Established in 1999, Reforma Journal stands as a distinguished voice in regional economics, finance, and the unique dynamics of Central Asia. With four issues published annually, we have consistently offered a pivotal platform for scholars and practitioners to converge, share insights, and spur meaningful dialogue on contemporary economic and financial paradigms. As we bridge the chasm between localized phenomena and overarching global narratives, our unwavering commitment is to quality, relevance, and impact.
Adherence to a robust editorial policy sets us apart. Every submission undergoes a rigorous double-blind refereeing process, ensuring both objectivity and excellence. Authors can anticipate receiving two comprehensive referee reports, complemented by a letter of recommendation from one of the Journal's dedicated editors. Proudly aligning with the highest ethical benchmarks, Reforma Journal operates within the guidelines set forth by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE). In our pursuit to democratize knowledge dissemination, we uphold a no publication fee policy.
The language of the journal is English.