• REASER review is using OJS/PKP starting with 2019 Review of Applied Socio-Economic Research
    Vol 17 No 1 (2019)

    Review of Applied Socio-Economic Research – Volume 17 / issue 1 / 2019 is focusing on investigating the relationship between business, employee’s empowerment, and managerial innovation altogether to enhance organization' performances. Also, auditing and accounting play a crucial role in business assessment argue some authors and from Jordan case studies are provided to readers.  Following an already traditional line opened by REASER journal, the papers published in this issue are authored by researchers from various countries, uniting their voices to put up points of common concern. An interesting research paper is paving the way for debating on the management of ethnocultural diversity in Africa.

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    REASER Editorial Board

  • Review of Applied Socio-Economic Research
    Vol 18 No 2 (2019)

    Welcome to a new exciting issue of our scientific journal Review of Applied Socio-Economic Research – Volume 18 / issue 2 / 2019. This is a Special Issue on the topic of "Social and Solidarity Economy and Local Sustainable Development." The readers will find in this issue high-quality research works of academics and researchers members of CIRIEC (International Centre of Research and Information on the Public, Social and Cooperative Economy) network, in the topic above.

    The articles cover Social and Solidarity Economy realities and challenges from Western and Central Europe (France, Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Italy, Poland), from Eastern Europe (Romania), from Turkey, Japan, and Morocco, but including also interesting case studies from India, Thailand, and Indonesia. 

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    REASER Editorial Board

  • Review of Applied Socio-Economic Research
    Vol 19 No 1 (2020)

    The current issue presents the research results of authors coming from Middle –East, Africa, and the USA  covering topics such as the impact of intellectual capital on competitive advantage, the role of the audit committee and the organization’s sustainability, the relationship between using greening technology information tools and organization’s general performance, etc. Also, our readers will discover new perspectives on ethnic diversity management and poverty in developing countries, and will identify the determinants of ethical behavior in social networks such as Facebook, revealed through an interesting case study from Cameroon. 

    The diversity of topics of the current issue maybe will make you curious to explore new fields of research and will enhance your confidence in developing an interdisciplinary approach of your current research interests.