Editorial Principles and Writing Rules

  • Editors desire that publications should be supported by empirical practice in disciplines such as economics, business, finance, public administration, political science, international relations and international trade.
  • The articles to be submitted to the Journal of Social Economic Research should not have been published elsewhere or have been sent for publication.
  • All publishing rights of approved studies as a result of the referee evaluation process belong to the Journal of Social Economic Research. All articles published in the Journal are reserved. The Journal cannot be reproduced in any way and cannot be shown without the name.
    Opinions in the articles published are not opinions of the Journal. All responsibility belongs to the author.
  • Authors are not paid royalties in any way.
  • The journal can be published in one of the languages of Turkish and English.
  • The Journal of Social Economic Research, since April 2012, uses the Journal of Economic Literature (JEL) Classification coding. In the articles submitted for publication, authors are required to specify the JEL code. The JEL code should be written in the lower part of the key words specified in Turkish and English. The JEL code can be accessed by clicking here.
  • Articles that do not comply with the publication guidelines will not be included in the referee evaluation process.
  • The articles are scanned in iThenticate due to the journal's plagiarism policy and the ratio is expected not to exceed %20.