About the Journal
Kemakmuran Hijau: Jurnal Ekonomi Pembangunan (JEKOP) publishes original research articles that provide insights into sustainable economic growth and development. The main theme of the journal is exploring pathways to build prosperity while preserving environmental integrity.
The fundamental aim of JEKOP is to advance research that redefines prosperity in developing countries as the optimal balance between economic growth, social equity, and ecological regeneration. The journal provides a platform to rethink conventional models of progress that often lead to unequal access to resources and environmental harm.
Specifically, JEKOP covers topics related to green economy and finance, sustainable infrastructure, circular economy models, low-carbon industries, socio-environmental policymaking, community-based natural resource management, and environmental valuation and accounting. Authors are encouraged to discuss the practical implications of their research to support evidence-based decision-making and transition towards sustainability in developing countries.
While focusing on sustainability science and policies, JEKOP welcomes contributions that highlight actionable evidence to inform planning and decision-making on the ground. The interdisciplinary nature of the journal encourages authors to explore the social, economic, political, and technological dimensions of equitable green growth. Overall, the aim is to support systemic and context-specific pathways in the developing world that balance poverty reduction, community development, and environmental health.