Information For Authors

The journal “Ekonomika” presents original explanations and solutions to theoretical and methodological economic problems, research, and focuses on the analysis and evaluation of the current state and development of economics, economic sectors and business firms’ strategies in local and foreign markets, which contribute to the advancement of economic science in the Central and East European (CEE) region. Also, investigations of practical issues pertaining to the regional economy, evaluation of methods and solutions to economic problems may be submitted. The journal presents analyses of economic management issues, their scholarly interpretation and evaluation, which are of interest not only to academics, but also to practitioners. Authors are also invited to submit book reviews, critiques, and other informative material for publication at the end of each issue.

The first page presents the title of the paper, name of the author(s), affiliation (including department), address, and e-mail address. Please see this article as an example. The article should begin with an abstract, followed by the introduction, contents, and finally conclusion. The abstract should have the research objective clearly highlighted, methods, new results, conclusions and up to 5 keywords. The length of the abstract should be no more than 3000 symbols. The body of the paper must contain all the necessary parts of a scientific paper. The paper should be sent by e-mail to ekonomika@ef.vu.lt. The text must be printed using a 1.5 line spacing. The sent document should be in a common word processing format, such as Word or RTF. We will not accept documents in the PDF format. We request the Times New Roman font. It is strongly recommended not to exceed one publisher’s sheet (40.000 symbols). References to authors in the text should be in the following style: (Kohonen, 2001; Tyugu, 1998). The list of bibliographic references must be presented in alphabetic order, and the format of references should follow the APA requirements. For example, Lavingne, M. (1995). The Economics of Transition: From Socialist Economy to Market Economy – London, Macmillan Press, 295 p.; Olsen, T.E., Osmundsen, P. (2003). Spillovers and international competition for investments. Journal of International Economics, Vol. 59, issue 1, p. 211–238.

Papers are reviewed by at least two reviewers.


The Editorial Board