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Journal URL https://ijsser.com/index.php/ijsser
Title Innovation Journal of Social Sciences and Economic Review
Publisher International Collaboration for Research and Publications
Description The Innovation Journal of Social Sciences and Economic Review (IJSSER) is published by ICR Publications Ltd., UK. IJSSER is a double-blind, peer-reviewed, and open-access published quarterly journal. The Innovation Journal of Social Sciences and Economic Review believes in the power of interdisciplinary research to foster innovation and provide actionable insights for tackling global challenges. By blending the analytical tools and perspectives of social sciences and economics, the journal aims to contribute to the academic discourse and inform policymakers, practitioners, and the broader public. It champions originality, methodological rigor, and the potential for research to effect positive change, making it an essential resource for anyone seeking to understand or influence the contemporary socio-economic landscape.
ISSN 3049-7019
Language(s) English (en_US)
Publisher Email Publications@icrp.org.uk
Copyright

IJSSER is committed to an open-access model for publishing, ensuring that all of its content is freely available under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License (CC BY) 4.0. This policy empowers researchers, academicians, and the general public to freely download, copy, print, and access the links to the full texts of published materials at no cost. Furthermore, authors are encouraged to read, distribute, and submit the published works to their institution's library and any other appropriate repositories.

Rights This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.
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