Acta Politologica (AcPo, ISSN 1803-8220) is a political science peer-reviewed journal published by the Institute of Political Studies at the Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University. AcPo publishes texts on a wide range of political science themes, including comparative politics, political philosophy, political sociology, international relations, European studies, security studies etc. The journal was established in 2009 and is published twice a year. The standard issues are posted online. Special issues are occasionally published in printed form. AcPo publishes articles both in Czech and English. The journal accepts for review original scientific articles based on the author's own research, as well as reviews, review articles, reports from conferences, etc. The journal is indexed with and included in Google Scholar, ERIH PLUS and CEEOL.
The Annual of Language & Politics and Politics of Identity (ALPPI) was formally launched in January 2007, as an academic journal published once a year with the financial help of Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University in Prague. The journal is an annual reviewed journal committed to exploring divergent scholarly opinions, theories and ideas of current international and Czech experts, and is a forum for discussion and hopes to encourage free-thinking and debate among academics, young researchers and professionals over issues of importance to language politics and politics of identity. The journal is designed as an interdisciplinary bridge between the research of language policy and political identities and as a means of providing fresh insights to the ever changing cultural and linguistic diversity in today’s world. Such topics are major concern to many scientists, artists, writers, politicians, leaders of linguistic communities, and defenders of linguistic human rights. ALPPI contributes to the growth of the field by publishing high-quality studies that help build a sound theoretical understanding of the subject area. It presents papers that deal with the widest range of cases, situations and regions.
Studia Territorialia (ISSN 1213-4449)
Studia Territorialia is a leading peer-reviewed academic journal focusing on History and Area Studies. It covers modern and contemporary history, and social, political, and economic affairs of the nations of North America, Europe, and Eurasia. The journal was founded in 2001 and is published twice in two double issues.
Czech Economic Review (ISSN 1802-4696) presents original, rigorously peer-reviewed research in economics with solid microeconomic grounds. Coverage includes both theoretical and methodological articles (game theory, mathematical methods in economics) as well as empirical articles (political economy, institutional economics, and public economics). The journal encourages also short communications (usually limited to 2,000 words) that provide an instrument of rapid and efficient dissemination of new results, models and methods in above mentioned fields of economic research.
The Central European Journal of Public Policy (ISSN 1802-4866) is a peer-reviewed electronic journal published in English twice a year. The aim of the journal is to provide academic scholars and professionals in different policy fields with the latest theoretical and methodological advancements in public policy supported by sound empirical research. It is a multi-disciplinary and public problems oriented journal which attempts to find a balance between description, explanation and evaluation of public policies and that encourages a wide range of social science approaches, both qualitative and quantitative. Although the journal focuses primarily upon Central Europe, relevant contributions from other geographical areas are also encouraged in order to enhance public policy research in Central Europe.
The Czech Journal of Economics and Finance (ISSN 0015-1920) is an English-language, double-blind refereed academic journal published in Prague since 1951. It devotes special attention to monetary economics, public finance, financial economics, and international economics, but it is open to high-quality papers from all fields of modern economics. The editors prefer empirically oriented papers, but do not exclude review articles or theoretical contributions provided that they are of high quality and relevant to the journal's aims.
Media Studies. Journal for Critical Media Inquiry. (ISSN 1801-9978)
Media Studies is a peer-reviewed journal published twice a year. The journal is not focusing on academic readership only, the periodical aims at offering theoretically and methodologically open, interdisciplinary-orientated discussion, accentuating the critical reflection of mass media social functions. The magazine will bring up-to-date theoretical issues and research into mass media and their users, both in local and global contexts. The Media Studies fundamental conception lies in publishing theoretical and empirical papers, translations of foreign-language papers, research reports, high-quality student papers, essays, reviews of professional publications, and current news in the field of media studies and journalism.