DANUBE is an international professional journal referring to the tradition of the humanities-oriented periodical of the same title, which was first published in Vienna as early as 1923. Just as the Danube River connects European capitals, the DANUBE Journal creates a strong network of links between European researchers who have dedicated their professional lives to the social sciences and humanities. The journal also welcomes authors from other regions, as long as they respect the Aims & Scope of the journal. The journal has been published by the De Gruyter, a prestigious publisher with a history of almost 270 years, since 2021 in collaboration with the European Research University. It is printed, but in particular it is published and distributed as an electronic Open Access resource. It is listed in most key citation databases, while it has been listed in the Scopus database since 2010.
Zuzana Machová – European Research University, the Czech Republic
Natalie Uhrová – European Research University, the Czech Republic
Boris Navrátil – European Research University, the Czech Republic
Jana Šťastná – European Research University, the Czech Republic
Milan Bakeš – Charles University in Prague, the Czech Republic
Szilard Benk – Ministry of Finance, Hungary
Johann K. Brunner – Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria
Judith Clifton – University of Cantabria, Spain
Estelle P. Dauchy – New Economic School, Russia
Imre Fertö – Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary
Mejra Festić – Governing Board of the Bank of Slovenia, Slovenia
Max Gillman – University of Missouri – St. Louis, USA
Juan L. G. Guirao – Technical University of Cartagena, Spain
László Halpern – Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary
Konrad Lachmayer – University of Vienna, Austria
Alina-Maria Lengauer – University of Vienna, Austria
James R. Lothian – Fordham University, USA
Jože Mencinger – University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Dennis C. Mueller – University of Vienna, Austria
Edita Nemcová – Slovak Academy of Sciences, Slovakia
Piotr Oprocha – AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland
Alena Pauličková – College in Sládkovičovo, Slovakia
Marijan Pavčnik – University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Štefan Rehák – University of Economics in Bratislava, Slovakia
Edmundas K. Zavadskas – Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Lithuania
Scimago Journal Rank (SJR)
You can find the rating of the DANUBE journal according to SJR at SCImago. DANUBE is ranked in the Economics, Econometrics and Finance, and Law categories and is currently reaching Q2.
DANUBE Journal is a European professional journal for the global society. We publish high-quality original research articles in the fields of Economics, Law and other Social Sciences and Humanities that address European issues in a global context and in the context of current societal needs arising from the ever-changing environment in which we live.
Only anonymized manuscripts containing high-quality original research that strictly respect Aims & Scope of the Journal and the Instructions for authors may be submitted, solely via Editorial Manager.