Since 1997
ISSN 1818-4510 (print)

Editorial policy

The editorial policy of the journal is based on the traditional ethical principles of scientific periodicals developed by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE). The editorial board, in its activity, is guided by the principles of scientificity, objectivity, professionalism, and impartiality.

The most important task of the Belarusian Economic Journal is to introduce the reader to new areas of knowledge that contribute to the innovative development of the country, the implementation of scientific solutions in the field of enhancing the efficiency of using the economic potential, and enriching the Belarusian economic model with an innovative imperative.

The journal’s target audience is scholars from research and higher educational institutions, post-doctoral students, Ph.D. candidates, undergraduate students studying social and economic disciplines, employees of executive and legislative authorities at various levels, and many others who are interested in problems of the modern economy.

The purpose of the publication is to highlight the position and state of the economic science as an institutional community of individual scholars and teams representing the academic, sectoral, and university science, as well as economic and analytical groups in the government, banking, industrial, financial and other structures. The main criterion for selecting material for publication is not only the relevance and public interest in this topic, but also the newness of the ideas presented and their scientific validity.

The priority tasks of the journal are the fullest possible, highly qualified and impartial reflection of the entire spectrum of opinions on the problems of theoretical and applied economic science, as well as the continuation of the search for ways to build up effective international cooperation to increase the journal’s scientific and professional level as well as its international image.

The Belarusian Economic Journal, as a scientific publication of a theoretical, methodological and practical nature, is oriented at identifying new knowledge, conceptual approaches to analysis and solving key problems of the country’s economy, as well as summarizing the constructive experience of other countries. It is meant to facilitate a dialogue and consolidation of the scientific economic community.

The journal presents a diverse range of socio-economic problems, including sustainable development, investment policy, macroeconomic projections, reforming the agricultural sector; fiscal policy, foreign exchange regulation, inflation and money circulation, securities market, banking system, pricing, privatization, labor market, small and medium-sized business, foreign economic activity; improvement of legislation; tourism economics; regional economy; use of new technologies; demographic processes; long-, medium- and short-term forecasting of economic development; land relations; strategic management of enterprises; education economics; world economics; economic history; economic security; social policy; environmental economics; financial-industrial groups, and so on.

Along with issues dealing with socio-economic nature, the transformation of the country's economic model, as well as the growth of its efficiency and competitiveness, the journal considers the economic science per se as a big problem field for coverage, its organization, financing, and human resourcing in the context of the world science development.

Among the important aspects of further publications are:

  • Organization of economic science and the scientific community;
  • Improving the interaction of economic institutions and state agencies;
  • Enhancing the role of scholarly publications in solving relevant problems of the economic theory and practice.