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GIS Business : An Overview is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal and aims to publish original articles, review articles, case reports, short communications, etc. Journal indexed in SCOPUS, papers are not indexed. Send papers to editor@gisbusiness.org

GIS-Business - A journal for GIS and Remote Sensing

GIS Business with ISSN no. 1430-3663 is UGC Approved journal with J. no. 27917. Indexing and archives of GIS Business journal is at Journal Archives and Website of GIS Business is gisbusiness.org
GIS-Business is Indexed in SCOPUS with link to Scopus Indexing Scopus Scopus is one of the best indexing services for journals. GIS is a Internaitonal Peer reviewed and referred journal for publication of research papers.
GIS Busines is multi-disciplinary journal for remote sensing, gis, earth sceinces, geology, geography, business, management, commerce, economics, urban planning, civil engineering, environmental sciences. Journal Webiste is gisbusiness.org
Indexing of Journal is provided by Eduindex at Journal Archives
Submit research papers for publication in this journal to editor@eduindex.org 


  GIS Business is an international, open access and peer-reviewed journal that dedicates itself to mathematical economic theory, with an emphasis on microeconomics. In addition, the journal seeks research findings and commentary on international developments in economics. Articles on economic issues between individual nations, emerging and evolving trading blocs will be particularly welcomed. Contributors are encouraged to spell out the practical implications of their work for economists in government and industry. The topics related to this journal include but are not limited to:
Applied economic theory
Econometrics & statistical methods
Endogenous technological change
Economic fluctuations
Econophysics
Financial development
Income distribution and growth
Human capital and trade
Migration and growth
Money and growth
Overlapping-generations models
Political economy
National and global governance
Neoclassical growth models
Global economic crisis
International trade
International factor movements
Multinational firms
Foreign exchange
Exchange rate regimes
Wages and employment
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