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Global Academic & Scientific Publishers (GAS Publishers) is an international publisher dedicated to giving great researchers and scientists a “peer-reviewed” platform to present their results for the benefit of society in order to spark discussion and offer a venue for education. Embarking on a journey of academic excellence, GAS Publishers emerged in 2023 as a dynamic platform dedicated to advancing knowledge across diverse disciplines. With a commitment to fostering intellectual exploration, GAS Publishers proudly presents eight distinguished journals. These seven prestigious journals underscore GAS Publishers’ dedication to facilitating scholarly collaboration, fostering the dissemination of knowledge, and contributing to the vibrant tapestry of academic inquiry. As we continue our journey, we invite researchers, scholars, and practitioners to explore, engage, and contribute to the evolving landscape of intellectual exploration under the auspices of GAS Publishers.

At GAS Publishers, our primary aim is to advance scholarly communication by providing a platform that promotes the dissemination of high-quality research across diverse disciplines. We are dedicated to facilitating global collaboration and knowledge exchange.

Our Aim: To foster innovation, intellectual growth, and societal impact by publishing research that pushes the boundaries of knowledge and contributes to positive change.

Scope: GAS Publishers embraces a broad scope, encompassing various academic disciplines. We welcome contributions that demonstrate excellence, originality, and relevance, catering to a diverse and engaged readership.

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Dr. A.M.K. Bashayreh

Assistant Professor – Business Management, Al Zahra College for Women.

Dr. N.U.N. Shahani

Faculty of Business Management and Course Leader (DBA) at Exeed College.

Dr. H.H.B. Ahmad

Senior lecturer faculty of Business and management science university of Kolej University Islam Perlis.

Dr. Sakul Kundra

Associate Dean (Research) and Assistant Professor at College of Humanities and Education, Fiji National University.


Dr. Abhisek Saha

Assistant Professor, Department of Geography, Chatra Ramai Pandit Mahavidyalaya.

Dr. N.A.K. Zamri

Research Fellow at Institute of Malay and Civilization (ATMA), Universiti Kebangsaan.

Dr. A. O. sheila

Department of Business Administration, Faculty of Management Sciences, Nnamdi Azikiwe University,

Mortality Differentials in Gender, Income Level and Cause of Death


Abstract: The reduction in mortality within a nation is a major objective of the government and international organizations. To achieve this goal, indicators of high mortality among disadvantaged people, communities and regions need to be examined and the relationship between these mortality differentials need to be carried out in order to accurately identify how inequalities operate at different levels. The objective of this research is to analyse the mortality differentials in gender, causes of deaths and income levels in order to identify high risk cases where health programmes can be channeled or intensified. In the course of this study, visits were made to hospitals, friends and family members for personal observations, investigation and data collection in order to have comprehensive knowledge on the subject matter. The data were obtained from publications, surveys of health or health related organizations. Male mortality and female life expectancy are higher at all ages in most countries across the globe. In Nigeria, most deaths (in rank) arise from lower respiratory infections, neonatal disorders, HIV/AIDS and malaria, while the leading causes of deaths (in rank) in Africa as a whole are lower respiratory tract infections, HIV/AIDS, diarrhea diseases and ischemic heart diseases. In the world (as a whole), ischemic heart diseases and stroke are leading causes of deaths. Most deaths in lower income group are due to causes that may be treatable through access to basic health services, while most deaths in higher income group are associated with environmental factors and/or natural disasters. In order to minimize the differences in health outcomes and maximize the health gains, responses that are aimed at mitigating exposure to risk factors and/or adequate access to health services should be employed.
Keywords: Gender, income levels, mortality, causes of death, differentials.

Governance of anti-COVID-19 policies in a university in central Mexico


Abstract: The pandemic and anti-COVID-19 policies are risk events that have opened a discrepancy in educational institutions. On the one hand, the institutionalism that distinguishes them suggests the implementation of anti-COVID policies. On the other hand, the construction of a governance in which political actors participate in academic decisions and the educational community in the interpretation of preventive guidelines. The objective of the study was to establish an explanatory model of the discrepancy. An exploratory, cross-sectional and psychometric study was carried out with a non-probabilistic selection of 100 students. A structure of three factors related to institutionalism, isomorphism and coupling was found. 62% of the variance was explained, suggesting the inclusion of another factor that the literature identifies as patrimonialism. In relation to the consulted literature, the empirical evidence suggests the empirical test of the model.
Keywords: violence, aggression, couple, networks, knowledge, synapse.

