The Journal publishes articles on the European countryside, the rural areas of individual European countries or regions. The multidisciplinary periodical contains papers from an ecology of a rural landscape, rural sociology, demography and gender, multi-functional rural development, agriculture and other branches of the rural economy, impacts of Common Agricultural Policy on rural development, rural geography, rural borderland, rural and agro-tourism, rural settlement, small towns as centres of rural micro-regions, rural planning and architecture, rural collaboration. It prefers complex contributions with rural development issues to articles with narrowly economic or technical issues.
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European journal is focused on multi-functional problems of the countryside, connecting western and eastern European rural problems and streaming to the common future in unifying Europe. However, special issues focus on selected topics. Those interested in rural development will find theories, methods, drinks and information from various disciplines. Papers are free accessed.
Journal is reviewed according to the standard procedure. The Editorial Board is available to guide the authors through finalizing the contributions. The review process is confidential. The authors will gain unlimited opportunity to be read, quoted and networked for an insignificant amount of money. The journal allows and prefers colour graphics to a reasonable extent without financial surcharges. Article citations can be found in major databases including Web of Knowledge, SCOPUS or Google Scholar. The Cite Score at SCOPUS has been rising steadily since 2012.
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