Review of Applied Socio-Economic Research
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                                                                                             ISSN: 2247-6172;  ISSN-L: 2247-6172 


The Review of Applied Socio-Economic Research aims at publishing a selection of manuscripts and disseminating results of original research, theoretical and empirical issues, book reviews, or any relevant communication in as wide a range of perspectives as possible. The online review receives manuscripts from all over the world in the attempt of serving as a forum of discussion between experts in various sciences and enabling a dynamic and fruitful exchange of opinions. Young researchers are encouraged to express their views in the journal.

Coverage:  The areas covered include, but are not limited to: advancing economics and business research, marketing and innovation management dynamics, new economy models and social innovation, interdisciplinary research in social sciences, global challenges and the future of social sciences.

Types of essays: topical manuscripts, essays, research articles, book reviews.


Frequency:   Biannual


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    REASER was annotated in Journal of Economic Literature (JEL) volume 49, issue 4, December 2011 - see 'New Journals' from
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    REASER articles are listed in RefSeek- Academic Search Engine and in Google Scholar Search Engine 

 Review policy:

All essays are submitted to peer review by two anonymous referees and subsequently screened by the managing editor. Essays published or under consideration elsewhere shall not be accepted.

 Publication ethics and publication malpractice statement:

The Review of Applied Socio-Economic Research (REASER) is a peer-reviewed scientific journal which fully supports the principles of transparency and best practices in scholarly publishing of the Committee on Publication Ethics and follows the provisions of the Code of Conduct for Journal Editors and Publishers. The journal clearly provides information on its scope and goals, the full names and affiliations of the editors in conspicuous places and has its own copyright form to be filled by the authors on submission of the article.

While assuring the confidentiality of information pertaining to the manuscripts, REASER is committed to fostering high standards of quality of the authors’ works and has the following expectations from the authors:

  • Original articles, not submitted elsewhere
  • Authorship of the article
  • Acknowledgement of sources used in the article
  • Responsibility of the content of the article and any potential errors
  • Observing the special template of the review and submitting a grammatical error-free article
  • Disclosure of potential conflict of interest

In case of double submission or plagiarism, proved due to the use of anti-plagiarism checker software, the article will be immediately retracted.

The reviewers are expected to keep the confidentiality of the articles under revision, to maintain the standards of objectivity and make a decision within the indicated term.

The editorial board takes responsibility for objective and blind peer-reviewing and makes publication decisions for submitted manuscripts regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, religion or political values of author(s). Any deviation from the above-stated rules will be submitted to the attention of the Editor-in-chief and the founding members for immediate resolution.


The views expressed in this review are primarily those of the respective authors. The editorial board of this review accepts no responsibility for any use made of the information contained in the published materials and shall not be liable for any indirect prejudice  caused from the use of the information contained in any of the articles.

How to reference REASER Articles:

Author surname, initials. (Year) Title of article. Journal name. Volume number (Issue), first and last page numbers.

Here is an example reference: 

Dokukina, A. (2012) Management issues of smart growing business: knowledge-oriented employees as a critical competitive factor. Review of Applied Socio-Economic Research. 4 (2), 65 - 78.

Editor's notes: 

The current changes and challenges experienced by the contemporary world have been an inspiration for us in elaborating this new forum of discussions on the real world issues affecting or having a meaningful impact on the society and on our lives. This is an attempt of boldly and unrestrictedly contributing to new economic or social policies, doing things differently, thereby providing quality and value. Scholars, researchers, young researchers worldwide are encouraged to join efforts in finding solutions for the common issues raised by the recent social and economic turmoil. It aims to be a dialogue between the scientific community and the citizens, as a testimony of their concern to place the results of their work in the service of the society. A new orientation in research policy is imperative to respond to the new needs of the society to guarantee environmental sustainability and economic growth in the knowledge society, where the (European) identity issue is a constant issue on the agenda. It is our intention to make this publication an area of free circulation of ideas and knowledge, of sharing experience and finding effective solutions for real-life problems, to understand their causes and foresee the consequences. While the society needs and calls for research, research needs to be accountable to society. 

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