Remark: This journal does not charge APCs or submission charges.
Annals – Series on Economy, Law and Sociology is part of the Annals of the Academy of Romanian Scientists – ARS, in which several series are published. Although the Academy is almost one century old, due to the historical conditions after WW2 in Eastern Europe, it is just starting with 2006 that the Annals are published. The Founding Editor-in-Chief of the Annals ARS is the Honorary President of ARS, Prof. Dr. V. Candea. The Series Editor is Prof. PhD. Ion Cucui.
Annals – Series on Economy, Law and Sociology invites publication of contributed papers, short notes, survey articles and reviews, with a novel and correct content.
Papers presenting theoretical and/or experimental contribution concerning up-to-date research are strongly encouraged. Short presentations of scientific events are published with priority in order to further disseminate scientific events. Book reviews are also accepted. All received articles will be submitted to a double blind peer review process. By submitting a contribution, the authors confirm that the article is not published or sent for publication elsewhere and the copyright remains the property of the authors.
Two issues are published every year, starting with 2009, both in electronic, on-line ISSN 2068-200x Open Access, and print form – ISSN 2067-1199.
Special issues devoted to International Conferences or other important scientific events will be also considered.
Annals – Series on Economy, Law and Sociology has an Open Access policy: all content is freely available without charge to the user or his/her institution. Users are allowed to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of the articles in this journal without asking prior permission from the publisher or the author. No submission or processing fees are required.
We have a strict antiplagiarism policy and we use these software programs to check the scientific papers:
Targeted topics include:
- Economic strategies and policies
- Economic and financial crisis