Founded in Europe in October 2010, The European Scientific Journal (ESJ) is a venue for publishing scholarly works from across the globe. The ESJ actively solicits authors and reviewers from diverse countries and academic settings to reflect our international orientation.
Our values include fairness, agility, professionalism, and internationalism. Our commitment to fairness includes publication charges that are reasonable and affordable. Our commitment to agility means that submitted papers receive prompt and thorough peer review. Our commitment to professionalism includes adhering to the highest publications standards regarding plagiarism, authorship, animal studies, human studies, and disclosure of conflicts of interest. Internationalism means that we actively solicit scholarly contributions worldwide.
The Editorial Board of ESJ consists of an extensive network of experts spanning a variety of domains of knowledge. Many are prestigious academicians at one of the ESJ partner universities, prior ESI conference participants, or contributing authors to the ESJ.
As a peer-reviewed and open-access journal, the European Scientific Journal (ESJ) publishes research articles and literature reviews in English, French or Spanish. This monthly issued publication of the European Scientific Institute (ESI) punctually creates a new edition on the last day of each month. The journal consists of the following major sections:
- ESJ Social Sciences
- ESJ Humanities
- ESJ Natural/Life/Medical Sciences
The ESJ is a peer-reviewed open access journal that publishes articles in English, French, and Spanish. Regardless of language, all papers have titles and abstracts in English. The ESJ is published monthly on the last day of the calendar month in three major sections:
ESJ Social Sciences
- Communication studies
- Economics and econometrics
- Education, psychology, and sociology
- Marketing, business, business administration, and management
- Anthropology and archeology
- Linguistics, literature, classics, and history
- Law and politics
- Philosophy, religion
- Performing arts, visual arts, gender studies
ESJ Natural/Life/Medical Sciences
- Biology, medicine, life sciences
- Chemistry, physics, and mathematics