Central European Economic Journal (CEEJ) is a peer-reviewed, open access journal. All articles undergo a double-blind peer review process. CEEJ does not charge for the publishing process nor for the approval of the text for publication.
Central European Economic Journal publishes papers that are devoted to general economics including: macroeconomics, open macroeconomics, microeconomics, quantitative methods and econometrics, finance and methodology of economics. The aim of CEEJ is to publish high-quality papers that are related to important issues of economic theory and practice.
- The papers should not have more than 40 A4 pages typed with the Times New Roman font, 12 points with double space (up to 30 lines per page), and their electronic versions (including tables and figures) should not exceed 5MB.
- The abstract should contain 400 to 1500 characters (including spaces) and inform about the paper’s subject and its method. It does not have to refer to the literature, unless the author wishes to emphasize the contribution to a commonly acknowledged work or a model.
- The papers should be submitted in English (British spelling preferred).
- Footnotes should be avoided according to the principle: if something is worth mentioning, let it be mentioned in the main text; otherwise it may not be worth to be mentioned at all. If the author decides to include a note, a standard option available in the editing software applied should be used.
- Formulae, tables and figures should be numbered continuously (each category has a separate numbering). Approximate captions for tables and figures should be indicated. Tables and figures (each on a separate page) should be attached at the end of the paper (after references) or as separate files.
- Figures should be prepared as JPG objects with resolution of at least 300 dpi.
- References to the literature should be included in the main text in compliance with APA 6th Examples:
a. One author, entire work: (Jones, 2001)
b. One author, specific page: (Jones, 2001, p. 45)
c. Two authors: (Jones & Smith, 2001, p. 45–51)
d. Three authors, first citation: (Jones, Smith & Wolff, 2001, p. 123–27)
e. Three authors, subsequent citations: (Jones et al., 2001, p. 123–27)
f. Four and more authors, all citations: (Jones et al., 2001, p. 34–78)
g. Institutional author: (WHO 2006, p. 96–99)
- List of references should be compiled alphabetically (and chronologically, starting with the earliest publication of a given author). References should be prepared in compliance with APA 6th Examples:
a. Academic journals, one author:
Jones, G. (2001). The Economy of Public Sector. Journal of Economy, 45(1), 123-134. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jce.2003.09.006
b. Academic journals, two authors:
Jones, G., & Smith, M. (2001). The Economy of Public Sector. Journal of Economy, 45(1), 123-134. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jce.2003.09.006
c. Academic journals, three and more authors:
Jones, G., Smith, M., & Wolff, S. (2001). The Economy of Public Sector. Journal of Economy, 45(1), 123-134. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jce.2003.09.006
d. Book, one author:
Jones, G. (2001). The Economy of Public Sector. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
e. Book, two authors:
Jones, G., & Smith, M. (2001). The Economy of Public Sector. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
f. Edited book:
Jones, G., & Smith, M. (Eds.). (2001). The Economy of Public Sector. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
For a single editor, use “(Ed.)”
g. Book chapter:
Wolff, S., & Baker, F. M. (2001). A Public role for the public sector. In G. Jones (Ed.), The Economy of Public Sector (pp. 517-542). Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Other examples can be found on-line: https://apastyle.apa.org/learn/tutorials/basics-tutorial
- Articles for the publication should be submitted via the manuscript submission system, available at: http://www.editorialmanager.com/ceej/. New users should register first, then log in.
- If your manuscript has more than one author, the submission must be made by only one person corresponding author, providing information on all authors in the submission system.
- To submit your paper, please be ready to provide in the submission system with the following files required:
- Your manuscript WITHOUT authors’ data (in MS Word or TeX),
- Open Access License, which you may download from here; once you download the license, you need to fill it in with your data, print, sign and scan,
- The title page of your manuscript including: title of the manuscript, all authors’ names, affiliations, authors’ ORCIDs, keywords, JEL codes, abstract, acknowledgments.
- You may add a separate file including tables and/or figures. However, you need to specify precisely where they should be located in your manuscript.