Aims & Scope

The Journal of Multifinance: Journal of Economics, Management and Banking is a journal that serves as a medium for studying various phenomena or issues as well as research findings related to Economics, Management, and Business in a broad sense. The journal aims to provide a platform for sharing research results and scientific thoughts related to key issues in this field.

The journal covers, but is not limited to, the following fields of study:

  • Public Investment
  • Public Procurement
  • Islamic Economics/Shariah Economics
  • Islamic Investment
  • Behavioral Investment
  • Taxation
  • Capital Markets and Investment
  • Management for Banking and Insurance
  • Management for SMEs
  • Information Management Systems
  • Investment and Governance of Information Technology
  • Macroeconomics
  • Microeconomics
  • Regional Economy
  • Public Sector
  • Management
  • Banking

Format and Research Methods

The journal accepts research and scientific writing using quantitative, qualitative, or a combination of both methods. Literature reviews, case studies, and papers that combine theory and practice in the mentioned fields are also welcomed.

Journal Objectives

The objectives of this journal are to encourage high-quality research and scientific thinking in the fields of Economics, Management, and Business, as well as to facilitate the exchange of ideas and research findings among academics, researchers, and practitioners. The journal also aims to strengthen the academic and practical contributions and influence in the studied field.

Target Readership

The journal is intended for academics, researchers, practitioners, and students who are interested and engaged in the fields of Public Investment, Public Procurement, Islamic Economics/Shariah Economics, Islamic Investment, Behavioral Investment, Taxation, Capital Markets and Investment, Management for Banking and Insurance, Management for SMEs, Information Management Systems, Investment and Governance of Information Technology, Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Regional Economy, and the Public Sector.

Review Process

The journal follows a rigorous review process for each submitted article. At least two unbiased and professional reviewers in the respective field will review each article. The final decision to accept or reject an article will be made by the journal editor based on the recommendations of the reviewers.