Aims & Scope

The primary aim of Climate Economics & Social Impact (CESI) is to provide a platform for scholarly research and discussion on the policy implications of energy supply and use, focusing on their economic, social, planning, and environmental dimensions. The journal seeks to address topics of global significance and wider policy relevance, catering to the interests of international agencies, governments, public and private sector entities, local communities, and non-governmental organizations. The journal's scope encompasses a broad range of subjects related to climate, and energy policy and its impact on society and the environment. It welcomes original research papers, review articles, and policy analyses that shed light on key issues within the field. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to: The journal covers a wide range of topics, including the exploitation, conversion, and use of energy; markets for energy commodities and derivatives; regulation and taxation; forecasting; environment and climate; international trade; development; social and monetary policy impact. The journal emphasizes the importance of rigorous analysis and balanced appraisals in developing policy prescriptions. It encourages interdisciplinary approaches and welcomes contributions from researchers, policymakers, practitioners, and stakeholders across various disciplines and sectors.

Journal Scope:

  • Climate Change
  • Climate and Social Impact
  • Climate Economics
  • Climate Social Policies
  • Energy Forecasting
  • Energy utilization
  • Energy Pricing
  • Energy Environment
  • Environmental Financing
  • Environmental Accounting
  • Energy planning & Management
  • Environmental Management
  • Management of Energy Efficiency
  • Energy consumption
  • Climate politics
  • Renewable Resources
  • Natural Resources
  • Waste Management and Social Impact