The Eastern European Journal for Regional Studies (EEJRS) is an open-access journal, dedicated to fostering an effective interaction between innovation, education and research in the Eastern European countries in order to better understand the transformations induced by European integration and other regional processes.
EEJRS is a biannual peer-reviewed academic journal (June and December).
ISSN: 1857-436X Periodicity – twice a year
Language of publication - English
Founder – Academy of Economic Studies of Moldova (AESM), Center for Studies in European Integration
Editor in Chief - Dr., Asoc. Prof. Rodica CRUDU, Academy of Economic Studies of Moldova.
Acredited by ANACEC: category B (June 2020)
We cordially invite you to contribute with an article for the next issue of EEJRS. Authors are invited to submit original, previously unpublished research papers written in English, on one of the topics of interaction between education, research, and innovation.
Please see Instructions for the authors
All submitted papers are subject to double-blind review.
The publication is free, with no article processing charges (APC)
Please ensure that your submission contains the following items:
The Publishing Policy of the EEJRS aims to encourage the authors to express their most original opinions through their articles, reviews, and thoughts in various directions of the economic research. The responsibility for the originality of the papers/articles relies entirely on the author (s), who signs a Statement of non-plagiarism.
EEJRS was launched in 2015, edited by Centre for Studies in European Integration and released within Academy of Economic Studies of Moldova. The journal is also available on-line in order to assure good visibility of research analysis and materials
Eastern European Journal for Regional Studies (EEJRS) seeks to provide a forum for multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary dialogue between ideas, and a framework for theoretical and empirical analyses.
EEJRS covers major topics related to European studies: European history and politics, European economy and European policies, EU community law, European culture and society, Regional Development, Eastern European Neighbourhood countries, Cross-border cooperation and development, Innovation and entrepreneurship development, Higher education and research.
EEJRS aims at encouraging studies focusing on Central and Eastern Europe (including Eastern Neighbourhood) in order to better understand its transformations induced by the integration process and to address its specific challenges by supporting scientific debates on the general European theory and practice. Furthermore, the editorial board regularly coordinates thematic issues in order to stimulate productivity of research.
The Academy of Economic Studies of Moldova (AESM) and its Center for Studies in European Integration is committed to promote the dissemination of its research outputs. In order to support dissemination, ASEM provides an unrestricted on-line access to all the issues published by EEJRS as defined by the Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY-NC-ND 3.0)
EEJRS publishes original papers which are not describing essentially the same research as in other manuscripts and which have not previously been published, or submitted for reviewing to other journals. ASEM shall not be held legally responsible and shall not pay royalties in case of demands for financial compensations from third parties. In case of acceptance for publishing, EEJRS does not impose the exclusive right to publish and disseminate the paper. The article may be re-published, provided the author makes reference to the first publication by EEJRS. The ideas in the papers represent the views of the authors only, not the views of the publisher, of Editors, or of the International Scientific/Advisory Board members.
INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE:
The authors are kindly requested to prepare the paper in accordance with the following instructions:
In case you need additional information, please do not hesitate to contact us via e-mail: email@example.com (Contact person - Dr. Rodica CRUDU, Editor in Chief).
EEJRS is concerned about assuring a high-quality research standard and an ethical behaviour for all the parties involved in publication process (editors, authors and reviewers). Therefore, EJES adopted an ethic code based on the guidelines developed by the Committee on Publications Ethics (COPE)
All research articles submitted for publishing to the Eastern European Journal of Regional Studies (EEJRS) are subject to a rigorous review process:
Objectivity | Reviewing process should be objectively done. Reviewers should complete the evaluation form by providing clear and concise recommendations in order to improve manuscripts, but without knowing any information regarding their authors. If they recommend that a manuscript should not been published, they should justify their views. Reviewers may be asked to read the revised manuscript if there are concerns that the paper has not been revised according to their recommendations. If the reviewers consider that they are unqualified in order to evaluate the manuscript or the objectivity/correctness of evaluation is threatened by any reason he should announce the editor.
Originality | It is reviewers' responsibility to notify the editor if they consider that the submitted paper is very similar to another paper they have previously read, either as reviewers or in print.
Source citations | The reviewers should include in the recommendations they provide to the authors any concerns regarding omitted citations.
Privileged information | The reviewer should not use the information gained from reviewing submitted manuscripts for its own research or personal advantage, unless obtaining the author's consent.