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 Warsaw Forum of Economic Sociology

 


 

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 ethical standards set by Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE)

 
Out of concern for the highest quality of published scientific articles, the Editorial Board and the Advisory Board of the Warsaw Forum of Economic Sociology at all stages of work with scientific texts take care of intellectual property rights, reliability of the scientific research presented in the journal and adhere to ethical standards set by Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).


WARSAW FORUM OF ECONOMIC SOCIOLOGY. ETHIC STANDARTS. PDF

 

 Paper submission procedure

 
​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 wfes@sgh.waw.pl 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.

 

 The open access mode

 
​"Warsaw Forum of Economic Sociology" journal is issued in the Open Access mode, which is one of the key elements of open science. This allows free use of the published content, thus supporting the development of science.
 

 Databases

 
 

 reviewing procedure for papers submitted

 
All papers submitted to Warsaw Forum of Economic Sociology (WFES), which meet conditions set in the „Instructions for Authors” are subject to double-blind review (identities of the author and the reviewers are not revealed to the other party) by two reviewers acting independently. The reviewing criteria, according to which any paper is evaluated are available at the journal website (in English and Polish version). 

           
Reviewers assess paper using the reviewer form provided by WFES, in each case the review ends with recommendation:

A. Acceptance – the paper can be published as it is, no changes/corrections needed;

B. Conditional acceptance – the paper may be considered for publication after the author replies to the reviewer (addressing specifically their comments, in particular, recommended changes/corrections), and the reviewer, subsequently, assesses the reply as satisfactory;   

C. Rejection – the paper should not be published

The review is subsequently sent to authors with no personal data of reviewers included, and accompanied by the recommendation, that is:

A.    Acceptance

B.     Conditional acceptance

C.     Rejectio

By the end of each year, the list of reviewers will be published on the WFES website.


 

 privacy policy

 
The Warsaw School of Economics respects the right to privacy and the protection of personal data of authors. The data of the authors are not used for commercial and marketing purposes.

All published in The Warsaw Forum of Economic Sociology articles are reviewed. Our magazine meets all the requirements of scientific journals.
 

 INSTRUCTIONS FOR AUTHORS

 
Warsaw Forum of Economic Sociology (WFES) is a refereed journal published in print as well as online that aims to be a discussion forum for scholars interested in theoretical and empirical issues in socio-economic studies, with a particular emphasis on questions related to Central and Eastern Europe (CEE). WFES seeks articles that focus on theoretical and empirical aspects of socio-economic transformations and current socio-economic reality.

WFES is published at the Warsaw School of Economics but is international as far as authors and readers are concerned. Papers are welcomed from all parts of the world, although contributions focused on subjects relating to the CEE region are of primary interest.

WFES_Instructions_for_authors_ENG.pdfPDF 1. INSTRUCTION FOR AUTHORS.ENG

 
 
 

 Contact

 

Adress:

Unit of Economic Sociology

Institute of Philosophy, Sociology and Economic Sociology

Collegium of Socio-Economics

Warsaw School of Economics

Wiśniowa 41, room 42

02-520 Warsaw

e-mail: wfes@sgh.waw.pl

ISSN 2081-9633

Editorial Assistant: Małgorzata Madej

 

 Editorial Board

 

- Chief Editor

Unit of Economic Sociology
Institute of Philosophy, Sociology and Economic Sociology, Collegium of Socio-Economics, Warsaw School of Economics, e-mail: jgarda@sgh.waw.pl

- Assistant Chief Editor

Unit of Economic Sociology,
Institute of Philosophy, Sociology and Economic Sociology, Collegium Socio-EconomicsWarsaw School of Economics, e-mail: jczarz@sgh.waw.pl

MA Czesława Kliszko - technical service

Department of Political Studies,
Collegium of Socio-Economics,
Warsaw School of Economics, e-mail: cklisz@sgh.waw.pl

PhD Anna Kozłowska - digital support

Unit of Sociology, Institute of Philosophy, Sociology and Economic Sociology, Collegium of Socio-Economics, Warsaw School of Economics, e-mail: akozlo2@sgh.waw.pl


Professor David Ost


(Professor of Political Science)

Dept. of Political Science, Hobart and William Smith Colleges, NY, e-mail: ost@hws.edu


Professor Guglielmo Meardi


(Professor of Industrial Relations), Industrial Relations Research Unit, Organization & HRM, Warwick Business School, University of Warwick. Coventry, e-mail: Guglielmo.Meardi@wbs.ac.uk



Unit of Economic Sociology Institute of Social Economy
Collegium of Socio-Economics Warsaw School of Economics
e-mail: horacy.debowski@sgh.waw.pl

