The editorial board of the journal is actively engaged into spreading the abstracts (as well as meta-data and full texts of the articles) on the web as widely as possible. We are constantly increasing the quality of processing the information we deal with, registering the journal in new electronic services, catalogs and libraries, promoting the articles to professionally-oriented resources. Our aim is to make your publications accessible for all potentially interested worldwide readers.

Professional resources:

  • EconBiz – Find Economic Literature
  • EconBib (Economics Bibliography) index
  • EconPapers –  the world's largest collection of online Economics working papers, journal articles, and software

Indices with bibliographic information:

  • ERIH PLUS – The European Reference Index for the Humanities and the Social Sciences (2019-02-28)

Search engines:

  • Crossref  – a system of citation
  • BASE – Bielefeld Academic Search Engine
  • Google Scholar
  • Scholar Steer – scientific journals catalog

Registration databases:

  • Ulrichsweb™ – Ulrich's Global Serials Directory. Databas

Full-text resources of open access:

  • CEEOL leading provider of academic e-journals and e-books in the Humanities and Social Sciences from and about Central and Eastern Europe.
  • OpenAIRE – Open Access Infrastructure for Research in Europe
  • ZENODO – open to all scientists repository that was created as part of the EU-funded
  • IndexCopernicus – international databases of scientific journals  (ICV 2018: 78.56)
  • ResearchBib – is an open access  database

Electronic Catalogs:

  • DOAJ – online directory
  • WorldCat – bibliographic database

Full-text aggregation platforms:

Electronic Libraries and Repositories: