Eurasia Center to start its own scientific journal the Eurasia Review
For publication, a one-time honorarium (HUF 30,000) will be paid offered by Eurasia Center
Eurasia Center of Corvinus University of Budapest supported by the Magyar Nemzeti Bank, the central bank of Hungary will start its own scientific journal. The very first, special issue will concentrate on the rise of Eurasia. Once an article is accepted for publication, a one-time honorarium (HUF 30,000) will be paid offered by Eurasia Center.
By the 21st century it has become apparent that a new world order is in the making. It is characterized by the simultaneous appearance of multilateral cooperation, integration, protectionism and unilateralism. The recent geopolitical, economic, technological and social changes are the fundamental factors shaping our future and challenging the world on the level of nations and individuals alike. The epicenter of the on-going geopolitical transformation is undoubtedly Eurasia, the fusion of much diverse cultures, mindsets and policies. We are seeking submissions in the following topics:
Geopolitics: Amid the novel coronavirus, Eurasia became the epicentres of the current geopolitical transformation processes, and the improvement can be endless. Regarding to the current global uptrend of the sustainable development goals and achievements, the further improvement of the Eurasian geopolitical liaisons can produce adequate common solution ways.
Infrastrucutre, connectivity and culture: China’s Belt and Road Initiative is akey artery connecting the east and the west. Eurasia has a strategic transit
location at the crossroads of key transport, trade and culture corridors.
Economics: The power of geopolitical decision-making processes can deeply determine the future development of the Eurasian economic relations after COVID-19, owing to the possibility of an even more comprehensive and fruitful cooperation.
Multilaterial Cooperation: To recover from global crisis after pandemic requires international cooperation, therefore multilateral institutions have a key role as well in creation and execution of strategies in economical reopening and sustainable development since they are authorized to give guidance on necessary changes in all sphere including in economy, society and governance as well.
Finance: The ongoing changes and developments created the need of the revival of economic thinking, in which the central element is not only growth, but sustainability as well. Taking into consideration the deterioration in the international outlook, productivity of the Eurasian economics is the key to rebuild the predictable growth and deepen the partnerships at transcontinental level. After the financial crisis of 2008, the financial system experienced the emergence of digital and FinTech services which can change the traditional role of the banking system and payments as well and the recent pandemic can accelerate this process.
Educational and Technological Cooperation: There are many factors we should consider while preparing for the years ahead: the growing importance of education, cutting-edge technologies, such as AI or robotics, ensuring social inclusion and welfare and preserving our environment and resources – just to mention of few. Today, the so-called ‘Health Silk Road’ is one of the key channels for the medical and technological cooperation in the world.
Abstracts and manuscripts should be sent to the following email address: email@example.com Papers will be peer-reviewed by the experts of the field. Manuscripts will be reviewed by taking into consideration the objectivity, originality, scientific performance, etc. For the Instruction for authors please see next page. The top 20 papers will be published in hard copy, the others in the form of E-books. Should you have any questions please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org.