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RRSS – Romanian Review of Social Sciences (http://rrss.univnt.ro)

We are pleased to announce the launch of a new academic journal – The Romanian Review of Social Sciences (RRSS), under the coordination of the Faculty of Social and Administrative Sciences, within “Nicolae Titulescu” University of Bucharest.

RRSS is peer-reviewed publication with an interdisciplinary approach that welcomes articles from a plurality of fields like economics, sociology, political science, international relations, management and public administration, education and other branches under the social sciences umbrella. The journal aims to become a forum of scientific discussions and to advance theoretical and practical research focused on a diverse spectrum of societal issues. Case studies, quantitative and qualitative research, state-of-the-art papers, opinion pieces and book reviews are invited.

The inaugural issue is planned to be published in December 2011. Afterwards the journal will have a biannual apparition. At this point, the editors welcome for review original papers on any aspect of the broad field of social sciences. The main criterion for acceptance is for the papers to make a contribution to the knowledge, understanding and/or practice in their specific field. Interested authors must consult the journal’s guidelines for manuscript submissions at http://rrss.univnt.ro.  Depending on the type of contributions, they will follow a specific review process (for most of them is a double blind procedure) that will be the basis for final decision regarding acceptance/revision/rejection. Among the recommended topics (but not limited to them) are: social and behavioral economics, public policies and decision making, international relations theories, world contemporary politics, public and international affairs, european studies, social integration and social justice, health, education and welfare, public administration and management, ethical aspects in the social sciences and humanities.