Green Economics

 

 

Resistive economy is a school and a strategy to achieve the minimum vulnerability and optimal point on the circumstances that independent variables such as economic sanctions and global restrictions, rule on economy. Therefore, due to develop the theme, scientific aspects and features of this economy, this journal has been set up to convey the ideological foundations of the resistive economy to literature of global economy.

Themes and Sub-themes

Theories and Concepts:

  • Environmental Economics
  • Environmental Management
  • Green industries
  • Welfare Economics
  • Development Economics
  • Agricultural Economics
  • Eco Socialism
  • Green tourism
  • Eco Feminism And Women’s Economics
  • Strengthening economic competitiveness,
  • Foreign Direct Investment
  • Game Theory

Structural Questions:

  • privatization
  • Good Governance
  • Doing Business
  • NGO’s
  • Consumerism
  • Civil Society and Attitudes to Acceptable Economic Activity
  • Environmental Management As An Industry
  • Taxing
  • Off Shoring
  • Outsourcing
  • Multinationals And Tariff Barriers
  • Polluter Pays

International Institutions and Corporate Activity:

  • Bretton Woods
  • EU
  • UN
  • IMF
  • World Bank
  • WTO
  • UNCTAD
  • GATTS
  • Sovereign Wealth Fund
  • Trading Blocks
  • New Protectionism
  • International Governance
  • Roles and Activity Within Multinationals
  • Procurement
  • Processes of Globalization at a Practical Level
  • Limiting The Power of The Multinationals

New Initiatives and Cases, Experience and Applications:

  • Green Solutions
  • Green intelligence
  • Eco Taxes
  • Resource Management
  • Renewable Energy
  • Green Management
  • Green building
  • New Economic Indicators
  • Zero Waste
  • Reuse
  • Recycle, Repair
  • Quality of Life and Consumerism
  • Information Technology and environments

New Paradigms of the Economy:

  • Biosphere, Non-Human Species
  • Women Minorities
  • Post Agricultural Social and Economic Requirements and Organization
  • Planning to Reduce Surplus and not to Harness It For Power Over Others
  • New Fertilizer and environmental effects

Social Justice:

  • Less Developed Countries
  • Subsistence Economies
  • Purchasing Power Parity
  • Income Distribution
  • Poverty Its Definitions And Effects
  • Quality of Life Indicators
  • Tools For Ensuring That Policies Involve Justice
  • Environmental Justice and Consequences of  Lack of It

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