Economist's Insight to a Win-Win


EER addresses a broad range of areas which are relevant and reflective to Economics, Finance and Public Policy. An in-depth understanding of the latest trends and developments is imperative for academia and industry to equip themselves for competitive advantage in the 21st century and beyond.


EER addresses a broad range of areas which are relevant and reflective of economics, finance and finance. The scope of papers may include quantitative analysis into the following disciplines:

Micro Economics Macroeconomics
Fiscal Policy Labor Economics
Financial Analysis Agricultural Economics
Capital Budgeting Natural Resource Economics
Monetary Theory and Policy Health Economics
Development Economics Political Economy
Sustainable Economics Budget and Tax Implication 
Engineering Economics  Islamic Economics 
Insurance and Risk Management South-Asian Economies 
Program Evaluation and Analysis International Development Policy
Economic Risk Governance and Politics
Mathematical Economics Game Theory
Local and International Business Urban Economics 
International Trade Energy Economics
Corporate Finance Environmental Economics
International Trade and Finance Managerial Economics
Public Policy Public Finance
Transport Finance Education Policy
Environmental Economics Health Economics
Urban Plicy Criminology
Econometrics Regulatory Policy
Corporate Social Responsibility National Security and Foreign Policy
Energy Crisis Budget Deficit
Public Debt Industrial Economics
Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management Globalization and Economic Perspectives