App’s core features

Aims and Scope

Research in The 7th Indonesian Conference strives to consolidate its position as the premier scholarly vehicle in the field of economics. The journal publishes well-written, in-depth papers that explore current and emerging issues in the field of international finance. Papers that encourage dialog, innovation, and intellectual risk-taking in the study of economics; as well as shed light on the interaction between economics and broader social issues are particularly appreciated. The journal welcomes manuscripts that seek to expand the boundaries of academic economics and challenge the discipline. Papers that study economics using a variety of methodologies; as well as interdisciplinary studies will be considered for publication.
Papers that examine topical issues using extensive international data sets will be accepted. Single-country studies may also be considered for publication provided they develop novel methodological and theoretical approaches or fit within the Journal's priority themes. Single-country studies are particularly important for communicating to the reader why the chosen country is particularly relevant to the issue under investigation.
It is critical to the Journal that authors, even for papers of an applied nature, describe and support empirical investigations in the context of a well-considered theoretical framework. Papers motivated by advocacy for new paradigmatic perspectives are ideally constructed as thorough reviews that present new perspectives formed by discovering new relationships and organization of a particular topic.
The sub-theme of this conference is social science, our reasoning being that Economics is a branch of social science that studies the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services in society. In practice, economics and social science are interrelated in various fields of research and application. For example, in population economics, economics and social science work together to understand the factors that influence population growth, migration, and population distribution. In political economy, they are also intertwined to study how political power affects economic policy and how economic policy affects social structure.
In order to understand complex problems in society and find appropriate solutions, it is important to consider economic and social perspectives together. The combination of economics and social sciences provides a more comprehensive insight into how people and societies interact, assists in effective policy-making, and supports sustainable social and economic development.
This conference will provide an opportunity for participants to understand the role of the creative economy in creating innovation, encouraging sustainable development, and preserving the environment and human life. Through paper presentations, panel discussions and exchange of ideas, this conference is expected to produce recommendations and frameworks that can be applied in the context of the creative economy to achieve the SDGs.
Through this seminar, it is hoped that close cooperation will be formed between various parties to encourage the creative economy as an important instrument in the transformation of the SDGs. Participants will be given a better understanding of how the creative economy can be a catalyst for innovation and sustainability, and how they can actively contribute to implementing relevant strategies and policies.
By gathering thoughts and views from various disciplines and related practices, it is hoped that this conference can make an important contribution in accelerating the transformation of SDGs through the creative economy.

Sub Theme

1. Accountancy
2. Business Management
3. Information Technology
4. Creative Economy Based on Culture and Local Wisdom
5. Digital Based Creativiy Economy
6. Entrepreneurship and Sociopreneurship
7. Character and Culture Education
8. Appropriate Technology and Productivity
9. Creation, Development and Strengthening of MSMEs
10. Village and Tourism Development
11. Application of Innovation and Technology in Community Service
12. Optimizing Village Potential through Community Empowerment
13. Islamic Finance
14. Social Science
15. Economic Development

Documentation of the previous conference