Publishing House: Editura Universul Academic (SC GOOD LUCK SRL)
Subject(s): Politics / Political Sciences, Social Sciences, Education, Media studies, Governance, Communication studies, Sociology, Higher Education , State/Government and Education, Social Informatics, Economic development, Environmental interactions, Inclusive Education / Inclusion
Frequency: 2 issues
Print ISSN: 2537-3803
Status: Active

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Short Description

SCRD - The Smart Cities and Regional Development Journal (ISSN: 2537-3803, ISSN-L: 2537-3803) is built by The Development of Urban Planning research working group within The Faculty of Public Administration, National University of Political Studies & Public Administration. It is committed to an international perspective of the Smart City concept, promoting articles in all areas of the concept, such as: Smart Governance, Smart Environment, Smart Economy, Smart People, Smart Mobility, Smart Living and Smart State, and making them widely available through open access publishing.

The SCRD Journal publishes empirical and theoretical contributions from all over the world in the mentioned area of research. Its aims are to disseminate results of rigorous and relevant studies, to expose positions and commentaries regarding the development of the concept. The journal uses blind review process.

Smart Cities and Regional Development Journal objectives are:

• Raise awareness and promote a better understanding of the Smart Cities concept among stakeholders.

• Build and strengthen the capacity of these stakeholders to actively participate in national, regional and international Smart Cities developing process.

• Facilitate multistakeholder discussions, exchanges and collaboration on Smart Cities related issues that are of particular concern for stakeholders.

• Contribute to creating linkages between the Smart Cities realities at the national, European and international level.


The Smart Cities and Regional Development Journal does not have any article submission, processing or publishing fee.