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Submission deadline: 30 September 2023
Mega-sporting Events and BRICS Economies: Evaluation of Impact and Prospects
Wladimir Andreff, Honorary Professor University Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne, President of the Scientific Council at the Observatory of the sports economy, Ministry for Sports France

In the past two decades, the BRICS countries have hosted several mega sporting events benefitting from the international policy of sports governing bodies geared towards expanding such events in different regions of the world. Both the Summer Olympic Games and FIFA World Cup are the biggest sporting ...

Submission deadline: 31 December 2023
Changing the Global Monetary and Financial Architecture: The Role of BRICS-Plus
Yaroslav D. Lissovolik, Founder of “BRICS+ analytics”, member of the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC)

Introduction to a forthcoming Special Issue in the BRICS Journal of Economics 5(2) (2024)

Since 2022 the theme of the creation of a common BRICS currency has become one of the most important BRICS-related topics in the global agenda. Many observers are starting to claim that the creation of such  ...

BRICS Journal of Economics 4(1) (2023)
COVID-19: Its Impact on BRICS Economies
Badar Alam Iqbal


Twenty-one years ago, the idea of creation of an economic block was floated and accordingly four emerging economies of the world namely-Brazil, Russia, India and China got a name as BRICs countries or economic block. Later on, South Africa also joined the BRICs and the block has come ...

Papers published: 9   |  Total pages: 172
BRICS Journal of Economics 3(4) (2022)
Green Economy for Nature Conservation and Sustainable Growth
Dr. Alina Steblyanskaya Associate Professor, Harbin Engineering University, School of Economics and Management, Harbin, China; Dr. Sergey Bobylev Professor, Moscow State University, Department of Environmental Economics, Moscow, Russia; Yan Jun, PhD, China University of Petroleum, Beijing, China

In recent years, enhanced measures including legislation, policy, regulatory, and economic means have been taken by every country’s government in dealing with environmental problems [1]. Corresponding to this situation and in meeting the demand of governments at different levels for environmental  ...

Papers published: 6   |  Total pages: 114
BRICS Journal of Economics 3(2) (2022)
Papers published: 4   |  Total pages: 90
BRICS Journal of Economics 2(4) (2021)
Papers published: 5   |  Total pages: 114
BRICS Journal of Economics 2(3) (2021)
Papers published: 5   |  Total pages: 106
BRICS Journal of Economics 2(2) (2021)
Papers published: 5   |  Total pages: 106

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