Central European Review of Economics and Management (CEREM)
The Central European Review of Economics and Management (CEREM) focuses on state-of-the-art empirical and theoretical studies in the field of economics and management. It aims to create a platform for exchange of knowledge and ideas between research, business, governmental and other actors. Besides more traditional scientific papers, the journal welcomes conceptual papers, opinion papers and policy discussions from academic, corporate, governmental and civil society representatives.
An important aim of CEREM is to stimulate open-minded discussion of new ideas, new applications of old ideas as well as development of interdisciplinary approaches to current challenges in economics and management. This is of particular importance in the substantial changes that have taken place and are expected to take place in the world, where shocks and surprises rather seem to become the standard. Topical economics and management focus areas are interdisciplinary, non-unified and on the move by nature. They include, but are not limited to issues regarding: sustainable development, emerging economies, European strategies, value chains, financial intermediation and managerial designs.
In co-operation with the International Society of Intercommunication of New Ideas (ISINI, www.isini.info), CEREM also aims „to create or recreate alternative paradigms that can help to formulate adequate policies to solve [current and future] problems.“ It is relevant „to study systematically (using both theoretical and practical reason) the application of new ideas to problems of the real world of today and tomorrow in various existing social regimes“ as well as organizational and governance structures, taking into consideration „the diverse levels of development and historical circumstances.“
The principle of double-blind peer review applies. Contributions should meet academic standards (Publish in CEREM and Research and Publication Ethics) and should be original so previously unpublished. Articles submitted to CEREM should not be under consideration for publication elsewhere.