Target audience

The target audience of the Future Studies Research Journal includes:

Academics and Researchers: Scholars and researchers from various disciplines, such as social sciences, engineering, economics, environmental studies, business administration, and technology, who are interested in exploring future-oriented topics and their impact on sustainable development.

Entrepreneurs and Industry Professionals: Business leaders, entrepreneurs, and professionals in various industries who seek insights into emerging trends and technologies, innovation strategies, and sustainable business practices.

Policymakers and Government Officials: Policy experts, policymakers, and government officials involved in decision-making at local, national, and international levels, who are looking for evidence-based research to inform policies and strategies for sustainable development.

Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) and Non-Profit Organizations: Representatives of NGOs and non-profit organizations involved in addressing social and environmental issues, who seek knowledge to advance their missions and contribute to the achievement of the SDGs.

Students and Educators: Students pursuing undergraduate and graduate studies and educators in universities and educational institutions interested in future studies, sustainable development, innovation, and related fields.

International Organizations: Representatives from international organizations, intergovernmental bodies, and agencies engaged in global development and sustainability efforts, seeking insights and perspectives from the academic and research community.

The Future Studies Research Journal aims to be a valuable resource for this diverse audience, providing a platform for cutting-edge research, interdisciplinary dialogue, and collaboration towards a sustainable and prosperous future.