The European Journal of Economics, Law and Politics (ELP)
The European Journal of Economics, Law and Politics (ELP) is a quarterly published journal in economics, legal, and political sciences. The European Scientific Institute (ESI) has launched the journal in order to enhance knowledge transfer and sharing of best practices among ESI fellows from different geographical origins, academic titles, and disciplines.
Since the inception of ELP in 2014, on European soil, numerous researchers from Europe and around the globe have chosen to publish their manuscripts with the journal. All of ELP articles are peer-reviewed and freely available to the public. Authors are also able to track and measure the visibility of their articles by accessing the number of downloads.
Timely publications of the ELP are uploaded on our website. Printed copies of the journal are mailed to the authors whose papers are included in each respective edition.
University of Almeria
Carretera de Sacramento s/n La Cañada, 04120
International Relation Office
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International Legal Studies Center
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Ponta Delgada Azores, Portugal
Our mission is to provide greater and faster flow of the newest scientific thought in economics, legal and political sciences. ELP’s role is to serve as a kind of bridge between researchers in Europe and around the world.
from authors from over 30 countries from Europe and around the globe
updated January 2020
Who can publish in ЕLP?
ЕLP is opened to any researchers regardless of their race, nationality, religion, or sex, as long as they have appropriate scientific text which has been approved by our editors. ЕLP encourages women to send their texts as well.
Does the ЕLP concentrate on a specific scientific field of study?
We welcome submissions focusing on theories, methods and applications in economics, legal and political sciences.
ELP publishes online or in printed?
Both, each online edition of the ELP is published in paper, too.
Do the authors receive a hard copy after the online publication?
Yes. The ELP will send free hard copies (one copy per author, but not more than two copies per paper) of the ELP edition where they are published. Authors can also get additional copies of the printed journal by paying 20 EUR/26 USD for each additional copy.
Are ELP articles available online without charging a fee?
The ELP accepts and promotes open access policy of its editions. This means that each of its publications are freely available in an online form for the academic public. ELP charges a low-rate publication fee in order to defray its publication costs.