Voprosy Ekonomiki — the leading peer-reviewed economic journal in Russia. Founded in 1929. The journal is indexed in Web of Science, Scopus (Q2), RePEC, Russian Science Citation Index. Language: Russian.
Topic Areas: economic theory; monetary, investment and structural policies; social sphere; regional economy; industrial organization; antitrust policy; world economy; economic history, etc.
Audience: economists-researchers, lecturers and students, high-rank public officials, corporate and banking analysts.
The Russian Journal of Money and Finance is an open-access peer-reviewed academic journal that publishes high-quality research in monetary economics. The journal was founded and has been issued by the Bank of Russia. This quarterly has Russian and English versions. It is included in the VAK List of indexed academic periodicals, Russian Science Citation Index in Web of Science, RePEC.
The journal focuses on theoretical research, which is based on applying economic and mathematical methods. It accepts for consideration papers covering monetary economics and policies, financial markets, and banking, along with the works developed using Big Data and machine learning methods.
Journal of the New Economic Association was founded in 2009 and is a quarterly academic publication. Its main objective is to offer a platform for all Russian economists where they can present and discuss their findings with a view to enhancing the quality of economic research and education in Russia. The Journal is indexed by the VAK List, Russian Science Citation Index, Web of Science, Scopus, RePEс, EconLit and Ulrich's Periodicals Directory. It ranks among the top-10 Russian economics journals according to the Science Index, results of the public expert review and a 5-year impact factor for the core collection in Russian Science Citation Index.
The journal covers both theoretical and empirical studies from across all fields of economics, which may be of interest to a broad community of experts in economics. Analysis of Russia’s economy is a central topic. Special rubric “Hot Topic” features materials from roundtables, as organized by the Journal in order to address the most pressing issues in global and national economies.
INTERaction. INTERview. INTERpretation is a quarterly publication and its first volume appeared in 2002. It is indexed by Russian Science Citation Index, CrossRef, CyberLeninka. ISSN: 2307-2075 (print); 2687-0401(online). The journal publishes papers in both Russian and English.
Editor-in-chief is V.V. Semenova, Doctor of Sociological Sciences. Publisher: FCTAS RAS.
Experts from a wide array of fields contribute to the publication: social scientists, anthropologists, urban specialists, historians, linguists, culture scientists, psychologists and other scholars, whose research centres around the analysis of micro social aspects and processes and cultural diversity of local communities.
It is no accident that the words in the journal title feature a common component – INTER as it primarily denotes social subjectivity, social interaction and various contexts for interpretation.
The periodical’s objective is to inform about a changing and rapidly evolving field of social research “on the micro level”.
It is open for methodological discussions and analysis of social variation and specificity. The emphasis is also placed on innovative, exploratory research practices applied in different disciplines, the use of non-traditional techniques and information sources, as well as new problems.
The Russian Management Journal (RMJ) is a peer-reviewed journal aimed at publishing original high quality research papers on management of organization grounded on economic and value-based analysis of strategy. In addition to classical strategic management, it covers such major topics as strategic marketing, organizational behavior, corporate finance, information technologies and innovation. The Russian Management Journal has been accepted for coverage in Emerging Sources Citation Index (Web of Science Core Collection). Coverage starts from the first issue of 2018.
Publication in the RMJ is completely free of charge to authors. The RMJ subscribes to the principles of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).
All published papers are freely available at the journal web-site.
The RMJ publishes articles in Russian and English language.
Public Administration Issues is a scientific review journal published by the National Research University High School of Economics (NRU HSE)
The journal is published quarterly in Russian since 2007. Since 2014 a special issue in English has also been available.
The editorial board consists of leading Russian and foreign scientists in the field of state and municipal administration as well as prominent figures with vast practical experience in public administration.
The mission of the journal is to create a modern platform of full value for discussion, exchange of international and national experience and specific knowledge among professionals in the field of Public Administration.
The journal is meant for analysts and researchers as well as workers in the public and municipal administration in Russia and abroad.
Its authors are the leading Russian and foreign scientists specializing in the field of state and municipal government as well as prominent Russian government practices, including the heads of federal and regional executive authorities
The journal is indexed in the international databases:
Scopus (Q3, Ind=0,268), the Russian Science Citation Index (RSCI) on the platform of Web of Science, RePEc, EBSCO. In addition, the journal is on the list of leading reviewed scientific journals and publications that the Higher Certification (Attestation) Commission in the RF Education Ministry recommends for publishing the main scientific results of theses for PhD and doctoral degrees in Economics, Sociology and Law.
The readership of the journal – researchers, experts and practical workers in municipal and public administration, as well as many other readers, who are interested in public and municipal administration in Russia and Abroad.
The journal is accessible online.
Educational Studies, Moscow is an academic research journal, established in 2004 by Higher School of Economics. The journal is put out both in print and online versions, the latter is posted with open access. It is indexed by international and Russian databases, e.g., SCOPUS (Q2); ESCI WOS; RSCI WOS; CROSS REF, EBSCO, Russian Science Citation Index, etc.
