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Warsaw Forum of Economic Sociology
Warsaw Forum of Economic Sociology

Publishing House: Szkoła Główna Handlowa
Subject(s): Politics / Political Sciences, Social Sciences, Economy
Frequency: 2 issues
Print ISSN: 2081-9633
Status: Active

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Short Description

Our aim is to become a wide-ranging 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).

We certainly acknowledge the numerous, valuable scholarly publications in global circulation dealing with socio-economics in the CEE countries. But these are spread out over various periodicals, none of which is based on an approach such as we envisage. Our approach combines the two dimensions, regional and thematic. Our aim is to investigate socio-economic issues in Central and Eastern Europe.

The Warsaw Forum of Economic Sociology welcomes contributions dealing with socio-economic issues broadly defined. We see the journal as an academic platform where scholars of various social science disciplines engage in debate with the aim of establishing interdisciplinary connections, stimulating new and variegated research that closes gaps among separate academic departments. We seek articles that focus on theoretical and empirical aspects of socio-economic transformations and current socio-economic reality.