Professor Milan Brach (Professor at Charles University in the Czech Republic and Professor Emeritus at Charles University) of the Kyoto Computer and Graphic Institute (KCGI) was recently selected as one of four editors of The Czech Economic Review, a prestigious Czech-based journal of economic research papers.Professor Brach will be in charge of selecting and reviewing articles for publication.Professor Brach, who teaches courses such as "Advanced Systems Theory" and "Network Optimization" at the University, will also make use of his experience and achievements in editing papers in economics.
About The Czech Economic Review
The Czech Economic Review is published three times a year and aims to publish logical and demonstrable research papers on economics.
The journal's main emphasis is on mathematical and quantitative methods applied in a variety of fields, including leading microeconomics, public economics, and industrial organization theory.The geographical name of the journal merely indicates that it was started by Czech scholars.The share of international papers in the journal is about 74%, and is used by researchers all over the world.The editors are also national and international researchers.
In addition to publishing full-length articles, the journal features notes and reviews, plus surveys.In particular, we encourage young researchers to submit their research results, and our editors ensure that the review process is rigorous, fair, and expeditious.The approval rate for papers is 58%.
From Czech Economic Review, Charles University in Prague
Web site of the journal The Czech Economic Review