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Socio-Economic Planning Sciences
Social economic planning science theories do not move in lockstep with those of orthodox schools of economics, which often make the assumption that actors are self-interested and can rationally make decisions. It frequently considers topic outside of what standard matters of trade and profit concentrates on, including the impact of nature and biology on consumption and wealth.
The Journal of Socio-Economics, Procedia - Social and BehavioralSciences, Journal of Business Venturing