Dr hab. Krzysztof Kozłowski

(Professor of Warsaw School of Economics), Department of Political Studies, Collegium of Socio-Economics Warsaw School of Economics, e-mail: krzysztof.kozlowski@sgh.waw.pl
 

 Advisory Board

 

PhD Sabina Avdagic (Senior Lecturer in Politics)

Sussex European Institute, University of Sussex, United Kingdom, e-mail: s.avdagic@sussex.ac.uk

Professor Dr. Katharina Bluhm

University of Osnabrück, Berlin, e-mail: katharina.bluhm@fu-berlin.de


Professor Jarosław Górniak
Institute of Sociology, Jagiellonian University, Crakow, e-mail: jaroslaw.gorniak@uj.edu.pl


Professor Bela Greskovits (Professor of Central European University), Department of International Relations/Department of Political Science,Central European University, Budapest, Hungary, e-mail: greskovi@ceu.edu

Professor Urszula Grzelońska
Institute of Economic Sciences, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, e-mail: ugrzelonska@inepan.waw.pl

Professor Jerzy Hausner
Department of Public, Administration Faculty of Economy and Public Administration, Cracow University of Economics, Crakov, e-mail: hausnerj@uek.krakow.pl

Professor Krzysztof Jasiecki
European Center, University of Warsaw, Warsaw, e-mail: k.jasiecki@uw.edu.pl

Professor Wiesława Kozek
Department of Sociology of Labor and Organization, Institute of Sociology, Faculty of Philosophy and Sociology, University of Warsaw, Warsaw, e-mail: w.kozek@is.uw.edu.pl

Professor Jolanta Kulpińska
Department of Management,
Social Academy of Sciences, Łódź, e-mail: jkulpinska@spoleczna.pl

Professor Witold Morawski
Department of Social Sciences,
Kozminski University, Warsaw, e-mail: morawit@kozminski.edu.pl

Dr hab. Maria Nawojczyk (Professor of University of Science and Technology).       Faculty of Humanities, Department of Sociology of Economy and Social Communication, University of Science and Technology, Crakow, e-mail: maria@list.pl

Professor Wojciech Pacho
Department of Applied Economics
Collegium of Management and Finance, Warsaw School of Economics, Warsaw, e-mail: wojciech.pacho@sgh.waw.pl

Dr hab. Bazyli Samojlik (Professor of the Kozminski University), Department of Finance, Kozminski University, Warsaw, e-mail: samojlik@kozminski.edu.pl

Professor Andrzej Sławiński
Department of Quantitative Economics, Collegium of Economic Analysis, Warsaw School of Economics, Warsaw, e-mail: andrzej.slawiński@sgh.waw.pl

Dr hab. Mieczysław Socha (Professor at the University of Warsaw), Department of Macroeconomics and Theory of Foreign Trade, Faculty of Economic Sciences, Warsaw, e-mail: mwsocha@uw.edu.pl

Dr hab. Zbigniew Staniek (Professor of Wyższa Szkoła Menedżerska w Warszawie)
Department of Economics and Finance, Social and Economic Institute, Wyższa Szkoła Menedżerska w Warszawie, Warsaw,e-mail: nd.


Professor Kazimierz Starzyk
Faculty of Finance and Banking,
Poznan School of Banking, Poznan, e-mail: nd.

Dr hab. Urszula Sztandar-Sztanderska (Professor at the University of Warsaw), Department of Macroeconomics and Theory of Foreign Trade
Labor Market Research, Center
Faculty of Economic Sciences,
University of Warsaw Warsaw,
e-mail: sztanderska@wne.uw.edu.pl

PhD Rafał Towalski
Unit of Economic Sociology
Institute of Philosophy, Sociology and Economic Sociology
Collegium of Socio-Economics
Warsaw School of Economics,
Warsaw, e-mail: rafal.towalski@sgh.waw.pl

Professor Vera Trappmann

Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg, Fakultät für Humanwissenschaften,
Bereich für Soziologie (SOZ), Magdeburg, e-mail: vera.trappmann@ovgu.de


Associate Professor Victor Zhukov

Faculty of Sociology, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kiev, Kyiv, e-mail: viz57@ukr.net

 

 List of reviewers collaborating with the journal

 
1. Paweł Czarnecki   
2. Urszula Grzelońska
3. Jane Hardy
4. Romuald Jagodziński
5. Julia Kubisa
6. Małgorzata Maciejewska
7. Guglielmo Meardi,
8. Wojciech Morawski;
9. Adam Mrozowicki
10. Piotr Ostrowski
11. David Ost
12. Dominik Owczarek
13. Valeria Pulignano
14. Katarzyna Skorupińska
15. Kazimierz Starzyk
16. Krystian Szadkowski
17. Geert Van Hootegem