The International Journal on Rural Industrialisation (IJRI) highlights and encourages socially relevant research in rural studies to identify ways to realize the potential of the rural population for employment generation and development.
The main aim is to identify the potential of the rural population and find ways and means to realise their potential. It provides a forum for exchange of views between various social science disciplines and the policymakers, planners and executives concerned with rural development.
While papers for publication in IJRI are subjected to through rigorous peer reviews to ensure originality, timeliness and relevance, selected conference papers that require wider exposure are also published at the discretion of the Editors. Academicians, research students, experts, policy makers, organization heads, scientists, etc. can submit their manuscripts for consideration.
Papers are accepted for editorial consideration with the understanding that they have not been published, submitted or accepted for publication elsewhere. For more information please see our Author Guidelines and Manuscript Requirements.
The format for publication ranges from editorials and articles to book reviews, case studies and analyses.
The Subject Areas covered by the journal include local economic development, community and resource development, social marketing, entrepreneurship, rural governance, economic restructuring and diversification, social problems and local politics, program and policy evaluation, technology and livelihoods, land use and environment management, outmigration and employment, gender issues in development and the political economy of rural development.
The journal is aimed at practitioners, policy makers and academics with an interest in the development of entrepreneurship in rural areas. Apart from ISSME members, affiliates and partners it also targets, small business advisors, national Governments, SME promotional agencies, industry associations, UN Agencies, international and regional organisations, banks and financial institutions, business incubations, family-run businesses, research centers, universities, academics and students.
You can also send your manuscripts to International Journal on Rural Industrialisation
Manuscripts are invited from academicians, research students, experts, policy makers, organization heads, scientists, etc. for publication consideration. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your manuscript and let’s get talking.
Title: International Journal on Rural Industrialisation (IJRI)
ISSN: 2250–1320 (Print)