Farid Al-Sahan, Doha Institute for Graduate Studies, Qatar
Founding Editors: Mohamed Buheji & Dunya Ahmed
Frequency: 2 issues annually
IJYE would target both quality research articles and practitioners case studies that describe latest research and developments in areas focusing on the youth needs, youth spirit (in all age groups and categories) and youth impact. IJYE would focus on influence on youth in relevance to socio-economic issues be it from organisations, societies and/or in the rest of the world. Youth Economy is a research field which encapsulates variety of fields (including but not restricted to: economics, management, sociology, social studies, psychology, sport, etc.) looking at various issues related to youth: spirit, innovation, creativity, knowledge, services, leadership, coaching, sustainable development, challenges, stability & instability, adolescence, poverty, utilization, involvement, contribution, empowerment, potentials, aspiration, inspiration, learning, education, coexistence, resilience, mentorship, capacity, capability, change, pedagogical, growth, rehabilitation, strategy, planning, initiative, enabling, opportunities, migration, immigration and integration.
Submitted papers should not have been previously published, nor currently under consideration for publication elsewhere may. All papers are refereed through a double blind review process.