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Humanitarian and Socio-Economic Sciences Journal

Humanitarian and Socio-Economic Sciences Journal

Chief Editor Flora Bertrand 
Ph.D., France

Evgeny Vinogradov 
Doctor of Psychology, Russia 
Irina Pilipchuk 
Ph.D. in History, Ukraine 
Anatoly Pimenov 
Doctor of Economic Sciences, Ukraine 
Ricardo Gonzalez 
Doctor of History, Spain 
Ninel Yatchenko 
Doctor of Law, Ukraine 
MP Johnson 
University of Massachusetts Boston, Boston, Massachusetts, USA 
K. Kourtit 
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netnerlands and 
MA Rauner University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria 
R. Simper 
Nottingham, Nottingham, United Kingdom 
M. Sommersguter-Reichmann
Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz, Graz, Austria 
R. Stough 
George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia, USA. 
D. Wang 
China University of Political Science and Law, China. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro 
P. Vanke , Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Humanitarian and Socio-Economic Sciences is an international journal devoted solely to research in this important field. It provides an environment for research that may not appear in more specialized journals, either because of the interdisciplinary or applied nature of the study, or from the mathematical / quantitative nature of the study. Thus, the journal serves as a focal point for research that has so far appeared in widely distributed sources and / or less suitable sources. Humanitarian and Socio-Economic Sciences strongly encourage contributions regarding the application of quantitative models and methods to address important problems in the service sector and in the public sector. Of particular interest are the accounts of such studies conducted in developing countries and in the economically developing regions of the world. Also of interest are articles in important methodological and substantive areas. The main criterion used in assessing the manuscript submitted to the journal is: uniqueness or innovation in the work from the point of view of the methodology being developed and / or its application to a problem of particular importance in the public sector or service sector and / or the setting in which the efforts, for example, in the developing region of the world. That is, the very model / methodology, application and context of problems, at least one of them must be unique and important. Additional criteria considered in the consideration of the submitted document are its accuracy, organization / presentation (ie logical flow) and recording quality. 
Demography and ethnography 
History and cultural studies 
History and archeology 
Political science 
Regional studies and socio-economic geography 
Religion studies 
Philology and linguistics 
Economics and management