About the journal

European Research Studies Journal is a refereed publication and is designed to cover a wide variety of topics in the fields of Business and Economics in general including Banking, Financial Services and Internal Controls, Accounting and Finance, Health Economics, Tourism, Maritime Studies, Transport and Logistics, Energy and Environment with reference to European Integration. It aims to act as a guide for new developments and prospects in different aspects of economic thought and business methodologies and it is programmed to come out two to four times a year. Papers are invited both from academic economists as well as practitioners.
ISSN: 1108-2976

Detailed Journal Evaluation Report in the ICI Journals Master List database 2022

“European Research Studies Journal”
ISSN: 1108-2976
ICV 2022: 88.33

The result of the assessment in the ICI Journals Master List database – the Index Copernicus Value (ICV) – is a measure of the parametric power of a scientific journal. It indicates to what extent the journal meets international standards in the field of key functional areas of this medium of science.

The ICV consists of two main components: quality of the journal and journal’s impact.


Subject Area Business, Management and Accounting
Business, Management and Accounting (miscellaneous)
Category Economics, Econometrics and Finance
Economics, Econometrics and Finance (miscellaneous)
Publisher International Strategic Management Association, EU
ISSN 1108-2976
H Index: 37

Identifying Fake Journals
6 April 2023
Statement from COPE Officers

COPE believes that authors and institutions should treat lists of predatory (or fake) journals with the same degree of scrutiny as they do with the journals themselves. Lists that are not transparent about criteria used should not be relied on. Moreover, such lists may perpetuate systemic bias and include journals with limited resources, but which are legitimate journals with the best intentions.

COPE supports the use of Think.Check.Submit. A simple checklist authors can use before submitting research to a journal. Think.Check.Submit. asks the author questions aligned with the Principles of Transparency and Best Practice in Scholarly Publishing, a set of criteria used by COPE, DOAJ, OASPA and WAME when assessing journals which apply for membership of their organizations. Many predatory journals and publishers do not fulfil these criteria.

COPE’s Predatory Publishing discussion document expands on how authors, reviewers, editors, and institutions can identify predatory journals.

Related resources:
Predatory Publishing, COPE discussion document
Avoiding predatory publishers, guest article

Call for Papers

The European Research Studies Journal is inviting submissions for it's next issue.

Learn more and find out how to submit


Conferences organized by European Research Studies Journal

Icabe 2024

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Workshops held by European Research Studies Journal