Journal of Resilient Economies (ISSN: 2653-1917) : Announcements https://journals.jcu.edu.au/jre <p>What does it take to build a resilient economy? From natural disasters to pandemics, economies and the associated businesses, industries, occupations, and communities can be vulnerable to a range of external risks. The Journal of Resilient Economies (JRE), is a Platinum Open Access journal, with a multidisciplinary focus to further advance the important concept of resilience. JRE does not charge either the readers or the authors. This ensures all accepted articles will be immediately and permanently available to readers free of charge.</p> <p>The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and economic resilience are intertwined. Accordingly, SDGs are an integral part of JRE policy and focus. As part of the commitment to this global agenda, JRE is committed to making significant contributions to the literature around the SDGs and their connections to resilience. </p> <p><strong>Who funds this Journal?</strong></p> <p>Publication infrastructure and maintenance of JRE is fully supported by <a href="https://libguides.jcu.edu.au/openaccess/OJS">James Cook University Open Journal Systems (OJS)</a>, driven by the belief that knowledge has the power to change lives, and that research outputs should be freely accessible online, without barriers.</p> <p>JRE aims to make the academic research available:</p> <ul> <li>online</li> <li>immediately</li> <li>without charge</li> <li>free from most copyright or licensing restrictions</li> </ul> <p>Read the complete version of JCU Open Access Policy and related documents <a href="https://libguides.jcu.edu.au/openaccess/open-access-policy">here</a>.</p> en-US Call for Papers: July Issue- Re-imagining Economic Resilience in Post-COVID Era https://journals.jcu.edu.au/jre/announcement/view/39 <p>The global COVID-19 pandemic, that resulted in massive economic losses, depressions, and loss of lives, has made it clear that the orthodox methods of addressing external risks are no longer adequate , as they fail to account for evolving industries’ composition, adaptive and inherent resilience, and new comparative advantages and skills. Not only do we need policies that are best supported by measures of accountability and effective monitoring of the intervention measures but also we need to improve our understanding of the concept of resilience by developing innovativemethodologies to assess sources of future risks, improve our social and economic systems' capacities to cope and their ability to recover relatively quickly. Accordingly, this issue focuses on re-imagining economic resilience in post-COVID era.</p> Journal of Resilient Economies (ISSN: 2653-1917) 2022-03-01 Last issue of 2021 https://journals.jcu.edu.au/jre/announcement/view/37 <p><span class="css-901oao css-16my406 r-poiln3 r-bcqeeo r-qvutc0">Our last issue of 2021 has been published. This issue looks at ways through which the concept of resilience could be integrated within organisations. it also highlights the importance of public private partnership in building economic resilience. Congratulations to our contributors. we will return in 2022 with more original research papers. </span><a class="css-4rbku5 css-18t94o4 css-901oao css-16my406 r-1cvl2hr r-1loqt21 r-poiln3 r-bcqeeo r-qvutc0" dir="ltr" role="link" href="https://t.co/ggNirAoWpj" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer"><span class="css-901oao css-16my406 r-poiln3 r-hiw28u r-qvk6io r-bcqeeo r-qvutc0" aria-hidden="true">https://</span>journals.jcu.edu.au/jre/issue/view<span class="css-901oao css-16my406 r-poiln3 r-hiw28u r-qvk6io r-bcqeeo r-qvutc0" aria-hidden="true">/202</span></a></p> Journal of Resilient Economies (ISSN: 2653-1917) 2022-01-01 Call for Papers: December Issue - Enhancing Private and Public Sectors Contributions to Building Resilience https://journals.jcu.edu.au/jre/announcement/view/36 <p>Building economic resilience requires efforts and collaboration from both the public and private sectors. The private sector, spanning small and medium enterprises to national and multinational enterprises and academic institutions, has a wealth of knowledge and assets that could be manifested into forces that improve resilience during natural disasters and public health emergencies. Furthermore, the collaboration between the public and private sectors can help leverage the allocation of resources, knowledge spillover, and dynamics to ensure communities can prepare for, endure, and recover from disasters.</p> <p>For December Issue 2021, We welcome review papers, conceptual papers, full-length papers, research notes and editorials.</p> <p><strong>List of potential research topics (non-exhaustive) for December Issue:</strong></p> <ul> <li>Public-Private partnerships and infrastructure resilience</li> <li>Organisational resilience and marketing strategy</li> <li>Business models, sustainable innovation and resilience</li> </ul> <p><strong>Manuscript submission information:</strong></p> <p>Papers targeting the special issue should be submitted through the <a href="https://journals.jcu.edu.au/jre/about/submissions">JRE submission system</a>. Submission guidelines can be found at the Journal's <a href="https://journals.jcu.edu.au/jre/information/authors">Information for Authors</a>.</p> <p><strong>Important dates</strong></p> <p>Submission system opens: 1<sup>st</sup> September 2021</p> <p>Deadline for submissions: 15 November 2021</p> <p><strong>Editor-in-Chief:</strong> Taha Chaiechi</p> Journal of Resilient Economies (ISSN: 2653-1917) 2021-08-27 Welcome to the inaugural issue of Journal of Resilient Economies https://journals.jcu.edu.au/jre/announcement/view/35 Journal of Resilient Economies (ISSN: 2653-1917) 2021-08-04 Launch of JRE, Platimum Open Access Journal https://journals.jcu.edu.au/jre/announcement/view/32 <p>We are pleased to announce the launch of a new, Platinum Open Access journal, Journal of Resilient Economies (JRE). JRE is an exciting online journal covering research activity in the broad area of resilience. JRE represents a positive move toward providing a free open-access platform to empower open science initiative. JRE will put your research work at the heart of the conversations to advance the concept of resilience from micro-, meso-, and macro-level perspectives, with a multidisciplinary focus. A streamlined double-blind peer-review process is overseen by a leading panel of experts, to ensure a fair, high quality and rapid publication experience.</p> <p>JRE is a Platinum Open Access journal which means it does not charge either the readers or the authors. This ensures all accepted articles will be immediately and permanently available to readers free of charge.</p> <p>Publication infrastructure and maintenance of JRE is fully supported by <a href="https://libguides.jcu.edu.au/openaccess/OJS">James Cook University Open Journal Systems (OJS)</a>, driven by the belief that knowledge has the power to change lives, and that research outputs should be freely accessible online, without barriers.</p> Journal of Resilient Economies (ISSN: 2653-1917) 2021-02-18 Call for papers- July Issue: Open with Purpose https://journals.jcu.edu.au/jre/announcement/view/31 <p>JRE is pleased to announce that it is now accepting articles for consideration for the publication in July 2021. Deadline for full manuscript submission is 30 May 2021.</p> <p>Accepted types of articles considered for the publication in the July Issue include:</p> <ul> <li>Full-Length Papers</li> <li>Review Articles</li> <li>Research Notes</li> </ul> <p>Areas of focus for the July Issue:</p> <p>the principal areas covered by JRE are:</p> <ul> <li>Resilience and business continuity</li> <li>Organisational resilience</li> <li>Economic resilience </li> <li>Industry resilience</li> <li>Occupational resilience</li> <li>Regional, urban, and rural resilience</li> <li>Community resilience</li> <li>Indigenous resilience</li> </ul> <p>All submitted articles go through a double-blind peer-review process, as per JRE's review policy. </p> Journal of Resilient Economies (ISSN: 2653-1917) 2021-02-18