Professor Józef M. Fiszer, PhD habil. - editor-in-chief,
Professor Dariusz K. Rosati, PhD habil. - deputy editor-in-chief,
Paweł Olszewski, PhD - secretary
Andrzej Podraza, PhD habil.
Professor Zdzisław Puślecki, PhD habil.
Professor Janusz J. Węc, PhD habil.
Konstanty A. Wojtaszczyk,
Natallia Artsiomenka - Belarusian language, Russian language
Grzegorz Butrym - English language
Martin Dahl, PhD - German language
Adam Figurski - English language
Maria Furman - Polish language
Ostap Kushnir, PhD - Ukrainian language
Elwira Stefańska - Russian language
Wojciech Bieńkowski, PhD habil.
Bogna Gawrońska-Nowak, PhD habil.
Paweł Najechalski, PhD
economics – Professor Dariusz K. Rosati, PhD habil.
political science, international relations, European studies – Professor Józef M. Fiszer, PhD habil.
law – Professor Zbigniew Lasocik, PhD habil.
finance and banking – Piotr Stolarczyk, PhD
statistics – Krystyna Bąk, PhD
management – Professor Jerzy Kisielnicki PhD habil.
Decision on publication
The Editor-in-Chief must obey laws on libel, copyright and plagiarism in their jurisdictions and is responsible for the decisions which of the submitted articles should be published. The Editor may consult with the Associate Editors and/or reviewers in making publication decisions. If necessary, the Advisory Board’s opinion is also taken into consideration. The decision to publish an article may be constrained by the risk of potential libel, copyright or other intellectual property infringement, plagiarism or self-plagiarism and doubts concerning authorship or co-authorship, i.e. the so-called ghost and guest authorship.
No member of the Editorial Board is entitled to reveal information on a submitted work to any person other than the one authorised to be informed in the course of the editorial procedure, its author, reviewers, potential reviewers, editorial advisors or the Publisher. The Editor does not provide authors with the information about reviewers and vice versa.
Conflict of interests and its disclosure
Unpublished articles or their fragments cannot be used in the Editorial Board staff’s or reviewers’ own research without an author’s explicit consent in writing. The Editor does not appoint reviewers who are authors’. subordinates or are in other direct personal relationships (if the Editor knows about them).