Economics Study Program: This program provides an understanding of Macro and Micro Economics theory to solve economic problems. Also, specialized knowledge of Development Economics, Business Economics, Monetary Economics, Public Economics, Natural Resource Economics, and International Economics. Graduates/Alumni are open to work in the Public, Private and International Institutions sectors.
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1. Diponegoro Journal of Management
2. Jurnal Studi Manajemen Organisasi
3. Diponegoro International Journal of Business (DIJB)
4. Jurnal Sains Pemasaran Indonesia
5. Journal of Business and Organization
6. Jurnal Bisnis Strategi
Contact Person: Albi Boykhair
1. Diponegoro Journal of Accounting
2. Jurnal Manajemen, Akuntansi dan Sistem Informasi (Jurnal MAKSI)
3. Jurnal Akuntansi dan Auditing
4. Journal of Accountability and Forensic Accounting (JAFA)
Contact Person: Siti Hilmiati Azyzia
1. Diponegoro Journal of Economics
2. Jurnal Dinamika Ekonomi Pembangunan
3. Journal of Economic Development and Social Research
4. Diponegoro Journal of Islamic Economics and Business
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