Journal of Economics and Environmental Education is a peer-reviewed yearly online and print journal for researches in Economics Education, Climate changes Environmental Education and related fields. JEEE is the second official journal of the International Association for Economics Educators.

Journal of Economics and Environmental Education provides a platform for the exchange of ideas, research findings and experiences among members of Economics Educators, Environmental  Educators, teachers of Economics, researchers and publishers throughout the world.  The journal welcomes research articles from economists, educators, teachers, scholars and researchers from all over the world to publish high-quality articles. JEEE publishes only original articles from all fields in Economics and Education Climate Change, Environmental issues and other related fields that address current and relevant issues to teaching and learning of Economics, Environment and economic analysis.


MADUEME, STELLA I. PhD                                           University of Nigeria

NWAGU, E. K. N. PhD                                                      University of Nigeria

Managing  Editors                        

ONUOHA, JOSEPH C. PhD                                            University of Nigeria

Associate Editors

UCHENDU, EGODI N. PhD                                            University Of Nigeria

BEWAJI John A. I PhD                                                   University of the West Indies

EDE O. S. IYAMU PhD                                                    University of Benin, Benin-City

BRERBRAUER, FELIX PhD                                          University of Colgne, Germany

HOEMER JOHN E. PhD                                                Yale University, New Haven USA

TAYLOR JOHN B. PhD                                                   Stanford University

MICHAEL SALEMI PhD                                                 University of North, Carolina

ENEOGU, NJIDEKA D. PhD                                            University of Nigeria

GAIL HOYT PhD                                                                University of Kentucky

BRUCE KAUFMAN PhD                                                  Georgia State University

WILLIAM L. GOFFE PhD                                                  Pennsylvania State University

MEHLINGER, H. PhD                                                        Indiana University, Bloomington,   USA

EDE, MAXWELL O. PhD                                                    Michael Okpara University of Agriculture Umudike

SJAK SMULDERS PhD                                                       Tilburg University, The Netherlands

Oleabhiele, Eric Oziegbe PhD                                           MICHAEL OKPARA UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE UMUDIKE


Guidelines for Authors

The Journal of Economics and Environmental Education (JEEE) accepts contributions from researchers, scholars, policymakers, practitioners, teachers, students, and informed observers in Economics and Environmental Education and related fields. In addition to original reports of research and theory, JEEE welcomes articles that reflect on teaching and practice in social sciences and educational settings in Africa and abroad.

JEEE has a two-stage review process. In the first stage, all manuscripts that are submitted to JEEE go through an initial screening process and are read by a minimum of two Editorial Board members. During the second stage, manuscripts that have passed the first stage are considered by the full Editorial Board and receive written feedback based on the Board’s decision. It is the policy of JEEE to consider for publication only manuscripts that are not simultaneously being considered elsewhere.

Similarly, it is our policy not to publish manuscripts that are currently available online or in print. To this end, the journal requires that authors remove manuscripts from publicly available websites before submission. Please follow these guidelines in preparing a manuscript for submission.

Significance and Impact

Manuscripts should focus on questions relevant to the field of education. These questions should be pointed and should also have implications for broader educational problems, nationally and/or globally. Manuscripts should contribute to the work of stakeholders seeking to address educational challenges and should explicitly state their contributions, whether theoretical or practical, in order to identify the populations that would most benefit from its publication, such as teachers, policymakers, or students.


  •  JEEE accepts manuscripts of up to 6,500 words, including abstract (not more than 250 words typed in single line spacing), and references and reserves the right to return any manuscript that exceeds that length.
  •  All text must be double-spaced, type size must be at least 12 point with 1-inch margins on all sides, and paper size should be set to 7.4 x 9.7, even if printed on A4 paper.
  • The title page should have the following details: title of article, the author(s) name(s) [Sur name first], institutional affiliation, e-mail and phone number. Note: indicate the corresponding author.
  • Proper organization of the ideas is required. Appropriate sub-headings should be used. For empirical studies, the following sub-headings should be used: Introduction (which must contain all the variables in the work and review of relevant literature), The problem, Methodology, Results, Discussions, Recommendations and Conclusion. All literatures reviewed/sources must not be older than ten (10) years.
  •  Tables should be numbered in Hindu-Arabic numerals (e.g. Table 1; Table 5; etc.) and should not flow over to the next page. The table number and heading should appear on the top of the table in italics. The maximum size of any table should be 4.5 inches (wide) X 7 inches (length). JEEE has the right not to publish any manuscript that did not comply with these directives even when the processing fee is paid.
  • Authors should use the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association for reference and citation formats. References must be in current APA format. Manuscripts with references and/or citations in another form will be returned to the author(s).
Submission Procedure

Authors must submit an electronic version of the manuscript in Microsoft Word format. JEEE accepts submissions by e-mail. Paper submissions will be accepted when necessary, and may be arranged by contacting the JEEE editorial staff. Manuscripts are considered anonymously. The author’s name must appear only on the title page; any references that identify the author in the text must be deleted. Send submissions to:

The Editorial Board of the Journal of Economics and Environmental Education (JEEE) invites lecturers, authors, researchers, graduate students and policy analysts interested in Economics Education and Environmental Education research to submit their high quality researched articles to JEEE for review and publication.


JEEE is a peer-reviewed international Journal published by the International Association for Economics Educators. IEEE is a yearly journal and it publishes regularly.