CCSE credits the Review of European Studies editorial board and its authors for this significant milestone and says that this great honor will produce more international visibility and will enhance dissemination of the journal.
Review of European Studies Editor-in-Chief Michael W. Popejoy comments, “We expect this appointment to SciVerse Scopus to increase substantially our exposure to international researchers who use electronic databases to seek out peer-reviewed work related to their current research projects. This means both our journal and the articles we accept for publication will receive increased citation counts as researchers find our articles to cite for their works in progress. It also means that the journal will attract high quality article submissions from scholars internationally.”
The Review of European Studies editorial board congratulates everyone involved with the journal for their consistently hard work and attention to maintaining it as a major contributor to science and education. Thanks to all of you, the journal now enjoys a rising level of prestige in the publishing world.
The Review of European Studies continues to seek well-written, scholarly papers for future issues, including those covering the subjects of culture, history, art, sociology, religion, politics, laws, education, psychology and economics. This journal takes a broad, interdisciplinary view of European issues and also encourages submissions from an international perspective. If you have other new, unpublished manuscripts that might fit within our subject areas, please consider submitting to the journal. You may see the journal’s profile at http://www.ccsenet.org/res and submit online. You may also e-mail submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org.