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

                                                     Editor – in – Chief:    
                                                                               Cristina Barna                     

Associate Professor Ph.D. in Economics, with over 20 years of academic & research experience. Scientific publications: author and co-author of over 20 books and academic courses, over 50 articles in economic reviews, over 20 studies published in volumes of international symposia, scientific research studies, and reports. Involved as an education and research expert in various European projects: PHARE, Leonardo da Vinci, Youth in Action, COST Actions - European Science Foundation, projects financed by European Structural Funds, Erasmus+. She was a member of the GECES, European Commission Group of Experts on Social Entrepreneurship (2012-2014) as academic & think-thank. Since 2013 she is a member of CIRIEC International, Commission Social and Cooperative Economy.

                                                      Deputy Editor -in -Chief:    
                                                                                         Manuela Epure
Professor PhD in Marketing Research, with 29 years of academic career, becoming in 2007 a full member of Chartered Institute of Marketing, UK, and a full member of Academy of Marketing, UK. Elected in 2009 as Vice-president of the Alliance of Central-Eastern European Universities. Author and co-author of 11 textbooks, 6 distance learning course materials and more than 32 articles in Romanian and foreign reviews, getting involved in two EU COST research networks, being rewarded in 2004 with the second prize for special merits in education by the Romanian President. From 2016-2020 served as member of Open Science Policy Platform providing policy recommendation to  EU Commissioner for Research.  Since 2013, she  works as assessor of research organisations efforts to implement the Charter & Code for Researcher and their HR Strategy for Researchers, on  volunteering basis for RTD Unit, EU Commission.                          

Associate Editors:

                                                                                 1. Dababrata Chowdhurry

Dababrata Chowdhury (Daba) is Senior lecturer in Entrepreneurship & Knowledge Management and Director of Middle East Research Centre (MERC) at University Campus Suffolk (UCS). He graduated from the Department of Computer Science & Engineering at Hacettepe University in Turkey and completed his Masters of Business Administration (MBA) and PhD at Plymouth University in UK. His research interests cover small and medium-sized business development and growth in new product develops; adoption of new technologies; and Female entrepreneurial theory for start-up business and cluster development. He is a member of the British Academy of Management (BAM) and Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (ISBE). In addition, he is a visiting professor and PhD assessor for Karachi University in Pakistan, Canakkale OnsekizMart University in Turkey and Kazakh–British Technical University in Kazakhstan. Dr Chowdhury is a Chief Editor of the Journal of Contemporary Development and Management Studies; editorial board member of the Journal of Global Strategic Management (JGSM); and an Editorial Journal Board member for the newly established Review of Enterprise and Management Studies (REAMS) at UCS.

                                                                                  2. Paddy Gray 
Paddy Gray is Professor Emeritus at the University of Ulster. He is an established academic and is a leading authority on housing in the UK and Ireland. He has wide experience of academic and applied research and has over 200 publications on housing and related issues. In 2010 he was appointed the first ever Irish President of the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH). He contributes to Conferences and Seminars on housing internationally, nationally and locally on a range of housing issues including South Africa, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Russia, China and Nigeria as well as conferences across mainland Europe, the UK and Ireland. He has recently been appointed as External Examiner for Masters Programme in Housing at the University of Hong Kong and programme at the University of Glyndwr in Wales. He is also Chief Examiner for the CIH UK and Hong Kong and for the National Federation of Property Professionals UK (NFoPP).
                                                                                                   3.  Suzanne Suggs

Full Professor  of Social Marketing at the Institute for Public Communication (ICP), Faculty of Communication Sciences at Università della Svizzeraitaliana (USI) in Lugano, Switzerland. Her research examines the use of communication technologies, ICTs/new media, and messaging strategies (tailoring and targeting) to improve health status, health outcomes, and facilitate health behavior change. While she works with a variety of health behavior topics, the majority of her current work focuses on physical activity and dietary behaviors using and testing the Theory of Planned Behavior. She serves on the Editorial Board for the Journal of Health Communication, the Communication Committee for the International Social Marketing Association, and she is a co-founder of the European Social Change and Social Marketing Association. She reviews for several leading health communication, health promotion, and health behavior journals, and is on the Editorial Review Board for the Journal of Health Communication.

                                                                                          International Advisory Board:
1.  Costas Assimakopoulos , AssociateProfessor, Department of Organisation Administration, Marketing and Tourism, International Hellenic University, Greece
2.  Veronica Chirea, PhD, Eurydice National Unit Coordinator, National Agency for Community Programmes in the Field of Education and Vocational Training, Romania
3. Galantina Doraci (Canco), Professor PhD, Agricultural University of Tirana, Albania
4. Hafiz T.A. Khan, Professor  PhD, The Graduate School, University of West London, UK and Associate Research Fellow at Oxford Institute of Population Ageing, University of Oxford
5. Diana Kopeva, Associated Professor PhD, University of National and World Economy, Sofia, Bulgaria
6.  Cinzia di Palo, Assist. Prof. PhD, University of Cassino and Southern Lazio, Italy
7. Adina Rebeleanu, Associate Professor PhD, Babes-Bolyai University Cluj-Napoca, Romania
8. Carlos del Valle Rojas, Professor PhD,  Universidad de la Frontera, Chile, director of Revista Perspectivas de la Communicacion.
 9. Raikhan Sutbayeva, Lecturer, Department of Economics, Yessenov University, Kazakhstan
10. Tiago Trancoso, Senior Lecturer PhD, Viana do Castelo, Polytechnics Institute, Portugal
11.   Mihaela Vartolomei, Post Doc SPODE - Romanian Academy, Lecturer PhD Ec. Math., Polytechnics University of Timisoara, Romania
12.   Darina Zaimova, Research fellow European Research Institute on Cooperatives and Social Enterprises, Trento, Italy; Assist. Prof. PhD, Trakia University, Bulgaria 
                                                                                                Editorial Assistants:
 1.       Irina Canco, PhD stud., University of Pecs, Faculty of Business and Economics, Hungary and Expert in Central Harmonization Unit for Financial Management and Control, Ministry of Finance, Albania
 2.       Miglè Eleonora Č, Mykolas Romeris University, Lithuania
 3.      Ashraf Imam,  PhD., guest lecturer at Centre for Distance Education, Aligarh Muslim University, India
 4.       Florina Sălăgean (Demian) ,  PhD. stud. Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca,  Romania
5.      Lorena-Clara Mihăeș, PhD,teaching assistant, Department of Modern Languages, University of Bucharest, Romania

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