Journals

  • Management Theory and Studies for Rural Business and Infrastructure Development

    Management Theory and Studies for Rural Business and Infrastructure Development is the international, peer-reviewed scientific journal published by Aleksandras Stulginskis University and Lithuanian Institute of Agrarian Economic, the leading institutions of research in agricultural & rural business management and economics in Lithuania.


    The aim of the journal is to promote exchange in scientific knowledge by publishing scientific articles in social sciences areas: management and administration, business studies, public administration, economic, as well as application oriented, practically and / or theoretically associated with the countryside, agriculture and its infrastructure.


    There could be also published theoretical articles in the previous mentioned fields.


    Frequency. Journal is published quarterly, in March, June, September and December.


    Language of the article. Articles published in Lithuanian and English languages. All abstracts are in English. The editorial board is seeking to increase the share of English language articles  by 80%  in the years to come.


    Indexing. The journal is indexed by the international databases: Clarivate Analytics Web of Science Core Collection, Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI), EBSCO, Business Source Complete, CAB Abstracts, Ulrich’s, DOAJ, OAJI, IndexCopernicus, ERIH PLUS, AcademicKeys.com, Google Scholar.


    All the previous issues of the journal could be found here

  • Applied Economics: Systematic Research

    Applied Economics: Systematic Research is a scientific peer-reviewed journal covering systematic research as well as reviews of important scientific works and events in economics, finance, econometrics, and statistics. The journal is being reviewed in such databases as EBSCO (Business Source Complete), ProQuest, C.E.E.O.L and IndexCopernicus (IC).


    All the previous issues of the journal could be found here.

  • International Journal of Psychology: A Biopsychosocial Approach

    The scope of International Journal of Psychology: A Biopsychosocial Approach is to study the phenomena of human mental processes and behaviour, based on the viewpoint that both mind and behaviour originate, develop and function due to close interaction of biological and psychological factors with social environment. Such holistic understanding of mental phenomena as well as human behaviour stresses the necessity of integration of different branches of science. Therefore, the priority will be given to the topics, analysing psychological issues within the broader context, including biological, psychological, and social aspects.


    International Journal of Psychology: A Biopsychosocial Approach encourages discussions between scientists and academic communities of Lithuania, USA and other countries, strives for collaboration of scientists, representing various scientific fields and branches, in order to promote the development of Psychology, and to expand practical implementation possibilities enabling to find the most appropriate solution of problems faced both by the individual and the community within the rapidly changing social milieu.


    The authors are encouraged to submit original empirical as well as theoretical articles, with diverse methodology and methods of statistical analysis, which would expand the knowledge in the field of Psychology, and (or) have importance for practical psychologists.


    International Journal of Psychology: A Biopsychosocial Approach has two sections: one is designed for peer reviewed theoretical and empirical research, and the other is for publishing articles of practical psychologists, selected articles of psychology students, book reviews, dissemination of information about ongoing projects, scheduled conferences and other relevant events.


    International Journal of Psychology: A Biopsychosocial Approach publishes articles in English twice a year. The journal is freely accessed on the internet.


    Since 2008 the Journal is referred in the Ulrich's Periodicals Directory. Since 2008 the Journal is indexed in the Index Copernicus database and Central and Eastern European Online Library (CEEOL). Since 2009 in EBSCO Academic Search Complete and LITUANISTICA databases. Since 2010 the Journal is added to PsycINFO Journal Coverage List. Since 2017 the Journal is indexed in Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ).


    All the previous issues of the journal could be found here.

  • Law Review

    The Law Review is a peer reviewed full text online scientific Law journal that strives to publish articles on variety of current legal and interdisciplinary issues in the context of globalization.


     Different categories of articles are published:



    • analysis of current legal regulation and its practical application;

    • scientific critical analysis;

    • highly scored student publications;

    • summaries (briefs) of the actual case law including comments and opinions;

    • current issues of legal regulation and its development.


    All the previous issues of the journal could be found here.

  • Social Work: Experience And Methods

    The mission and values of our peer reviewed journal are based on the social work concept defined by the International Federation of Social Workers. Social work is defined as a profession which promotes social changes, solves problems of human relations, empowers and emancipates human beings while strengthening their wellbeing. Journal Social Work. Experience and Methods aims to consolidate professional identity of social work in the articles which professionally analyze social work experience and methods. International Federation of Social Workers names social justice and human rights as the main values of social work. The mission of the journal is to consolidate these values in social work practice and theory. It is very important that articles published in this journal are based on the values of social justice and human rights.The mission of journal Social Work. Experience and Methods is to look for solutions of social problems, to seek for understanding diversity of the society, to analyze good practices, to present methods of change, to develop empowering ideas of social action. This way journal is a constantly developing social work knowledge forum which promotes construction of social work profession identity and development of social welfare.


    All the previous issues of the journal could be found here.

  • SOTER: Journal of Religious Science

    Scientific Magazine has been published since 1924 by Faculty of Theology-Philosophy at Vytautas Magnus University and renewed in 1999 by Faculty of Catholic Theology at Vytautas Magnus University.
    Peer reviewed, 4 annual volumes are published in Lithuanian, English, German, French, Italian, Polish and Russian languages.
    The Magazine is supervised by the Chancellor of the Faculty of Catholic Theology at Vytautas Magnus University, the Archbishop Metropolitan Lionginas Virbalas SJ.


    The are no author processing charges or submission fees for publishing in Soter.


    The sponsor is UAB Kauno švara.


    Journal is funded by the European Social Fund resources allocated for the project Publishing and coordinating periodical scientific publications within the framework of the Operational Programme for the European Union Funds Investments in 2014-2020.


    The facilitator of the journal is Can. Prof. Dr. Kęstutis Žemaitis.


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     All the previous issues of the journal could be found here.