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Informatica Economică publishes a quarterly issue. Each issue has a special topic.

Each paper shall have no less than 10 pages and no more than 18 pages (using the format below). Shorter papers are allowed only in the following situations: corrigendum papers, announcements for scientific events (congresses, seminars etc.), book reviews.

Papers should be sent as email attachments to Each paper must be accompanied by a signed and dated statement of the author(s), stating that the paper is an original work and neither the paper nor significant parts of it have been published or are under reviewing process for publication in another journal. The statement must be sent in original form or scanned in color and attached to the email. The statement also grants all copyrights for the paper to Informatica Economică.  

Paper submission and publication are free of charge.

Paper format requirements
The paper shall include an introduction on the current research in the papers field, original solutions, experimental results analysis, conclusions and references.

The paper should be edited as Microsoft Word document (.docx) with the following settings (a sample paper template can be downloaded here):

Content details

The Word template can be downloaded here.

Reviewing process

All papers will be subjected to peer review and are expected to meet standards of academic excellence. The journal uses a double blind peer review. Author(s) will be notified about the outcome via email, using the declared address.

The authors agree that each paper sent for publication will be analyzed with a dedicated plagiarism checker software.

The editorial board reserves its right to answer only to the messages that include the minimum identification information of sender.

An author may not publish more than two papers per year in the Informatica Economica. The bibliography and references must comply with the above requirements. These are the eligibility criteria for the assessment process.

Ethics and Malpractice

All the research papers should conform to internationally accepted ethical guidelines. Both published and unpublished papers are considered for misconduct. The same research should not be published in more than one journal.

Licensing policy

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.


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