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“Econocedia” (e-ISSN: 2516-5828) Proceedings Series aims to publish and promote qualified contents of international conferences, seminars and academic forums on multi-objective aspects and themes of Economics, Finance and International Trades. Proposals will be reviewed by a board of editors to ensure the originality, quality and authenticity of materials as edited volumes. Topics of coverage by “Econocedia” include, But not limited to:

Economics (general), Financial Management, Policies and Monetary Services, Regional and Global Development and Econometrics.


“Econocedia” follows Open Access publishing policies for all groups of readers, editors and reviewers as well as contributed authors.


Conference organizers and editors who are interested in publishing an edition should send an email includes conference title, organizer(s), editors' information and conference website (if any) to publications@cambridgeint.uk in order to make an inquiry. Once a proposal is confirmed, conference organizers and editors will be informed about submitting, reviewing and publishing procedures. 


Copyright & Publication Ethics Statements:


  • Authors Rights Approval 
Econocedia aims to keep the information of authors rights and not disclosing them with other parties without authors consents. 
  • Independence on Reviewing
Papers and proceedings editions reviewing is independent which means that a reviewer's comment and opinion shouldn't make effect to other reviewers' comments.
  • Blind Review Process
Review process is a mandatory stage to confirm and accept the proposals for publishing in Econocedia editions. There is no opportunity to publish a paper without passing a peer review process and confirming by conference proceedings editor(s). Once a paper is reviewed and accepted by proceedings editor(s), it will be scheduled for publishing accordingly.
  • Conflicts of Interests Declaration
Authors and conference organizers must declare and confirm there is no conflict of interests with their submissions and other materials.