General Information

Journal of Management, Economics, and Industrial Organization (JOMEINO)

ISSN: 2522-381X (Print), 2521-7054 (Online)

DOI: 10.31039/jomeino


Journal of Management, Economics, and Industrial Organization (JOMEINO) is a double-blind peer-reviewed international scholarly journal.

The journal is published by Paragon International University in Cambodia.

JOMEINO is published three times a year.


Free of Charge

The submission and publication are free of charge. In addition to the submission and publication, the processing, formatting, reviewing and archiving of the publication are free of charge.


Open Access 

JOMEINO is an open access journal.


DOI® Number

Each paper published in Journal of Management, Economics, and Industrial Organization (JOMEINO) is assigned a DOI (Digital Object Identifier) number, which appears beneath the author's affiliation in the published paper.

Click here to know what DOI is. Click here to retrieve Digital Object Identifiers (DOIs) for journals, articles, books, and chapters.


Copyright & License Policy

Authors who publish in the Journal of Management, Economics, and Industrial Organization will release their articles under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial (CC BY-NC) 4.0 International Licence.

This license allows anyone to copy and distribute the article for non-commercial purposes provided that appropriate attribution is given.


Journal Metrics/ Impact Factor:

The Journal Impact Factor (JIF) normally referred to is the proprietary journal impact factor from Thomson Reuters calculated based on the Web of Science (WOS) and published in the Journal Citation Reports® (JCR). It is called the JCR®JIF. DOAJ writes: "There is only one official, universally recognised impact factor that is generated by Thomson Reuters; it is a proprietary measure run by a profit making organisation. It runs against the ethics and principles of open access." Currently, Journal of Management, Economics, and Industrial Organization (JOMEINO) hasn’t been indexed in Thomson Reuters JCR. Therefore, its official JCR®JIF is not yet available.


Alternative Impact Factor

1) Google-based Impact Factor (December-2018): 1.6

Google Scholar provides an alternative Google-based Impact Factor. JOMEINO is calculating its own Impact Factor by applying Thomson Reuters'(TR) algorithm based on Google Scholar’s citation counts. JOMEINO applies Thomson Reuters'(TR) algorithm as published on in Figure 1. This algorithm is not protected and can be used by anyone. In short: JOMEINO calculates a 2-year Google-based Journal Impact Factor(2-GJIF).

The 2018 Google-based Impact Factor of JOMEINO would be calculated as follows:

With respect to all articles from this journal for the respective year:

A = total cites in 2018 = 20

B = 2018 cites to articles published in 2017 = 16 (this a subset of A)

C = number of articles published in 2017 = 10

2-GJIF for 2018 = D = B/C = 15/10 = 1.6 (TR algorithm, Google citations, data December 2018)

E = self-citations to articles published in 2017 = 3 (this is a subset of B)

Self-Cite rate = E/B = 3/16 = 18.75% (definition Rousseau 1999, data December 2018)

Journal self-citations are citations to articles in the same journal. A Self-Cited Rate below 20% is considered acceptable. A Self-Cited Rate than this could be explained by a journal's novel or highly specific topic, but could also reveal a journal excessive self-citation.

Please interpret the 2-GJIF with caution:

Due to differences in the underlying database, the value calculated here for the 2-GJIF can not be compared with a JCR®2-JIF.

Do not compare journals from different subject fields based on their JIF. Journals in fundamental subject fields tend to have higher impact factors than journals in specialized or applied subject fields.

Journal metrics should not be used to assess individual authors. Please refer instead to our article metrics provided for each paper: Number of citations from Google Scholar and number of citations from CrossRef.

2) h-index (May-2019): 3

The h-index is an author-level metric that attempts to measure both the productivity and citation impact of the publications of a scientist or scholar.

h-index is the largest number h such that h publications have at least h citations.

The data was calculated based on Google Scholar Citations

3) i10-index (May-2019): 1

i10-index is the number of publications with at least 10 citations.

The data was calculated based on Google Scholar Citations

4) Total Citations (November-2019): 41

The data is based on Google Scholar Citations