We publish journals and books in digital format in several research fields, in numerous languages and immediately online in full and free form.
Our content is published as a result of:
All our publications (from single articles or essays to entire monographs) are equipped with a set of metadata describing them and DOIs based on the best reference standards, to favour the widest indexing in the most qualified catalogues and the collection of citations.
The Scientific Direction of each journal independently presides over the editorial and scientific policy; it takes care of the call for papers, the selection of proposals, the identification of qualified reviewers and the subsequent dissemination of the contents. All our journals are published exclusively in digital format.
Our series adopt a completely identical practice to that of the journals. Monographs and edited books are published under the responsibility of a Scientific Direction, which takes care of the verification of the quality of the texts and of the evaluation processes. Our books are systematically published in digital format, and in many cases also in paper edition.
ECF publishes monographs, miscellaneous books, conference proceedings and critical editions of original works. Explore the series in your sector, to choose the solution that best suits your proposal. Find an audience series you want to reach, and whose goals are compatible with your method.Find out more about choosing the right book series
You can submit a manuscript, both complete and partial, for preliminary evaluation and verify its interest for the purpose of publication. You can as well outline a project according to the series or thematic area of your interest. In this case, you can submit a project abstract for preliminary evaluation.
Once you have obtained a favourable opinion, or once you have identified the series to which to send your proposal, you can begin the preparation of your essay or monograph.Read the tips for writing your manuscript
The adaptation of your text to ECF editorial guidelines is an essential requirement for its evaluation and publication. Below you will find all the necessary information.Find out more and download the PDF with the editorial guidelines
Here you will find the guidelines and checklist for submitting your manuscript. Follow them to find out about the publication process.Read the instructions for the authors
ECF publications are evaluated according to rigorous scientific quality criteria, in accordance with best practices shared by research communities and international open access publishers. The published articles have indeed obtained the favourable opinion of at least two expert evaluators of the subject, through a process of anonymous review (double-blind peer review) conducted under the responsibility of the Scientific Directions of the series.Find out more about the editorial workflow
Before being published online, your manuscript will go through an editing and type-setting process. ECF will take care of publishing it quickly and according to the most rigorous criteria, as well as guiding you through the various stages of the process.Read the complete text
In order to disseminate your publication, we produce and diffuse quality metadata through Crossref and use the best indexes, catalogues and repositories to make your work known to the public. But ECF doesn't stop there. We also print and distribute the paper editions of our volumes.Find out more
In promoting your work, unity is strength. ECF is committed to supporting the visibility of your research by providing you with useful advice and collaborating with you to maximise its impact.Find out how to make your publication more visible
Explore the journals of your sector to choose the solution that best suits your research. Find a journal aimed at the audience you want to reach, and whose goals are compatible with your method.Find out more about choosing the right journal
Once you have chosen the journal that best fits your article, use the form available below to submit your proposal. The Scientific Direction will evaluate it and, in case of approval, you will receive a communication via email with the instructions for accessing your profile on the editorial platform. There you will be able to upload the complete and definitive version of your paper after you have conformed it to our Editorial Guidelines.Read the tips for writing the article
The adaptation of your article to ECF editorial guidelines is an essential requirement for its evaluation and publication. Below you will find all the necessary information.Find out more and download the PDF with the editorial guidelines
Here you will find the guidelines and checklist for submitting your article. Follow them to find out about the publication process.Read the instructions for the authors
ECF publications are evaluated according to rigorous scientific quality criteria, in accordance with best practices shared by research communities and international open access publishers. The published articles have indeed obtained the favourable opinion of at least two expert evaluators of the subject, through a process of anonymous review (double-blind peer review) conducted under the responsibility of the Scientific Directions of the journals.Find out more about the editorial workflow
Before being published online, your article will go through an editing and type-setting process. Edizioni Ca' Foscari will take care of publishing it quickly and according to the most rigorous criteria, as well as guiding you through the various stages of the process.Read the complete text
In order to disseminate your publication, we produce and diffuse quality metadata through Crossref and use the best indexes, catalogues and repositories to make your work known to the public.Find out more
In promoting your work, unity is strength. ECF is committed to supporting the visibility of your research by providing you with useful advice and collaborating with you to maximise its impact.Find out how to make your publication more visible
The costs are borne exclusively by the affiliation body of the journal.
No cost will be borne by individual authors, nor by members of the Scientific Direction, the Advisory Board or other bodies.
Guaranteeing quality publications requires dedicated and competent staff and a complex IT infrastructure for production and online publication.
ECF applies a fee for each published article or work, which is calculated on the basis of the overall extension of the text measured in folders (each equal to 2,000 characters including spaces). The minimum value of a folder is 4 euros plus VAT (4%). For any exceptions to the application of the fees, see the sections below.
