AFRICAN REVIEW OF ECONOMICS AND FINANCE-AREF is a research journal that publishes research in the field of Economics. This journal is published by the PORTHOLOGOS PRESS. The ISSN of this journal is 2042-1478.
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|Journal Title:||AFRICAN REVIEW OF ECONOMICS AND FINANCE-AREF|
|Country of Publisher:||NILE VALLEY MULTIVERSITY, 333 NHAWINEI AVE, BONO EAST, TECHIMAN, GHANA, South Africa, 00000|
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This journal covers the fields/ categories related to Economics. If your research field is related to Economics, then visit the official website of AFRICAN REVIEW OF ECONOMICS AND FINANCE-AREF and send your manuscript.
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