Focus and Scope
Economics & Law is a double-blind referred academic journal. It is intended to extend scientific knowledge in the fields of Economics and Law. The journal focuses on empirically oriented research papers but does not exclude high-quality review articles, methodological and theoretical contributions from all fields of contemporary economics and law. The journal acclaims papers on wide ranges of countries or business organizations, as well as topics relevant outside a single country.
The papers will be preceded for publication if contain:
– title in English, author(s) name, e-mail, author’s institution; ORCID iD
– abstract in English, max length 800 letters ;
– between 3 and 5 keywords in English;
– JEL classification codes; (https://www.aeaweb.org/jel/guide/jel.php)
– appropriate structure: introduction, literature review, methodology, results, concluding remarks and discussion;
– references in Roman script.
Peer Review Process
Receiving a manuscript does not imply an obligation to publish it. The Editor-in-chief decides on those papers suitable for publication. The decision is based on a blind peer-review system in which at least two experts working on the topic of the paper submitted should recommend publication.
After receiving the manuscript, it will be sent to both experts for review. They have to assess how it meets the criteria for publication. They should also recommend revisions for improvement of the paper (max 10 days).
Taking into account the assessments of the experts, the Editor-in-chief decides on the publication, which may be:
– accept the paper unchanged;
– accept the paper with minor revisions;
– accept the paper after major modifications are made;
– reject the paper for publication.
If major modifications are recommended, the paper will be sent for second-round review by the same evaluators.
Open Access Policy
Economics and Law provide open access to its content. The journal does not restrict the freedom of the authors to file their works through professional and thematic repositories.
Copyright on any article in the Economics & Law is retained by the author(s) under the Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial 4.0 International License, which permits to copy, redistribute remix, transform, and build upon the material in any non-commercial medium or format, provided the original work is properly cited.
Authors grant “Economics & Law” a license to publish the article and identify “Economics & Law” as the original publisher.
Authors can grant any third party the right to use, distribute and reproduce the article in any non – commercial medium, provided the original work is properly cited.
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