Acta Oeconomica Pragensia
Acta Oeconomica Pragensia
Acta Oeconomica Pragensia
Journal of Central and Eastern European Economic and Management Issues

Journal Specification

  • Title: Acta Oeconomica Pragensia
  • Sub-title: Journal of Central and Eastern European Economic and Management Issues
  • Publisher: Vysoká škola ekonomická v Praze, Fakulta managementu, (Faculty of Management, University of Economics, Prague) Jarošovská 1117/II, 377 01 Jindřichův Hradec
  • ISSN: 0572-3043
  • e-ISSN: 1804-2112
  • First year of publication as a peer-review journal: 1993 (in electronic form since 2004)
  • Language of publication: English (from 1/2018)
  • Thematic scope: Economics, Management
  • Regional scope: Central and Eastern European issues (Visegrad Group, Balkan countries, Baltic countries, Belarus, Ukraine, Russian Federation)
  • Number of issues per year: 4 (since 2017)
  • Publishing form: electronic (open access journal), printed
  • Peer review process: Double-Blind Peer Review (1 in-house reviewer, 1 external reviewer)
  • Plagiarism screening tool: iThenticate
  • Currently indexed in: ERIH PLUS, Cabell's International, EconLit, EBSCO (Business Source Complete), Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), EconBiz, ResearchBib, Google Scholar, RePEc/EconPapers.
  • Subscription: no
  • Publishing fees: no
  • Article processing charges: no
  • Language proofreading: yes (free of charge for accepted paper)
  • The content consists of original scientific articles (main section), review articles (actual economic and management issues not presented as scientific articles), book reviews, news (e.g. summary of recent conferences, professional activities)
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