security & political institutions; environment and natural resource management; models adopted by the public and private institutions in addressing public issues.