The GAEE Journal for Aspiring Economists (GJAE) is the flagship publication of the Global Association of Economics Education (GAEE), aiming at providing a platform for high-level economics discourse among students in developing countries and marginalized communities through our no-fee open-access model.
A platform for aspiring economists
At GAEE, we champion the proliferation of economics education opportunities for students across the globe. Continuing this tradition of empowering students through academia, the GAEE Journal for Aspiring Economists (GJAE) has been launched as an open-access no-fee peer-review journal aiming at creating a platform for high-level discourse among students interested in economics science.
The Journal is supported by generous grants from GAEE’s partners and sponsors, including the United Nations Program on Sustainable Development. If you are a scholar in the field of economics education and would like to contribute to the advancement of the field, please consider joining us as an editor or reviewer.
Applicants must be in the process of completing an undergraduate or college degree at the time of submission. We typically do not accept manuscripts from faculty members; however, you are welcomed to email us at [email protected] to make an inquiry.
Terms and Conditions of Submission
Types of Articles
Review articles provide an overview of the published literature in a particular subject area.
Short communication is an option for authors who want to share their results in short form with the research community.
Letters to the Editors are sent to GJAE about issues of concern from its readers.
Preparation of Manuscript
• The full title of the paper without abbreviations. The title should be as brief and informative as possible, specifying clearly the content of the article.
• List the full names, institutional address and email address of all the authors indicating the corresponding author in asterisk mark (*).
• Corresponding author contact information (address, telephone, e-mail).
• Paper Title: First letter capital. 14 point type, Bold
• Author(s): First letter capital, 12 point type, Bold
• Affiliation(s): Word case, 10 point type
Materials and Methods
Results and Discussion
• 300dpi or higher sized to fit journal page
• JPEG, GIF, TIFF and PDF formats are preferred. Tables should be cited consecutively in the text. Every table must have a descriptive title and if numerical measurements are given, the units should be included in the column heading.
Conflicts of Interest
You may elect to use other citation styles, but please stick to only one to ensure consistency. Please indicate in the manuscript or via email which style you are using.
Citations in the text should follow the referencing style. Throughout the text of your paper you need to acknowledge the sources used in your writing. Whenever you present a statement of evidence such as a quote, or when you use someone else’s ideas, opinions or theories in your own words (paraphrasing), you must acknowledge your sources. Some examples of how to cite sources within your paper are given below.
Author’s Last name (Year)….”paraphrase”
Paraphrase (Author’s Last name, Year)
Example: Smith (2017) shares in his study that fruit flies prefer citrus fruits
Fruit flies prefer citrus fruits (Smith, 2017)
Use “and” between authors
Example 1: (Walker and Allen, 2004)
Example 2: According to a study done by Kent and Giles (2017)
Three or more authors
(Germann et al., 2015)
With an Anonymous author
One author, multiple works published in the same year
If the year of publication is the same for both add ‘a’ and ‘b’ after the year.
(Rush, 2015a, 2015b).
Two or more references in in-text citation
If you need to cite two or more references in an in-text citation
(Allen, 2004; Smith, 1999; Tsvetkova, 2018)
A reference list includes details of the sources cited in your paper. It starts on a separate page at the end of the paper and is titled References. The reference list should sort in alphabetical order.
Examples of Reference Style
Reference to a journal publication:
Geman, F. (2015). The chief marketing officer atters. Journal of Marketing, 79(3), 1–22.
Horowitz, L.M., and Post, D.L. (1981). The prototype as a construct in abnormal psychology. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 90(6), 575-585
Three or more authors
Use “and” before the final author.
Germann, F., Ebbes, P., and Grewal, R. (2015). The chief marketing officer atters. Journal of Marketing, 79(3), 1–22.
Journal article with DOI
Cavenagh, N., and Ramadurai, R. (2017). On the distances between Latin squares
and the smallest defining set size. Journal of Combinatorial Designs, 25(4), 147–158. https://doi.org/10.1002/jcd.21529
King, M. (2000). Wrestling with the angel: A life of Janet Frame. Auckland, New Zealand: Viking.
Dancey, C.P., and Reidy, J. (2004). Statistics without maths for psychology: Using SPSS for Windows (3rd ed.). Harlow, England: Pearson/Prentice Hall.
Book chapter in edited book
Kestly, T. (2010). Group sandplay in elementary schools. In A.A. Drewes and C.E. Shaefer (Eds.), School-based play therapy (2nd ed., pp. 257-282). Hoboken, NJ: John Wileys & Sons.
Conference paper online
Bochner, S. (1996, November). Mentoring in higher education: Issues to be addressed in developing a mentoring program. Paper presented at the Australian Association for Research in Education Conference, Singapore. Retrieved from http://www.aare.edu.au/96pap/bochs96018.txt
New Zealand Trade and Enterprise. (n.d.). Agribusiness. Retrieved from https://www.nzte.govt.nz/en/export/market-research/agribusiness/
Below are some articles from our latest issue. The next issue is expected to be launch in early April, and the deadline for submission is February 31st.
Next Issue: April 2022
We are accepting manuscripts for our upcoming issue. Deadline for submission is February 31st.
We are transitioning into the International Journal of Aspiring Economists under the auspices of the National Centre for Scientific Research.
We are accepting application from scholars and academics to join our editorial board. If you are a student, you may also join as an editorial assistant.
GAEE is a non-governmental not-for-profit organization recognized as a member of the World Economics Association and in partnership with the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs through the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) Action no. 36897.
We are committed to the promotion of economics education, financial literacy, and entrepreneurship incubation for students in developing countries and marginalized communities. GAEE does not provide financial nor commercial services.
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