AIM AND SCOPE
The Informatica Economica journal issues cover various topics regarding the research, practice, and education in economic informatics field, like: digital economy, applied informatics in economy, ICT security, information and computer-based systems, education and research in economic informatics, qualitative and quantitative models applied in computer science.
Informatica Economica publishes a quarterly issue and each issue has a special topic. The main goal of the journal is to promote high level research papers in the economic informatics field. The journal welcomes interdisciplinary approaches and the publication of original scientific research papers. The journal grants higher publication priority to the papers that do match the announced topic. Other papers may be accepted and published in the same issue, or in a future issue.
Starting with the first issues of 2009, Informatica Economica journal aims to move its entire activity to a higher level. The Editorial Board seeks inclusion in the strategy for achieving Informatica Economica journal collaboration with as many as possible personalities of the world of science from the country and abroad. The quality of the journal is continuously improved through blind review of the articles and the comments of the editorial team regarding the content of the paper and the presentation form.
The high quality of the journal is recognized nationally
as B+ by the National University Research Council. The journal is also
indexed in international databases such as: Directory of Open Access
Journal, EBSCO (Business Source Complete), ICAAP, Index Copernicus, Index of
Information Systems Journals, Inspec, Open J-Gate and Urlich's Periodicals
Further increases in quality are intended through a tougher selection of the published papers, applying for indexing at more databases and complying with an international formatting standard.
One of the unique features distinguishing this journal is that Informatica Economica journal is the main publication on economic informatics from his region.
The Informatica Economica journal is the subject of exchanges with the libraries of universities and research institutes from the followings countries: Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Denmark, Spain, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Norway, Poland, Russia, Slovenia, Slovakia, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine, and United States.