The Georgian National University SEU Scientific Journal “Vectors of Social Science” is an international, peer-reviewed periodical that aims to facilitate academic discussion.
The journal has an international standard serial number for electronic (E-ISSN) and print (ISSN) periodicals. Each journal entry will be assigned a unique DOI (Digital Object Identifier) code for identification.
The journal is published twice a year, in Georgian and English.
“Vectors of Social Science” was founded in 2021.
The journal allows the academic staff, researchers and, doctoral students of higher education institutions to submit scientific papers in the following areas:
Economics, Law, Administration and Management, Psychology, Political Sciences, Journalism.
Papers will be published in the journal under a creative commons license, namely the “Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY) 2.0” license, which implies the right to use it for any purpose with a reference to the source.
The journal is an openly accessible publication, implying full contents accessibility to users without any additional fees or registration.
The journal recognizes and adheres to international publishing principles and best practices. It shares internationally recognized values and practices such as the Budapest Open Access Initiative (BOAI) guidelines and the Publishing Ethics Committee (COPE) core practices.
Authors are not required to pay any fees for publishing an article in the journal.
ISSN – 2667-9906
Presenting important scientific research in various fields of social sciences, introducing them to the national and international community, as well as promoting the international integration of these research;
Working on studies in Georgia that will contribute to the country's European integration;
Creating an active scientific-research climate.
Acquiring a worthy place among high-ranking international scientific publications by registering in authoritative international scientific databases and gaining high scientific status;
Popularization of the journal;
Attracting Georgian and foreign authors for cooperation;
Promoting interdisciplinary research;
Promoting the availability of communication scope for academic staff, young and experienced research scientists, and the development of scientific-creative potential.