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Invitation to submit articles for the upcoming Vol.4 No.2 – Fall 2017 issue

Extended Submissions Deadline:  October 27, 2017

 

The Journal of Eastern European and Central Asian Research (JEECAR) is a multi-disciplinary, scholarly, high-quality, peer-reviewed journal, with topics concerning:

  1. Economics
  2. Finance
  3. Management
  4. Marketing
  5. International Affairs

 

The main focus is in the Eastern European and Central Asian business and national political economies. The Journal is registered by the Library of Congress, listed in the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), indexed by EBSCO, Ulrich, Google Scholar, OAI WorldCat Digital Collection, each article has assigned an individual CrossReff DOI address, included in the EconBib index, and evaluated for an Impact Factor by CiteFactor.org. Currently, JEECAR is under the review for SCOPUS accreditation.

The Editorial Board consists of distinguished experts among academics and practitioners who specialize in business topics within the Eastern European and Central Asian regions. The latest journal issue with articles can be obtained online at http://ieeca.org/journal/index.php/JEECAR/issue/archive.

The primary focus of the Journal is to provide an intellectual forum in theory, as well as practice, and to explore issues relevant to newly emerging nations. Submissions may include theoretical issues, new business model ideas, methodological issues, empirical studies, or case studies in the field of enterprise management or new developments of multinational corporations in the specific global economies.

To support an academic research related to the Eurasian region, we are announcing the following stipend for the best papers published in the featured issue:

Best article award:  $250.00

Complete information about the submission guidelines is available at the JEECAR website: http://ieeca.org/how-to-submit-article

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JEECAR journal is published by the Institute of Eastern Europe and Central Asia with the support and cooperation of Webster University in St. Louis, MO