Head of LabFam takes the role of Editor-In-Chief of one of the best journals in the field of economics in Poland
The Central European Economic Journal (CEEJ) is a continuation of a long tradition of issuing scientific journals at the Faculty of Economic Sciences, University of Warsaw. From 2001 to 2016 the journal was published under the title “Ekonomia” before changing to the current title in 2017. The content is addressed to those in the international academic community interested in the economies of Central and Eastern Europe, including the European transition countries.
Central European Economic Journal publishes original theoretical and empirical research papers in the field of economics as well as at the intersection of economics and sociology, demography, political science, law and management.
The journal accepts papers which fall under (amongst others), macro- and microeconomics, labour market research, population studies, public policies, health, gender, ecological economics.
CEEJ addresses the broad international community, but especially welcomes papers which focus on socio-economic problems relevant for Central and Eastern Europe, including the European transition countries.
The CEEJ is an open access, double-blind peer-reviewed journal, free of charge, available at the Sciendo/DeGruyter Open Platform and at www.ceej.wne.uw.edu.pl
We encourage you to follow the calls of papers, but also read articles, such as one of the latest – Motives for Combining Motherhood with Employment: Evidence for Medium and Highly Educated Polish Women Around the EU Accession, providing insights into employment decisions of mothers and mothers-to-be in a post-socialist Poland around the entry to the EU, by Anna Matysiak, Head of LabFam.