Polgári SzemleWelcome by the Editor-in-Chief
Dear Reader, I respectfully welcome you on behalf of the editorial board of Polgári Szemle, the journal of social sciences. This publication is the recognised specialised journal of the conservative intelligentsia, and in 2017 is in its 13th volume. From this year onwards it will also be published in an English language version to provide the international audience with scientific analyses about Hungary, research results obtained in Hungary and economic and social developments in the region. The publication has been reviewed and has been qualified by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. It is a popular publication space for Hungarian and international authors. Both the publication and the peer-review processes are subject to the highest level of moral and ethical principles.
Polgári Szemle – Civic Review Journal of Economic and Social Sciences This journal is published with support from the Szövetség a Polgári Magyarországért Alapítvány (Foundation for a Civic Hungary) and from the Pallas Athéné Domus Animae Foundation. Its strategic sponsors are the Edutus College and the Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church.
Polgári SzemleDeclaration of the Moral and Ethical Principles of Publication
As the journal Polgári Szemle (ISSN: 1786-6553) has adopted the double-blind peer review process, all the affected parties (the author, the editor of the journal, the members of the editorial board, the reviewer and the publisher) must accept the standards on ethical conduct. This code of conduct is based on the “Best Practice Guidelines for Journal Editors” of COPE (Committee on Publication Ethics, http://publicationethics.org/about). Decisions Regarding Publication The editor-in-chief and the editorial board of the journal decide on which of the articles received for publication are actually published in the journal. The editor-in-chief may be guided by the principles set by the editorial board of the journal, and can be restricted by the currently prevailing laws on defamation, on...