FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions


ESJ Mission
Our mission is to provide greater and faster flow of the newest scientific thought. ESJ’s role is to be a kind of bridge between the researchers around the world.


Who can publish in ESJ?
ESJ is open to any researchers regardless of their race, nationality, religion, or gender, as long as they have quality scientific paper. ESJ encourages women to send their texts as well.


Does the ESJ concentrate on a specific scientific field of study?
Supporting the concept of interdisciplinarity we welcome submissions in all academic areas.


ESJ publishes online or in printed?

Both, each online edition of the ESJ is published in paper, too.


Do the authors receive a hard copy after the online publication?

Yes. The ESJ will send free hard copies (one copy per author, but not more than two copies per paper) of the ESJ edition where they are published.


Are ESJ articles available online without charging a fee?

The ESJ accepts and promotes open access policy of its editions. This means that each of its publications are freely available in an online form for the academic public. ESJ charges a low-rate publication fee in order to defray its publication costs.