Aims and Scope


Urecol Journal. Part B: Economics and Business provides a forum for scholars to share their works and research about Economics and Social Sciences. This journal aims to support evidence-based that can be enriched the practice and policy in Economics and Business by publishing research, review, critical discussion, and case report of the highest standard.


Urecol Journal Part B: Economics and Business focus on:

Financial management
This scope includes understanding and properly controlling, allocating, and obtaining a company's assets and liabilities, including monitoring operational financing items like expenditures, revenues, accounts receivable and payable, cash flow, and profitability.

Human Resources management
This scope includes job analysis and staffing, organization and utilization of workforce, measurement and appraisal of workforce performance, implementation of reward systems for employees, professional development of workers, and maintenance of workforce.

Marketing management
This scope includes analysis, planning, implementation, and control of programs designed to create, build and maintain mutually beneficial exchanges and relationships with target markets for the purpose of achieving organizational objectives. All research notes on buying, selling, transportation, storage, warehousing, standardizing, grading, packaging, and advertising are covered in this scope.

Operation management
This scope includes utilizing resources from staff, materials, equipment, and technology. Operations management handles various strategic issues, including determining the size of manufacturing plants and project management methods and implementing the structure of information technology networks. Other operational issues include the management of inventory levels, including work-in-process levels and raw materials acquisition, quality control, materials handling, and maintenance policies.

This scope includes all process that involves planning, implementation, and management as well as the cooperation of others in order to exploit an opportunity for profit.

This scope includes Financial Accounting, Cost Accounting, Auditing, Managerial Accounting, Accounting Information Systems, Tax Accounting, Forensic Accounting, and Fiduciary Accounting