The journal is focused on current issues of economic theory, economic development, social, legal, political, environmental and cultural aspects of economics, finance and management. Paper submission deadlines are as follows: 31 March, 30 June, 30 September and 31 December in the respective year.
After submission, manuscripts are double-blind peer reviewed. Authors are responsible for the content, originality and scientific accuracy of their contributions, as well as compliance with the journal’s instructions for authors and clear and concise language. Reviewers’ affiliation is to be different than the author’s institutional affiliation. Reviewers will consider the research contribution significance, adequacy of methods, paper’s layout and author’s writing style. Reviewers can make the following decisions regarding submissions: a) to accept the paper in its current format, b) accept the paper with minor changes, c) resubmit with major changes, d) decline the submission. The journal’s editorial board reserves the right to decide whether to accept papers and send them for full review or reject them. Author(s) will be informed in writing or by phone about the acceptance or rejection of their manuscripts. In case of rejection, the editorial office is authorised to keep a hard copy of the manuscript.
Submission of a manuscript implies that it reports unpublished work which has not been published and/or is not under consideration for publication elsewhere.
Manuscripts should not exceed 22 standard A4 pages in length.
Manuscripts are to be submitted in English, Slovak or Czech language. Send two printout versions and an identical electronic manuscript in doc or docx format (firstname.lastname@example.org). One of the printout copies is to be signed by the author to declare that s/he gives consent to have his/her manuscript published free of charge in print and electronic version (pdf format) by the Social and Economic Revue journal. By signing, authors are confirming that their manuscript is not copyrighted by others and was written solely by them.
- Title of the paper – centred, capital letters (12-point font size, Times New Roman Bold);
- Author’s name – centred, do not include professional, official or academic degrees (12-point font size, Times New Roman (TNR) Italics);
- Abstract (8 – 10 lines) – written in Slovak (Czech) and English language (10,5-point font size, TNR Italics);
- Key words (at least 5 words) – written in Slovak (Czech) and English language (10,5-point font size, TNR Italics);
Body of main text: Introduction (establish the existing state of knowledge of your research topic, identify the specific focus of your work, include relevant citations from primary literature, justify how this topic requires additional study, state specific objectives/hypotheses, methods, describe the meaning of your research); Body of main text should be divided into chapters and subchapters. Chapter titles are to be numbered, 11-point font size bold, align left; Conclusion; Notes.
- aligned to block,
- 11-point font size, Times New Roman,
- single spaced,
- indent each new paragraph 3 pt,
- do not paginate.
Tables and graphs are to be in black and white colour, numbered in order of their being referenced in the text. Table titles (Table 1), graph titles (Graph 1) and/or figure titles (Fig.1) should be written in 10,5-point font size, Times New Roman Bold Italics. Indicate source in 8-point font size, Times New Roman. Formulae are to be numbered using a parenthesis.
Summary in English is to be on a separate page of the manuscript for papers written in Slovak and Czech and in Slovak language for papers written in English (2600 – 3000 characters, including spaces): Title of the paper – all caps, 11-point font size, Times New Roman Bold centred; author’s name(s), do not include academic degree – 10,5-point font size, Times New Roman Italics); body of main text – 11-point font size, Times New Roman, aligned to block, single spaced; JEL Classification (http://www.aeaweb.org/journal/jel_class_system.html).
References should appear in the reference list at the end of the paper. List references in alphabetical order by surname and name of the author in line with the applicable Slovak style of reference/citation. References within the text (name, date and page number) may be given in parenthesis (Drucker, 2005, p. 87). Do not use footnotes.
Author’s address/authors’ addresses: full name and surname, incl. academic degrees, institutional affiliation, address, telephone number and e-mail address.
Include a short professional CV (6 – 8 lines) with your full name, academic degrees, mailing address, telephone number and e-mail address.