EJGE is currently updating its online platform. Authors are kindly requested NOT to submit their papers until next 20th December. Thank you for your collaboration.
We are happy to announce that the EJGE has updated its platform and is now available at this new site: http://revistas.udc.es/index.php/ejge
Due to enhanced security, some old password do not work in our new platform. Please follow the “forgot your password?” link in the login page in order to reset your password.
Authors and reviewers with ongoing submissions will be contacted personally in order to facilitate their workflow within the new platform. We are sorry for the inconveniences.
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A reapplication for the European Journal of Government and Economics to remain indexed in DOAJ has been successful and you can see the updated and expanded entry on the DOAJ website.
The editorial team of the European Journal of Government and Economics has been renewed as it had been advanced in the latest editorial statement of the Journal. Diego Varela steps down after five years as founding executive editor of the Journal (2012-2016) to concentrate on other activities. His advice will be available to the new editorial team whenever required. Jose Manuel Sanchez Santos of the department of economics of Universidade da Coruña, an associate editor from the start of the journal, takes over as editor in chief. His former position as an associate editor will now be occupied by Vladimir Alexandrovich Kozlov of the department of demography of the Higher School of Economics in Moscow. Giacomo Benedetto of the department of politics of Royal Holloway, University of London, will continue in his position of associate editor. Finally, a newly created position of managing editor will be occupied by Paolo Rungo of the department of business of Universidade da Coruña, to assist the editor in chief with the coordination of the editorial activities of the Journal.