Call for papers

"Montenegrin Journal of Economics" (MNJE)
would like to invite academics, policymakers, researchers, and practitioners to submit original articles to be considered for publication.
"Montenegrin Journal of Economics” publishes theoretical and empirical articles from all the areas of Economics. The journal is issued twice a year.
Areas of research include, but are not limited to, the following: Economic Theory, Institutional Economics, International Economics, Emerging Markets, Finance, Venture Capital, Transition Issues.
Montenegrin Journal of Economics is Indexed in following directories :
Scopus (2017), ESCI - Emerging sources citation index Thomson Reuters (2015), Cabell's (2012), ECONIS Datenbank (2012), DOAJ - Directory of Open Access Journals (2012), Genamics Journal Seek (2012), NewJour (2012), ProQuest - ABI/Inform, Research Library, Social Sciences (2012), RePEc (2012), Scirus (2012), Ulrich's Periodicals Directory (2012), World-Wide Web Virtual Library (2012), EBSCO Publishing, Inc. (2011), Index Copernicus International S.A. database (2011), and Journal of Economics Literature (2006)
Articles must be in acceptable scholarly English and should be between 4000-5000 words in length (max. 32.000 characters with spaces), typed, 12-point Times New Roman font, one-inch margins, and text double-spaced. Lengthier articles may be considered at the discretion of the Editorial Board. The submitted article must be an original and unpublished work by the author(s) submitting to the Journal.
Submissions should be sent via email to Professor Veselin Drašković:


Editor in Chief
Professor Veselin Draskovic, University of Montenegro, Faculty of Maritime Studies / Director of Economic Laboratory for Transition Research-ELIT (Montenegro)
Associate Editors
Milica Delibasic, University Mediterranean, Faculty of Business Studies, Podgorica, Montenegro
Radislav Jovovic, University Mediterranean, Faculty of Business Studies, Podgorica, Montenegro
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