© Centre for European Studies - Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iași | 2010 | e-ISSN: 2068-6633
EJES is a project of the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence within the Centre for European Studies (CES), Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi,
EJES is a biannual (June and December), double-blind peer-reviewed academic journal. The issues of the journal will include multi and
interdisciplinary papers. Occasionally, individual issues may focus on a particular theme.
AIMS AND SCOPE
The Eastern Journal of European Studies (EJES) seeks to provide a forum for multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary dialogue between ideas, and
a framework for theoretical and empirical analyses covering major topics in European studies: European history, politics, European economy and
European policies, EU community law, European culture and society.
EJES encourages studies focusing on Central and Eastern Europe (including Eastern Neighbourhood) in order to better understand its
transformations induced by the integration process and to address its specific challenges by supporting scientific debates on the general
European theory and practice. Furthermore, the editorial board regularly invites distinguished guest editors to coordinate thematic issues.
CALL FOR PAPERS
The papers can be sent for evaluation any time. For the first issue (June), the papers sent before 30
December will be taken into consideration,
while for the second issue (December), the papers sent until 1
of June will be considered.
Submitted papers must be sent to EJES by e-mail, in attachment (compatible with Microsoft Office, see Author guidelines).
EJES does not require any publication fee.
E-mail adress: firstname.lastname@example.org
OPEN ACCESS POLICY
The Centre for European Studies within Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iași is committed to promote the dissemination of its research outputs. In
order to support dissemination, CES provides an open on-line access to all the issues published by EJES as defined by the Creative Commons
Attribution (CC BY 4.0)
EJES publishes original papers which are not describing essentially the same research as in other manuscripts and which have not previously been
published, or submitted for reviewing to other journals. The CES shall not be held legally responsible and shall not pay royalties in case of demands
for financial compensations from third parties. The ideas in the papers represent the views of the authors only, not the views of the CES, of Editors,
or of the International Advisory Board members.
Copyright of the articles published in EJES belongs to the author(s). The authors grant EJES the right to publish the article and be recognised as the
original publisher. All articles are available under the Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0 which formalises the relation between authors,
publisher and third parties.
Eastern Journal of European Studies | EJES
Edited by: Centre for European Studies, Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi, Romania
Published by: Alexandru Ioan Cuza University Press
Founded in 2010
ISSN: 2068-651X (print) | 2068-6633 (on-line)
Open Access | Language of fulltext: English | Full-text formats available: PDF
EJES is concerned about assuring a high quality research standard and an ethical behaviour for all the parties involved in publication process
(editors, authors and reviewers). Therefore, EJES adopted the following Ethic code (read more)
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All research articles proposed for publishing in EJES need to undergo a rigorous review. EJES is a double-blind peer-reviewed academic journal.
The peer review process respects the originality and personal opinions of the authors, but reserves the editor's right to demand changes, based
on reviewers' comments in order to preserve high scientific quality and our readers' interest.
The review process consists in three stages:
1. An initial ‘in-house’ editorial screening during which the originality of the paper is assessed as well as the topics suitability and an anti-
plagiarism scan using our specialised software.
2. If the manuscript passes the initial screening, it is being sent for external evaluation. Double-blind review means that both the reviewer and
author identities are concealed from each other. If the reviewer recommends against publication, the paper will be rejected. In case the reviewer
accepts the manuscript, this will be sent back to author/s for further revision and/or clarifications, if necessary. This stage takes normally up to 6
months, depending on the reviewers’ availability.
3. Should the revisions be accepted by the reviewer, the manuscript is undergoing a final English proofreading process.