International Journal of Inspiration & Resilience Economy

The International Journal of Inspiration & Resilience Economy ((IJIRE)) is an international interdisciplinary open access blind peer-reviewed refereed journal and is part of the International Inspiration Economy Project which includes publications of success stories, research, perspective, case studies outcomes and scientific studies in the areas of future coming economies with more focus on Inspiration Economy and Resilience Economy. This newly developed international journal (IJIRE) aims to cater more for the needs of those who want to contribute diverse papers in relevant to Inspiration, Inspiration Economy, Inspiration Engineering, Inspiration Psychology, Resilience & Co-existence Economies, Entrepreneurship, Social Innovation and Change Management Initiatives that influence the world or the specific communities Socio-Economies and any similar related research that would contribute to creating an inspiration driven economy directly or indirectly.



Editor-in-chief: Mohamed Buheji
p-ISSN: 2639-7307
e-ISSN: 2639-7323

Website: http://journal.sapub.org/ijire




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Review of the Challenges of Scientific Research in the Arab World and Its Influence on Inspiration Driven Economy
Dunya Ahmed, Jamal Albuarki
pp. 28-34
DOI: 10.5923/j.ijire.20170101.04  7254 Views  4380 Downloads
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Psychology of Quality of Life and Its Relation to Psychology
Aissaoui Moudjahid, Baida Abdarrazak
pp. 58-63
DOI: 10.5923/j.ijire.20190302.04  27942 Views  2035 Downloads
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Role of African Women in Development and Economic Life: Reality and Challenges
Cherifa Klaa
pp. 1-9
DOI: 10.5923/j.ijire.20200401.01  15947 Views  1643 Downloads
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Exploring the Implementation of Government Work Program towards Bahrain Economic Vision 2030 with Respect to Strategic and Project Management (A Retrospective Study for the Period 2011-2014)
Hanan Khairy
pp. 14-27
DOI: 10.5923/j.ijire.20170101.03  2988 Views  1361 Downloads
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Forward: The Pandemic Calls for More Colours Economies
Mohamed Buheji, Dunya Ahmed
pp. 1-3
DOI: 10.5923/j.ijire.20210501.01  5054 Views  1345 Downloads
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Theories of Organisational Resilience
Dr Mohamed Buheji
pp. 33-33
DOI: 10.5923/j.ijire.20190301.05  4407 Views  1344 Downloads
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The Impact of Information Asymmetry on the Bank Financing of SMEs in Algeria: An Econometric Study
Mazeri Abdelhafid, Saadouni Mohammed
pp. 17-23
DOI: 10.5923/j.ijire.20190301.03  5256 Views  1342 Downloads
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The Reconstruction of Family Identity through Food Consumption- The Case of Displaced Syrian Women in Jordan
Noor Jayousi
pp. 25-34
DOI: 10.5923/j.ijire.20200401.04  2488 Views  1252 Downloads
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Reality of Innovation Indicators in Algeria During the Period (2011-2015): An Analytical Study Using the Global Competitiveness Reports (GCR's)
Dr. Aboubaker Khoualed
pp. 16-24
DOI: 10.5923/j.ijire.20200401.03  2660 Views  1214 Downloads
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‘Pure As’: Clean, Green and Covid-free! Environmental Issues Associated with the Notion of ‘Self-sufficiency’ and Sustainability in Post-pandemic New Zealand
Christine (Noor) Elizabeth Coutts
pp. 66-79
DOI: 10.5923/j.ijire.20200402.04  1767 Views  1184 Downloads
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