- FEODOR KUSMARTSEV – Loughborough University, Leicestershire, UK
- MATTI ESTOLA – University of Eastern Finland, Finland
- ALAIN LE MEHAUTE – French National Network on Complex Systems, France
- SERGE GALAM – CEVIPOF - Centre for Political Research, Sciences Po and CNRS, Paris, France
- S. S. MISHRA – Dr. R. M. L. Avadh University, Faizabad, India
- KIYOSHI TAKAHASHI – Teikyo University of Science & Technology, Tokyo, Japan
- ANCA GHEORGHIU – Hyperion University, Bucharest, Romania
- GABRIELA ANGHELACHE – Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Romania
- IRINA DMITRIEVA – Odessa National Academy of Telecommunications, Ucraine
- SHUICHI KURAMATA – Hirosaki University, Japan
- LUCIAN LIVIU ALBU – I.E.F., Romanian Academy, Romania
- IOANA ARMAS – Hyperion University, Bucharest, Romania
- VESNA D. JABLANOVIC – University of Belgrade, Serbia
- ANDA GHEORGHIU – Hyperion University, Romania
- ANA-MARIA GRIGORE – Hyperion University, Bucharest, Romania
- PROF. CARMEN COSTEA, Ph.D. – Bucharest University of Economic Studies and Spiru Haret University – Romania
- ELENA PELINESCU – I.E.F., Romanian Academy, Romania
- NONA MIHAELA CHILIAN – I.E.F., Romanian Academy, Romania
- MARIOARA IORDAN – I.E.F., Romanian Academy, Romania
- CARMEN PAUNA – I.E.F., Romanian Academy, Romania
- WIOLETTA WEREDA – Institute of Organization and Management, Military University of Technology in Warsaw
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Paper submissions for Hyperion International Journal of Econophysics and New Economy is now open!
We have now opened up paper submissions for the conference. Please register your account now and submit papers that are ready for submission.
Hyperion International Journal of Econophysics and New Economy (ONLINE ISSN 2069-3508) publishes reports, theoretical and applied articles referring to the themes of the two scientific directions (http://www.journal-hyperion.ro/ ).
It is an online Journal divided by the numbers and volumes, each volume having two issues. The volumes are published online with a frequency of two volumes per year, each volume containing papers presented in the two sections: Econophysics and New Economy (http://www.journal-hyperion.ro/journal-archive ).
Econophysics is dealing with modeling various economic phenomena and processes using concepts of theoretical and applied physics especially of the statistical physics, thermodynamics, electromagnetism etc.
New Economy is a new direction to approach and study the economic processes, based on new technologies and discoveries especially in the field of information technology, automated production, and new technologies etc.
Submission due: Issue 1: May 1 and Issue 2: November 1
The "Instructions for authors" includes details for the paper submission requirements.
Publication fee: FREE
Article submission charges: FREE
( The journal does not have article submission charge. )
In order to submit the paper please follow the link: Paper submissions
All accepted papers will be published in the "HYPERION INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ECONOPHYSICS & NEW ECONOMY "(ONLINE ISSN: 2069-3508, B+ CNCSIS). The "HYPERION INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ECONOPHYSICS & NEW ECONOMY " is indexed in: Index Copernicus, EBSCO Publishing, DOAJ.
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Submission of papers
For Hyperion International Journal of Econophysics and New Economy, authors are encouraged to send theoretical and/or experimental contribution concerning up-to-date research.
Only original papers and invited papers in English are considered. To qualify for publication, papers will be reviewed by members of the Advisory Board using "Double blind peer review".
All authors retain copyright of their work. All authors are required to complete a license to publish form before publication – this form will be send to e-mail before publication.
Submission of papers must be made using the link Paper submissions.
Papers structure and preparation
The following structure of a paper is recommended: 1. Introduction, 2. Experimental (Theory, Modeling, ….), 3. Results, 4. Discussion, 5. Conclusions.
The first page must contain:
- Title of paper (main title underlined);
- Authors names and the institute where the work was conducted;
- Keywords, for indexing purposes;
The exact address complete, with a postal code of the principal author must be given. Add e-mail if possible.
In order to publish in the Proceedings of ENEC Conference, the manuscripts should be submitted in duplicate sets of illustration (of which one is original) typewritten doublespaced on one side of the paper, with a wide margin.
In case of the manuscripts in electronic form, the operating system and word processing software used to produce your document should be WORD for WINDOWS. The following rules for text processing should be used.
Main text and equations: Times New Roman 11 pt, spacing: single, first line; left indent 0,5 cm, alignment: justified
Footnotes, figure explanations: Times New Roman 9 pt, spacing: single, first line; left indent 0,5 cm, alignment: justified
Table content: Times New Roman 9 pt, spacing: single, alignment: center
References: Times New Roman 9 pt, spacing: single, first line; left indent 0,5 cm, alignment: justified, Author’s names – plain; Books titles – italic; Publication titles – plain; Tome no. – bold.
References will be consecutively numbered in the text and collected at the end of the paper in the following style for journals, proceedings, books and sites, respectively:
 D. K. Faley, A Statistical Equilibrum Theory of Markets, J. Econ. Theory, 62, 321-345 (1994) or D. K. Faley, J. Econ. Theory, 62, 321 (1994).
 I. Dmitrieva, Diagnolization problems in the classical Maxwell theory and their industrial applications, Proc. of ENEC 2008 International Conference, Victor Publishing House, Bucharest, Romania, 2008, p. 11
 R. N. Mantegna & H. E. Stanley, An Introduction to Econophysics, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2000
 I.Spânulescu and Anca Gheorghiu, Economic Amplifier – A new Econophysics Model, in: arXiv.org > q.fin > arXiv: 0707.3703, 25 July 2009
For papers written by economists the following style also can be used:
 Galam, S. (2002), Minority Opinion Spreading in Random Geometry, European Physical Journal B 25, pp. 403-406
 Amissano G. and Giannini C. (1997), Topics in Structural VAR Econometrics, Springer Berlin
Numbers of References .
Figures and tables must be introduced in the text with their legends.
The manuscripts should be as concise as possible.
Aditional information can be obtained at:
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Phone: 4021-323 41 67; 4021-321 46 67, Fax: 4021-321 62 96, and by e-mail to:
HYPERION University of Bucharest
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Title: HYPERION INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ECONOPHYSICS & NEW ECONOMY
Abbreviated title: H.I.J.E.N.E.
Editor-in-chief: Prof.univ.Dr. ION SPANULESCU
Publisher: Hyperion University
University Press Owner: Hyperion University Bucharest, Romania
Printed at: Victor Publishing House
ONLINE ISSN: 2069-3508