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ISSN: 2160-9802|EISSN: 2160-9810|DOI: 10.4018/IJABE|
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The scope of the International Journal of Applied Behavioral Economics (IJABE) encompasses how preferences, attitude, and behavioral issues influence economic agents involved in business and organizations. Special attention is given to the impact that globalization and digitalization have on businesses and organizations from a behavioral point of view. An interdisciplinary approach is required, as economics, psychology, sociology, and anthropology are domains that contribute to understanding complex economic behavior, its triggers, and its practical implications. The journal encourages practice-oriented research papers from academics and reflective papers from practitioners, as well as case studies. Both quantitative and qualitative research papers are welcomed, as well as research that uses innovative methodologies to explore new insights in the field and theory.

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The mission of the International Journal of Applied Behavioral Economics is to examine the main applications of Behavioral Economics in business and organizations, both in classical terms as well as influenced by digitalization and new technologies. Behavioral Economics arises from research that shows human boundary rationality and failures in acting in “self”—interest, loss aversion, among others—influence the making of economic choices and decisions. Despite the importance of an interdisciplinary perspective, the practical applications of this research are not well represented. The journal promotes papers that show a direct link between Behavioral Economics and concrete, practical applications at a business and organizational level, with a special focus on the effects of technology implementation and usage on economic agents’ perception, behavior, and decision-making processes. For this purpose, the journal serves as a distribution channel for research that contributes to theory and practice development in this knowledge domain.


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Topics Covered

  • Applications of behavioral economics findings in public policies
  • Applied evolutionary economics and psychology
  • Behavioral factors influencing supply and demand of health and health services
  • Boundary rationality and impact on making decisions in business and organizations
  • Branding/advertising issues and organization behavior
  • Changes in economic behavior meaning in the globalization age
  • Consequences of decisions, judgment and choices with respect to producers’ results
  • Consumer behavior, marketing and digital marketing in the globalization age
  • Cross-cultural behavioral variation with impact on business and organizations
  • Differences between market behavior and individual behavior and their implications in business
  • Economic and social costs of addictive behaviors
  • Economic and socio-psychological determinants of e-organizations’ behavior
  • Factors influencing preferences, judgment, choices, decisions and the way they impact consumer behavior
  • Impact of new technologies on supply and demand of health and health services
  • Impact of procedural rationality in decision making process
  • Impact of technology diffusion on wealth, consumption and happiness
  • Impact of technology implementation in “procedural rationality” risk reduction
  • Individual and organizational decision making: consumption and non-consumption related factors
  • Inter-temporal choices with impact on savings and investments
  • Loss aversion and risk evaluation at business and organizational level
  • Methodological aspects in experimental economics with applications in business
  • New technologies related to consumption and environment
  • Rational behavior under imperfect competition with implications at business level
  • Social and psychological impact of macroeconomic policies on business and organizational behavior
  • The overconsumption society: determinants and effects in the globalization age

Editorial Board

Associate Editors
Roxana Adam, The Romanian Academy
Maxwell Chanakira, HARARE Institute of Technology, Zimbabwe
Anupam Das, Mount Royal University, Canada
Elena Druică, University of Bucharest, Romania
M. Mustafa Erdoğdu, Marmara University, Turkey
Vinnie Gajjala, Tiffin University, United States
Perry Haan, Tiffin University, United States
Eugen Iordanescu, Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu
Jacky Mathonnat, University Auvergne, France
Daniel May, University of Wolverhampton, United Kingdom
Laura Mays, Tiffin University, United States
Fabio Musso, , Italy
Abdelnaser Omran, School of Economics, Finance and Banking, College of Business, Universiti Utara Malaysia, Malaysia
Ionica Oncioiu, Titu Maiorescu University, Romania
Barry Schwartz, Swarthmore College, United States
Calin Valsan, Bishop's University, Canada
Editorial Review Board
Sheikh Abu, University of Hyogo, Japan
Kyriaki Begiazi, Hellenic Open University, Greece
Aspasia Bizopoulou, PhD Student, United Kingdom
Anca Bratu, University of Bucharest, Romania
Kaushik Chaudhuri, Shiv Nadar University, India
Linjie Chou, University of Iceland, Iceland
Eugen Dimant
Caroline Glackin, Shepherd University, United States
Ari Huuhka, University of Vaasa, Finland
Cosmin Imbrisca, University of Bucharest
Simon James, University of Exeter, United Kingdom
Ana Miric, University of Belgrade, Serbia
Michael Möcker, FernUniversität in Hagen, Germany
Boidurjo Rick Mukhopadhyay
Terry Parminter, PACT Consulting, New Zealand
Oliver Schnusenberg, The University of North Florida, United States
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