Volume 5 , Issue 2, 2023

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ISSN 2668-4322

ISSN-L 2668-4322

Central European Journal of Geography and Sustainable Development (CEJGSD) is an open access peer-reviewed journal which means that all its content is freely available, without charge, to the user or to his/her belonging institution. Users are allowed to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or access the link to the full texts of the articles in this journal without asking prior permission from the publisher or the author. This is in accordance with the BOAI definition of open access.

The articles published in this journal are licensed in accordance with a CC BY-NC license.

Central European Journal of Geography and Sustainable Development
Abbreviated key-title: Cent. Eur. J. Geogr. Sustain. Dev.
Other variant title: CEJGSD

Editor in Chief: Adrian Nedelcu

Publication Frequency: This journal publishes 2 regular issues per year (in June and December). Special issues will be published as additional issues. For regular issues, articles will be published as they become ready for publication in order to ensure that new content is available to the scientific community as early as possible. The articles of a special issue will be published all at once in order to allow for the internal structure of the publication.

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Nature: Online

Language of Publication: English


7 days avg. from submission to first decision

63 days avg. from submission to first post-review decision

8 days avg. from acceptance to online publication

31% acceptance rate

Rejection Rate: Rigorous double-blind peer review ensures the acceptance of high-quality articles (rejection rate: 37% in 2021, 69% in 2022).

Starting from 2023, CEJGSD will be published under the auspices and with the support received from Petroleum-Gas University of Ploiești - Faculty of Economic Sciences, Business Administration Department.

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