The latest issue of IIMK Society & Management Review (Volume 2 Issue 2) is now online. This issue is a special issue on the emerging interdisciplinary area of econophysics. One of the special attractions of this issue is an interview of Eugene Stanley, a world renowned scientist and one of the pioneers in the field of econophysics, through which the readers get a fascinating glimpse of this promising field of research. Other highlights include a broad overview of the domain of econophysics by Marcel Ausloos of Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences, an interesting article by John Angle of The Inequality Process Institute, USA, illustrating of how the dynamics of physical processes can provide the basic insights on social process like the economy and note by Prof Siew Ann Cheong of Nanyang Technological University, Singapore on a course developed on econophysics. Asim Ghosh of Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics, Kolkata has given a review of major research work done in India in the field of econophysics. The issue also contains three research articles in this domain. Ralph Abraham of University of California, Santa Cruz and Michael Nivala of David Geffen School of Medicine, University of California in their article have dwelled on Chaotic Synchronization and the Global Economy. Taisei Kaizoji of Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, International Christian University, Tokyo has analysed return and trading volume in the Tokyo Stock Exchange data spanning over decades. The article by Ayan Bhattacharya of Cornell University and Rudra Sensarma of Institute of Management Kozhikode is an exhaustive empirical investigation of chaos in Indian financial markets. The guest editors for this issue were Kausik Gangopadhyay and Kousik Guhathakurta of IIMK.