International Journal of Education Economics and Development

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Editor in Chief: Dr. Ravinder Rena
ISSN online: 1759-5681
ISSN print: 1759-5673
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IJEED publishes papers that promote the advancement of education economics at all levels, encompassing all domains of costs and finance. The primary mission of IJEED is to serve as a medium for initiating, collaborating, analysing, synthesising and evaluating original and ground-breaking contributions to the theory, practice and research in education economics applicable to primary, secondary, collegiate and higher education.


 Topics covered include

  • Education costs, finances and budgetary issues
  • Higher education: relevance in the context of the demands of society
  • Educational management, higher education system's shortcomings, suggestive models
  • Utility/relevance of educational systems and global linkages
  • Missing links in present educational systems and demands of the rural/agricultural sector
  • Input-output analysis/forecasting/estimations for demand/supply/investment
  • ICT/nomadic education and development challenges
  • Refugees in higher education and development
  • Private school/higher education, issues/option private entrepreneurship's role
  • Features of enrolment/drop-out rates
  • Quality and physical infrastructure: gaps, voluntary organisations, private sector, society
  • Curriculum/teaching/examination patterns: suggestive approaches, experiments
  • Future perspectives: demand, availability of infrastructure, quality, etc.
  • Models for an advanced educational system, international collaboration requirements
  • Any other relevant topic


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  • Part: I : College/Tertiary Education
    • Higher education costs, finances, and budgetary issues
    • Higher education: relevance in the context of present and future demands of society
    • Shortcomings in the present higher educational system, suggestive models with regard to existing pattern
    • Utility and relevance of current educational systems and their linkages with global networks
    • Missing links in present educational systems and demands of the rural/agricultural sector
    • Input-output analysis/forecasting/estimations with regard to demand, supply and investment aspects of higher education
    • ICT education and development challenges
    • Refugees in higher education and development
    • Private higher education
    • Any other relevant topic

  • Part: II : Primary and Secondary Education
    • Primary and secondary education costs and finances and budgetary issues in school education
    • Features of enrolment and drop-out rates: responsible factors, success and ineffectiveness of concerned policies etc.
    • Quality as well as physical infrastructure: gaps, role of voluntary organisations, private sector and society in educational development
    • Curriculum, teaching and examination pattern: shortcomings, suggestive approaches, experiments – their successes and failures
    • Future perspectives: demand and gaps in terms of availability of infrastructure, quality etc.
    • Models for an advanced educational system, requirements of international collaboration and relationships with international agencies
    • Role of private entrepreneurship in educational development
    • Private school education - issues and options
    • Educational management
    • Nomadic education and development challenges
    • Any other relevant topic



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The objectives of IJEED are to establish an effective channel of communication between policy makers, government agencies, academic and research institutions and persons concerned with the complex problems of education economics. It also aims to promote and coordinate developments in the field of education economics.


IJEED provides a vehicle to help professionals, academia, researchers and policy makers, working in the field of educational policy and development, disseminate information and to learn from each other's work.


IJEED publishes original papers, review papers, research notes/commentaries, case studies, technical reports, conference reports, book reviews. Special Issues devoted to important topics in education economics, educational management and development will occasionally be published.



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Editor in Chief

  • Rena, Ravinder, Monarch University, Switzerland

    Associate Editor

    • Arvin, Mak B., Trent University, Canada

    Editorial Board Members

    • Adewuyi, David A., Virginia Union University, USA
    • Dabir-Alai, Parviz, Richmond American International University in London (RAIUL), UK
    • Demiray, Ugur, Anadolu University, Turkey
    • Duhs, Leslie Alan, University of Queensland, Australia
    • Etim, James S., Winston Salem State University, USA
    • Gan, Christopher E.C., Lincoln University, New Zealand
    • Ismail, S.M. Mohamed, South Eastern University of Sri Lanka, Oluvil, Sri Lanka
    • Kulkarni, Kishore G., Metropolitan State College of Denver, USA
    • Marshall, Stewart, University of the West Indies, Cave Hill, Barbados
    • Mauri, Arnaldo, University of Milano, Italy
    • Patel, Vibhuti, SNDT Women's University, India
    • Pintilescu, Carmen, Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi, Romania
    • Prince, Ololube Nwachukwu, Oloify Consulting Company, Nigeria
    • Ramakrishna, G., Osmania University, India
    • Sav, G. Thomas, Wright State University, USA
    • Sharma, Anukrati, University of Kota, India
    • Singh, Satyendra, Academy of Business and Emerging Markets and University of Winnipeg, Canada
    • Stefanescu, Camelia Dragomir, Spiru Haret University Faculty of Management, Romania
    • Strydom, Albert J., Central University of Technology, Free State, South Africa
    • Tansel, Aysit, Middle East Technical University, Turkey
    • Varghese, N.V., International Institute for Educational Planning, France


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