1. „Warsaw Forum of Economic Sociology” journal is published on semi-annual basis.
2. The thematic scope of the journal is decided upon six months in advance and is focused on socio-economic issues.
3. All papers to be published must be written in English and be accompanied by abstract and keywords.
4. The reference version of the
journal is the paper copy, on the journal website, there isan online
version of each edition posted accessible in the Open Access mode.
5. Papers should be sent by e-mail to email@example.com with an abstract and e-mail address of the author.
6. The journal is refereed in the: BazEkon, Index Copernicus.
7. In case of discovering any incident
of „ghostwriting” and/or „guest authorship”, relevantinformation will
be posted on the journal website.
8. Each author is required to provide
written statement regarding ethical and copyrightmatters concerning the
paper to be published, the form will be sent to each author and
isexpected to be returned (either as a paper copy or scanned document)
prior to publication.
9. Any case of unethical conduct on part of authors discovered by the editors in course of paper submission process will be recorded, and relevant third parties, including the institutions and organisations
employing the authors, and academic and professional associations of
which the authors hold membership etc. will be notified.
10. Editorial requirements are available at the journal website (Instruction for Authors
11. The journal editors reserve the right to refuse publication of a paper with no reasonsrevealed to the author.
12. Authors do not receive any financial gratification for their work published in WFES.
13. Non-commercial use of the articles available at the journal website is allowed.
14. Author grants publisher a license
to use the article in the fields of exploitation mutually agreed by and
between the parties.
15. The papers are published in the
Open Access mode, with specific data identifying the author and the
source (author’s name, title of the paper, year, volume and edition of
the journal) provided.
16. The papers published in the Open Access mode (see: item 16 above) can be used by third parties e.g. libraries, academic institutions for non-commercial reasons.