Sustainable Development in Low Carbon, Cleaner and Greener Energies and the Environment



Aims/Purpose: The increased availability of reliable and efficient energy services stimulates new development alternatives. This article discusses the potential for such integrated systems in the stationary and portable power market in response to the critical need for a cleaner energy technology. Throughout the theme several issues relating to renewable energies, environment, and sustainable development are examined from both current and future perspectives. It is concluded that green energies like wind, solar, groundsource heat pumps, and biomass must be promoted, implemented, and demonstrated from the economic and/or environmental point view. Biogas from biomass appears to have potential as an alternative energy source, which is potentially rich in biomass resources. This is an overview of some salient points and perspectives of biogas technology. The current literature is reviewed regarding the ecological, social, cultural and economic impacts of biogas technology. This article gives an overview of present and future use of biomass as an industrial feedstock for production of fuels, chemicals and other materials. However, to be truly competitive in an open market situation, higher value products are required. Results suggest that biogas technology must be encouraged, promoted, invested, implemented, and demonstrated, but especially in remote rural areas.

Our primary objective is to uphold and promote academic excellence by providing a platform for the publication of high-quality, impactful research across diverse disciplines.
We aim to enhance the global visibility of authors, institutions, and their research by providing a reputable platform for the publication of impactful and influential scholarly work.
Uphold the principles of open access to ensure that scholarly content is freely accessible to a global audience, fostering inclusivity and democratizing access to knowledge.
We actively encourage and support scholarly innovation by providing a space for the publication of groundbreaking and unconventional research that pushes the boundaries of traditional academic discourse.
Empower researchers, educators, and learners by providing a reliable and trusted platform for the dissemination of research outcomes, supporting their professional growth and development.
Adhere to the highest ethical standards in publishing, including transparency, fairness, and integrity in all aspects of the editorial process.
Provide opportunities and support for early-career researchers to publish their work, fostering the development of the next generation of scholars.
Regularly assess and respond to the evolving needs of the scholarly community, adapting publishing strategies and offerings to better serve the interests of authors and readers.
Publish research that has societal relevance and impact, contributing to the advancement of knowledge for the betterment of communities and the world at large.
We aim to facilitate the dissemination of cutting-edge research, fostering knowledge sharing and collaboration among researchers, scholars, and practitioners globally.
A: You can submit your manuscript through our online submission system. Visit our website, navigate to the “Submit Manuscript” section, and follow the step provided. You can also submit your manuscript through our email:
A: We accept a wide range of manuscript types, including original research articles, reviews, case studies, and more. Please refer to our submission guidelines for detailed information.
A: Yes, we have two processes: Normal and Fastrack.
  • For Indian Authors: Normal – 2,000 INR, Fastrack – 2,500 INR.
  • For Foreign Authors: Normal – 30 USD, Fastrack – 50 USD.
  • A: Leveraging a dedicated pool of over 100 reviewers, our goal is to expedite the review process. Typically, initial feedback is provided within 24 hours. This accelerated timeframe is made possible by our extensive network of qualified reviewers. However, it’s important to note that the entire review process, including the collection and consolidation of reviewer feedback, may take a few weeks. We are committed to maintaining a balance between efficiency and the thorough evaluation necessary to uphold the quality of the review process.
    A: After submission, changes can be made during the review process. However, once the manuscript is accepted and in the production phase, changes may be limited.
    A: To inquire about the status of your submitted manuscript, please contact us via email. Feel free to reach out to:, and our editorial team will promptly assist you with any updates or information you may need.
    A: Yes, we encourage and support early-career researchers. Please inquire about any specific programs or opportunities available for early-career authors.
    A: No, GAS Publishers Journals are published exclusively online.
    A: Indexing depends on the article’s content, indexing partner guidelines, and their procedures. The timing varies; it can be prompt or take some time, and in some cases, it might not occur. Publication with us does not guarantee that articles will be added to indexing partner websites.
    A: Availability on Google Scholar/Google search varies. It may happen within a few days or take time. Additionally, not all articles may appear. Publication with us does not guarantee that a paper will be featured in Google Scholar/Google search. It depends on external resources’ criteria and policies.