Aims & scope


International Journal of Economics and Management or called IEM has a focus and scope, namely economics and management, outside of the focus, the article will be rejected.


Macroeconomics: Research in macroeconomics studies economic phenomena at the aggregate level, such as economic growth, inflation, unemployment, fiscal and monetary policies, and their impact on people's welfare. The scope of the research may include analyzing macroeconomic models, evaluating economic policies, and predicting economic trends.
Microeconomics: Research in microeconomics studies the behavior of individuals, households, and firms in allocating limited resources. Scope may include analysis of market structure, consumer and producer behavior theory, and resource allocation efficiency.
Development Economics: Research in development economics studies the process of economic growth, poverty reduction, economic inequality, and human development in developing countries. Scope of research may include evaluation of development policies, analysis of factors affecting economic growth, and the impact of international policies on development.
Impact of Customer Satisfaction on Business Performance: Research focus can be placed on understanding how customer satisfaction affects business performance in food and beverage businesses, such as sales, profitability, and brand image. This could involve analyzing financial data and evaluating marketing strategies.
International Economics: Research in international economics studies economic interactions between countries, including international trade, foreign investment, balance of payments, and the implications of globalization on the domestic economy. The research scope can include analyzing trade policies, the impact of regional economic integration, and evaluating the benefits of international cooperation.
Environmental Economics: Research in environmental economics studies the relationship between economic activity and the natural environment, including externality analysis, natural resource management, climate change, and environmental sustainability.
Health Economics: Research in health economics studies the economic aspects of health systems, including health care costs, access to health services, health policy evaluation, and health system efficiency. The research scope may include analyzing the role of health insurance, the effects of public policies on public health, as well as pharmaceutical economics.
Behavioral Economics: Research in behavioral economics studies the psychological and social factors that influence economic behavior, such as consumer preferences, decision-making, and market behavior. The research scope may include experimental analysis, consumer behavior models, as well as policy implications of findings in behavioral economics.

Strategic Management
: Research in strategic management may include analysis of the formulation, implementation, and evaluation of organizational strategies. The scope may include identification of factors influencing strategic choices, analysis of external and internal environments, and evaluation of strategic performance.
Human Resource Management (HRM): Research in human resource management may include topics such as recruitment, selection, training, development, performance evaluation, compensation, job satisfaction, and conflict management. It covers various aspects of human resource management that aim to improve organizational performance through effective human resource management.
The Effect of Customer Satisfaction on Purchasing Decisions: Research can examine the relationship between customer satisfaction and purchasing decisions, both in the context of repeat purchases and recommendations to others. This would involve statistical analysis to identify correlations between customer satisfaction and purchasing behavior.
Operations and Supply Chain Management: Research in operations and supply chain management may focus on production process optimization, inventory management, capacity planning, logistics, distribution, and collaboration with business partners. This scope includes efforts to improve the efficiency, quality, and responsiveness of organizational operations.
Innovation and Technology Management: This research covers the management of innovation, technology, and knowledge in an organizational context. The scope may include innovation strategy, technology adoption, knowledge management, and the development of new products and services.
Financial Management: Research in financial management may include investment analysis, financial risk management, dividend policy, working capital management, financial decision-making, and financial performance evaluation. This scope aims to understand how financial decisions can affect an organization's short-term and long-term performance.
Marketing Strategy Management: This research deals with marketing strategy, market segmentation, product development, promotion, distribution, and consumer behavior analysis. The scope includes efforts to increase sales, market share, and customer satisfaction through effective marketing management.
Project Management: Research in project management may focus on project planning, project risk management, cost control, resource management, and project performance evaluation. It covers various aspects of project management that aim to achieve project objectives within set time, cost, and quality limits.
Management Tourism : Tourism management encompasses four key areas: destinations and infrastructure, marketing, industry and investment, and human resources and institutions. The development and management of tourism destinations such as marine and coastal tourism, sustainable tourism, ecotourism, and border tourism require robust infrastructure. Effective tourism marketing involves strategies to promote destinations and understand tourist behavior. The tourism industry and investment sector focuses on business operations, technology, information systems, and attracting investments to support growth. Human resources and institutions cover tourism planning, policy-making, workforce development, inter-institutional relations, and community empowerment, emphasizing the need for skilled personnel and collaboration to achieve sustainable tourism.