Focus and Scope

Journal of Governance Risk Management Compliance and Sustainability (JGRCS) provides practician, academician, and other relevant professionals throughout the world with the opportunity to exchanges and disseminates theoretical and practice-oriented papers for the advancement of governance, risk management, compliance and sustainability knowledge. The interrelationship between risk assessment, management, policy formulation, and the overarching goal of sustainable development represents a fundamental facet of contemporary governance and strategic planning. Risk management strategies become pivotal instruments for the strategic mitigation of adverse consequences while optimizing opportunities, in accordance with overarching sustainable development objectives.

The focus and scope of JRGCS are but not limited to:

Risk Assessment and Management, and Policy

This category delves into the fundamental principles and methodologies in the area, including:

  • Principles and theory of risk assessment and management
  • Risk assessment policy, standards, and regulations
  • Risk-based decision making and risk management
  • Decision making and decision support systems for risk and disaster management on regional and global scales
  • Risk perception and communications
  • Risk assessment and control
  • Risk characterisation
  • Dynamic risk assessment
  • Integration of risk models and quantifications
  • Advanced concepts and information technologies in risk assessment and management
  • Integrated risk assessment and safety management
  • Integrated risk assessment in developing and rapidly developing countries

Sustainable Development

This category explores the socio-economic, scientific, and integrated approaches to achieving sustainable development.

  • Development and realization of national policies and international treaties for sustainable development
  • Implementation and monitoring of policies for sustainable development
  • Changing consumption and production patterns
  • Developments in cultural diversity, tradition, social systems, globalization, immigration, and settlement, and their impact on cultural or social sustainability
  • Ethical and philosophical aspects of sustainable development
  • Education and awareness of sustainability
  • Impact of safety, security, and disaster management on sustainability
  • Health-related aspects of sustainability
  • System analysis methods, including life cycle assessment and management