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PECOB's Papers series

"PECOB's papers" series is a collection of papers on various topics related to Central, Eastern and Balkan Europe, and the post-Soviet space written by prominent scholars, researchers, Phd candidates and promising students. Beacuse of their relevance and scientific innovation all papers in this series are assigned the ISSN.

Editorial information

Title: PECOB's papers series
Publisher: PECOB (Portal on Central Eastern and Balkan Europe)
Language: multilinguistic (English and original languages of the countries considered on PECOB)
Topics: Politics; Economics; History; Society; Languages, Literature and Culture; Media  
ISSN: 2038-632X    
Editorial Assistant: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

PECOB's Scientific Board

is an interdisciplinary board of directors, responsible for reviewing proposals and accepting international high quality scientific pieces of research with the assistance of the Europe and the Balkans International Network and the Association of Italian Slavists.

Only the scientific papers accepted after a blind review process will be published in the portal.
Members of the Scientific Board of Directors are:

  • Stefano Bianchini (IECOB)
  • Francesco Privitera (IECOB)
  • Marcello Garzaniti (AIS)
  • Stefano Garzonio (AIS)

PECOB's Editorial Staff

selects and brings together the thinking of distinguished scholars, experts, researchers and generic users on Central-Eastern Europe, the Balkan region and the Post-Soviet space, by collecting scientific and information documents.

Ms Luciana Moretti
is coordinator of the Editorial Staff. You can contact her for general requests, communications related to PECOB graphic layout, breakdowns in visualizing pages or incorrect functioning, as well as for technical details and requirements of contributions, communications concerning conferences and events, courses, academic calls and contents for the Informative Area, proposals and submission of scientific contributions for the Scientific Library. ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it )

 

Guidelines for submissions

PECOB editorial Staff is constantly collecting proposals for scientific contributions. Any contributor willing to submit a scientific document (MA thesis, PhD dissertation, paper or article) is welcome to do it.

Each proposal for PECOB Scientific Library will be first evaluated by PECOB Scientific Board od Directors and then pass through a peer review process. Positively evaluated papers and essays (texts until 100 pp.) will be given an ISSN code and become part of the "PECOB's papers series", provided that they show high scientific relevance and/or innovation in the field of academic research; whereas theses and dissertations (texts longer than 100 pp.) will be given an ISBN code and published on-line as "PECOB's volumes".

If the peer review ends positively, the contribution will be edited by the editorial staff and the author will receive a proof of his/her contribution for proofreading. At this stage the author's proof corrections should only consist of typos and/or factual errors.

The last step before publication requires the author to sign PECOB copyright compliance and send his/her personal data (in case he/she doesn't appear among PECOB's contributors yet).

How to contribute

To contribute to PECOB's collection, please bear in mind that materials need to be complete in all their parts, as shown in the guidelines. Partial information won't be used.

PECOB follows a strict policy regarding the quality and accessibility of the documents published on the Portal (Legge Stanca 4/2004), in an effort to match the highest standards on web content accessibility. In order to ensure maximum readability, accessibility and conversion quality, authors and contributors are requested to make every effort in formatting and saving their documents correctly.

Please download and read carefully the guidelines to prepare and send your contributions.
Download the guidelines for contribution from PECOB's website.

Copyright compliance

In accordance with the Open Access policy, PECOB provides open educational resources for researching, teaching and learning that are freely available on-line for everyone to use, whether you are an instructor, scholar, researcher, student, or self-learner.

Remember that all contributions should come with a signed consent form, in accordance with PECOB's copyright policy. This document indicates that the publisher of your materials (in case of previously published materials) and all representatives involved in any aspect of the publication process or you yourself as author - when materials are not protected by copyright - agree to abide by the copyright policy adopted by PECOB's editorial staff.

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1 |#01| The Social Impact of the Global Economic Crisis in the Western Balkans with a focus on the Republic of Macedonia 10-07-01 298
2 |#02| The Church’s Renewed Evangelizing Mission 10-08-02 309
3 |#03| Global economic crisis and Balkan stability. Economics, politics and reforms: what impact on global security? 10-09-01 278
4 |#04| The Western Balkans in the turmoil of global crisis 10-10-01 297
5 |#05| Building-up knowledge based society in the SEE: a fiction or window of opportunity through the EU accession? 10-11-01 290
6 |#06| SMEs development and competition policy in Albania 10-12-01 358
7 |#07| The European Social Model: Is There a Third Way? 11-01-03 319
8 |#08| Regional Cooperation in Western Balkans in Times of Political and Economical Uncertainty 11-02-01 296
9 |#09| The European Union and Russia’s Integrationist Policies in the Post-Soviet Space 11-03-01 299
10 |#10| Party system and social cleavages: the case of the post-communist Albanian elections 11-04-01 304
11 |#11| Slavonic folklore and its influence upon literature. Fairy stories and popular traditions 11-05-02 245
12 |#12| Russian Foreign policy, 2000-2011: From Nation-State to Global Risk Sharing 11-06-01 275
13 |#13| The Serbs: Nurtured By Defeat 11-07-04 316
14 |#14| A Thorny Path of Economic Recovery: Case of Macedonia 11-08-01 305
15 |#15| Bilingualism and migration in different Russian speaking settings 11-09-01 259
16 |#16| Changes in Russian foreign policy discourse and concept of "Russian World" 11-10-03 274
17 |#17| Bulgarian highly skilled labour migration to Italy 11-11-03 299
18 |#18| Ancient Russian as an intermediate stage in the drift of Italian and modern Russian 11-12-01 275
19 |#19| Censorship in Yugoslavia between 1945 and 1952 12-01-02 292
20 |#20| Semiotics of nationalism: the Slovenian Spring (1987 - 1992) 12-02-01 295
21 |#21| How to Improve Economic Policy-Making in Western Balkans? 12-03-01 281
22 |#22| Balkans: the South-Eastern gateway to a New Europe 12-04-02 270
23 |#23| Between hatred and cooperation: Stalinist foreign policy in the Lithuanian and Polish debate in emigration. 12-05-01 277
24 |#24| The influence of L.Rajk’s trial on Hungarian foreign policy in the late 1940s to the early 1950s. 12-06-04 249
25 |#25| Establishment and organization of regional development in Macedonia. Challenges and perspective 12-07-02 263
 
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