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About the Journal

The American Journal of Environmental Economics (AJEE) is an open-access and double-blind peer-reviewed international journal that publishes articles on the fields of environment and economics. The AJEE provides a common platform where all aspects of environmental economics and management, resource economics, and environmental policies are discussed and presented. The AJEE also endeavors to provide a global platform for the dynamic exchange of ideas and findings from research of various disciplines, inducing environmental economics comprising economic, social, management, and policies. The AJEE reviews papers within the shortest possible time of submission and publishes accepted articles on the internet immediately upon receiving the final versions.

ISSN: 2833-7905 (Online)

Aim & Scope
The AJEE aims to publish theoretical and empirical articles addressing economic issues related to the environment and natural resources, applications of economic theory, and methods for assessing and evaluating environmental policy. It invites the articles and reviews papers relevant to contemporary environmental debate to be in a persistent state of change, with new or relatively unmapped are constantly emerging. The journal encourages critical ideas and fresh opinions into new and established fields to generate a dynamic debate in academics and industry. All articles are reviewed quickly, professionally copyedited, and checked for similarity to avoid plagiarism for quality and faster publication.

Frequencies of publication
One issue in a year while it accepts articles throughout the years and publishes online immediately after receiving the final version from the author.

Area of publication
The AJEE covers research articles and reviews papers across diverse fields on environmental economics relating to
◉ Agriculture
◉ Air quality
◉ Value transfer
◉ Economic benefits and losses
◉ Biodiversity
◉ Carbon sequestration and taxation
◉ Ecosystem services
◉ Emissions trading
◉ Renewable energy
◉ Environment and health
◉ Forestry
◉ Land-use
◉ Noise
◉ Recreation
◉ Recycling
◉ Sustainable development and procurement
◉ Urban development
◉ Water supply and quality
◉ Waste management
◉ Natural resources
◉ Green economy
◉ Blue economy
◉ And other evolving areas.

Current Issue

Vol. 3 No. 1 (2024): American Journal of Environmental Economics
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Published: 2024-12-30

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