GCU Economics Journal is a scholarly journal,
peer-reviewed, published by the Department of
Economics, GC University, Lahore. The journal publishes research
papers covering these subjects: monetary policy, fiscal policy,
exchange rates, international economics, economic growth and
development, labor economics and relations, regional and urban
economics, industrial organization, applied microeconomics, energy
economics, Institutional Economics, Constitutional Economics,
Population Economics, public policy, economic programs, and other
currently hot and relevant subjects. GCU Economic Journal is
published half yearly in January-June and July-December by the
Department of Economics, GC University, Lahore. Views expressed are
solely those of the authors.
We sincerely invite you to submit your research
paper, and share your original and critical views on applied
economics with the academics all over the world. If you are
interested in our journal, please
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manuscripts/ research papers can be submitted to
For joining us as a reviewer, please
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following given email addresses.
If you have any questions, please contact with us at:
Asif Saed, Wasif Siddiqi, Alvina Sabah
National Advisory Board
M. Aslam Chaudhry, Hamid Dar, Zakir Hussain, Aliya H. Khan, Haris
Gazdar, Muhammad Aslam, Atif Ali Jaffari
Foreign Advisory Board
University of Brunei, Brunei Darussalam
University of Kent, UK
Strathclyde University, UK
University of Wisconsin, USA
University of Durham, UK
Denver University, USA
University of California, Berekely USA
Instructions to Contributors
Abstract should not exceed 200 words. One hard copy and
soft copy of manuscript must be submitted. All manuscripts must be
double-spaced (text, notes, tables, etc.) and typed in Times New
Roman, Font size 12. Allow right and left hand margins of 1 inch
each. Use of capital letters should be only where necessary.
Notes to each article should appear in a separate section,
at the end of the article. However, footnotes are preferred. The
first note should be an acknowledgement or exploratory note about
the author(s) and should be starred (*). End note number should be
in parenthesis. However, footnotes should be written in superscript
form. All end notes or footnotes should be a separate single
paragraph or line.
All references should be listed in alphabetical order of
the author(s) surnames at the end of the text. References in the
text should include surname(s) as el1 as the year of publication.
For citation in the text of a reference with more than two authors,
write first author’s surname followed by et al.
Aftab, K., Q. Aslam, A. Saeed and U. Ahson 2007.
Pakistan India trade: a case study of fans and bicycle industry
of Pakistan. In: Maqvi Z. F. and P. Schular, eds. The Challenges
and Potential of Pakistan-India Trade. 143-157. The World Bank:
Debreu, G. 1951. “The coefficient of resource utilization”
Econometrica 19(3): 273-292.
Din,M., E.Ghani and O. Siddiqui 2003. “Openness and
economic growth in Pakistan” The Pakistan Development Review
Greene, W.H. 1990. Econometric Analysis. New York:
Macmillan Paulino, A. S. and A. P. Thirlwall 2004. “The impact
of trade liberalization on exports, imports and the balance of
payments of developing countries” The Economic Journal 114:
Tahir, p. 1999. Joan Robinsin: A neglected precursor of
internal migation models. In: C. Sardoni and P. Kriesler, ed
Keynes. Post-Keynesian and Political Economy. 311-331. London:
Any mathematical equation in the text should be separated
from the text with at least 1- inch margin above and below. Tables
should be printed on a separate page. Each table should be numbered
and referred to in sequence in the text Each figure (illustration)
should be on a separate sheet of paper.
Journal is published half yearly in January-June and July-December
by the Department of Economics, GC University, Lahore. Views
expressed are solely those of the authors. All correspondence should
be addressed to the Editor. Contributors should give prior notice in
case reprints are required.
Volumes available at GCU