The journal’s objective is to provide a platform for professional discussion of a broad array of questions related to education and engage in such discussions on the global level. The core principle is a multi-disciplinary analysis of both professional pedagogical issues and problems of sociology, philosophy, economics and psychology of education.
The journal publishes papers from Russian and foreign authors, with every volume being released in English version as well. Articles submitted for publication go through a rigorous selection process and selected articles then receive quality peer-review (double-blind review) so as to ensure that they all follow the highest standards of academic integrity.
The Journal of Social Policy Studies (JSPS) has been running since 2003 and is a quarterly publication with each volume coming to 9-12 printer’s sheets. The Journal is included in the VAK List of peer-reviewed academic publications and indexed by Russian Science Citation Index (RSCI) in Web of Science, as well as by Web of Science within Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI), and by Scopus (Q2).
JSPS covers topics on theory, history and methodology of social policy, findings from empirical research and experiments in the field of social policy in Russia and abroad, as well as peer reviews.
All accepted manuscripts are subject to double-blind review. All criteria for submitted manuscripts and other information for authors, reviewers and guest editors may be viewed in the sections “Guidelines for Authors”, “Ethical Standards”, “Peer Review”, respectively, at the Journal’s website. Authors are not charged publication fees for publications in the Journal.
Universe of Russia. Sociology. Ethnology was founded in 1992.
The journal Universe of Russia, whose key specializations are Sociology, Ethnology, and Economics, strives to uphold the national sociological tradition. The journal aims at publishing original empirical research and sources for studying history of Russian social thought, as well as the latest statistical data and top exemplars of academic writing.
Key Scientometric Indicators
The journal is included in two international databases:
1) Web of Science:
- Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI);
- Russian Science Citation Index (RSCI).
2) Scopus (Q2).
In the SCIENCE INDEX for 2019, the journal was ranked second in the field “Sociology”.
The journal’s impact factor as per the five-year impact factor under Russian Science Citation Index, with the English version given due consideration, is:
November 30, 2017 – 1.575;
November 30, 2018 – 1.625;
November 30, 2019 – 1.723;
November 30, 2020 – 1.965.
Core Specialization and Publishing Policy.
Organizational Psychology was established in 2011.
Language: Russian and English. The journal is an open-access quarterly.
All published materials are attributed under the international license Creative Commons “Attribution” 4.0 Global (CC-BY 4.0).
The Journal is indexed by: Russian Science Citation Index; RSCI (on the Web of Science platform); WEB OF SCIENCE (coverage by Emerging Sources Citation Index, ESCI); ULRICHSWEB; EBSCO; Google Scholar.
Rank in the SCIENCE INDEX for 2019 for the Psychology subject is #14.
2-year impact factor in the RSCI is 1,039, 5-year impact factor in the RSCI is 0,878.
The journal’s objective is to ensure professional communication between researchers and practitioners in the field of organizational psychology, presenting findings from new research on organization psychology, implementing new scholarly and applied developments in the work of organizations and engaging young researchers in the professional community of organizational psychology.
Law. Journal of the Higher School of Economics is a quarterly publication running since 2008, in both print and digital versions. This journal is indexed in the Russian Science Citation Index, as well as the HeinOnline, Ulrichsweb, Garant and Сonsultant Plus databases; in 2018, it was included in Emerging Sources Citation Index under Web of Science.
This journal publishes academic articles, peer reviews, and review articles about court rulings and precedents. The publication is largely aimed at university lecturers, graduate and postgraduate students, academic staff, experts, practicing lawyers, and a broad circle of readers who have an interest in contemporary law and its interrelation with the economy.
Russian Sociological Review is an academic peer-reviewed journal of theoretical, empirical and historical research in social sciences.
Russian Sociological Review publishes four issues per year. Each issue includes original research papers, review articles and translations of contemporary and classical works in sociology, political theory and social philosophy.
Established in 2001 with the support of the National Training Foundation and Moscow School of Social and Economic Sciences, Review has become one of the major academic forums that publishes papers of various academic genres. During 2001–2006 the Review published primarily translations and review articles, and since 2006 it highly welcomes original research papers as well.
Since 2006 the journal has been published with the support of the National Research University Higher School of Economics.
Foresight and STI Governance is an international peer-reviewed open-access journal.
Published since 2007 quarterly. The English version of journal has been published since 2014.
The journal ranks in the first quartile (Q1) of the Scopus database in two categories: Economics, Econometrics and Finance (miscellaneous), and Decision Sciences (miscellaneous).
It publishes original research articles, offering new theoretical insights and practical knowledge related to the following areas: strategic planning, science, technology, and innovation (STI) policy, foresight and other future studies.
HSE Economic Journal is a peer-reviewed academic journal, which publishes articles in both Russian and English.The journal has been running as a periodical since 1997. It is indexed by Scopus (Q3) and other citation indexes. The journal strives to adhere to the higher standards of academic integrity.
The papers on the key topic of the journal have been written using the latest research approaches, with due consideration of recent advancements in modern economic science, and are underpinned by a solid information basis. Also, they are focused on the research on the Russian economy, as well as other transitional and post-transitional economies.