About the Journal

Three Seas Economic Journal is an international scientific journal which deals with research in the field of macroeconomic and regional policy on the cooperation between European countries, studies on the development of transport and soft infrastructures, the digital and innovative models of business management, the transformation and development of regional communication models and building socio-economic cooperation between Northern, Western, Central, and Southern Europe, the formation of a sociocultural space and advancement of creative industries, art business, entertainment, and tourism in European countries.

The gold triangle of the countries surrounded by the Baltic Sea, the Black Sea, and the Mediterranean Sea is not only the cradle of civilization but also a bulwark of stable development today and sustainable development in the future. Intermarium comprises the vast myriad of R&D centers, education institutions, scientific clusters, and a high concentration of intellectual elite. Taking into account a considerable experience of interaction between EU countries and the cultivation of European values, it is assumed that this region can become a platform for creating a new form of cooperation protecting against modern-day threats and laying the groundwork for prospects for civilized development.

Three Seas Economic Journal invites manuscripts on a wide range of topics, especially in the following areas:

  • Macroeconomic policy
  • Regional and territorial management of sustainable development
  • Socioeconomic cooperation and corporate social responsibility
  • Regional communication and transport infrastructure
  • Models of innovative and digital business management
  • Sociocultural development and cultural policy and tourism
  • Creative industry and art business

The objective of Three Seas Economic Journal involves creating an open platform for intercultural communication of professional, initiative scientists and specialists engaged in research activity in different realms; supporting scientific studies of young scientists as well as the formation of the relevant interdisciplinary cluster in the gold region of three seas, the Baltic Sea, the Black Sea and the Mediterranean Sea, to address the most significant challenges of social development.

Three Seas Economic Journal strives to encompass a wide range of issues of the development and cooperation of European countries in the region of the Baltic Sea-the Black Sea-the Mediterranean Sea and take the lead of ground-breaking research. The editorial staff takes a stance of open-minded scholarly views and various disciplinary approaches. Innovative researches are particularly encouraged. All submitted manuscripts should be original, author’s, well-balanced conceptually and methodologically, clear, and logical. Non-native English speakers are highly recommended to ask for help and peer review. The journal provides support in proofreading and translating scientific manuscripts.

The journal publishes original manuscripts from around the globe devoted to studies on high-priority issues of economic, political and socio-cultural cooperation, and the development of European countries of the world economy. Particular attention is drawn to the interaction and advancement of the countries surrounded by the three seas (the Baltic Sea, the Black Sea, the Mediterranean Sea).

Benefits for authors: To maximize the coverage of the scientific community and promotion of scientific progress, authors and editors can release their research findings in print but also should follow the public access policy. The journal provides authors with many benefits such as free PDFs of articles, liberal policy on copyrights, extra discounts on publication, open peer review policy; the publishing cycle comprises editing, proofreading, and preparation of electronic files.

You also have an opportunity to publish a review on a monograph or book free of charge and find specific information relevant to your research activities. Key benefits for authors are as follows: free access for readers from all over the world, a wide readership, integration into global scientific databases, reduction of scientific isolation, and new opportunities for joint research projects.

The full articles and their abstracts are published in the following repositories and online databases: DOAJ, Index Copernicus, EBSCO, Research Papers in Economics (RePEc). The advantages of open access are supported by the organizations funding global studies (The Howard Hughes Medical Institute, The Welcome Trust, government agencies of Australia, Great Britain, Holland, Greece, India, Italy, Canada, Norway, Germany, Hungary, and France). Discover the researches written by the authors from different countries and devoted to the most relevant, debatable, and innovative topics related to the most important scientific and research fields of social development.