The amount indicated above includes: the management of the peer review process, the editing and type-setting of texts and non-textual contents, a round of proofs with the Authors and a second round of proofs with the Scientific Direction, online publication in PDF format with attribution of ISSN and DOI.
1. Standard papers in journals and edited books
The cost of creating the Open Access digital edition of a standard paper is estimated at € 120.00.
Extension of 20 text folders, abstracts and keywords in English, body of the main text in Italian (monolingual), footnotes, out-of-text citations, bulleted and numbered lists, tables, bibliography.
2. Monograph or edited book
The estimate of the cost of creating the Open Access digital edition of monographic or edited volumes is determined by a multiplicity of elements and factors that must necessarily be weighed on a case-by-case basis. Among these, in addition to the characteristics of the text and its apparatuses, the times in which the publication must be carried out are also considered, taking into account both the editing process and the specific needs of the author and his research activities.
It is possible, in a completely general sense, to determine what are some standard characteristics compared to others that are not standard. This makes it essential to provide ECF with a detailed publication project, using the forms available below in the appropriate area. Based on this information, ECF will provide, in a short period of time, an estimate of the contribution required for the publication.
N.B.: the simple approval of the publication cost estimate is not a sufficient condition to consider the publication approved. The contents must first be evaluated by the Scientific Committee of one of our series and by specially appointed reviewers.
Extension of 200 text folders, abstracts and keywords in English, body of the main text in Italian (monolingual), footnotes, out-of-text citations, bulleted and numbered lists, tables, bibliography.
Increases on the minimum values indicated above are established by the Publisher, case by case, according to four main factors:
According to these criteria, a complete and formal estimate of the total cost of a journal issue, an edited book or a monograph will be presented to the funding body. Substantial deviations between the actual quantity and complexity of the published content compared to what was originally budgeted will be the subject of the final balance, which will be presented at the end of the work to the financing body.
The publication process starts only after the approval of the estimate by the funding body.
To find out more, please contact Edizioni Ca’ Foscari’s editorial staff at email@example.com.
The Open Access and copyright policies of Edizioni Ca’ Foscari are verified and accredited by Sherpa Romeo.
Sherpa Romeo (Rights Metadata for Open archiving) is an international database that aggregates and presents the Open Access policies of publishers and journals and provides a summary of the adopted copyright profile and Open Access archiving policies.
The database informs authors about the forms of pre-print or post-print archiving permitted by the Publisher in the publishing and copyright granting agreements.
Edizioni Ca’ Foscari’s profile can be consulted on this page: https://v2.sherpa.ac.uk/id/publisher/62419.
Edizioni Ca’ Foscari is present in Sherpa Romeo as an editor of both journals and series. This means that the policies ascertained by Sherpa Romeo must be considered valid both for journal articles and for contributions in edited and monographic volumes.
ECF publications are evaluated according to rigorous scientific quality criteria, in accordance with best practices shared by research communities and international open access publishers. The published articles have in fact obtained the favorable opinion of at least two expert evaluators of the subject, through a process of anonymous review (double-blind peer review) conducted under the responsibility of the Scientific Directions of series and journals.
The evaluation is carried out in accordance with and adherence to the scientific criteria indicated below, and to the editorial criteria of bibliographic completeness and formal consistency of Edizioni Ca’ Foscari.
Every scientific text must undergo a double-blind peer review. Certain types of texts are excluded from this procedure, such as: introductions, prefaces, editorials, reviews and the like. Based on the choices made by the individual advisory boards, texts or entire volumes deriving from conferences or other contexts that have already passed an evaluation process can be excluded from the double-blind peer review. In the event of failure to perform a double blind peer review, due notice will be given within the publication.
Revision policies for the different sections:
ECF is the University Press of Ca’ Foscari University of Venice. It has an Editorial Board that is made up of a coordinator and a representative of each of the subject areas of the University.
The Editorial Board receives, evaluates and approves each proposal for a new Journal/Series on the basis of the following criteria:
The Editorial Board of ECF works to ensure compliance with these basic criteria and has powers of control and veto over the work of the advisory boards of each Journal/Series, in case evident omissions on their part are found.
ECF provides all users with access to a peer review platform called ECFPeerflow, designed and developed by ECF itself. The recommended scientific evaluation standard is that of the double-blind peer review by scholars and researchers external to the advisory boards of the journals and specifically appointed by them.
ECF offers constant and timely support in the use of the platform through the email contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Scientific Direction of the Journal/Series is autonomous and independent in the conduct of the Call for Papers, in the choice of peer reviewers, in the conduct of the evaluations, in compliance with ECF policy and general warnings.
The Advisory Board identifies the reviewers exclusively from its own externals and it is recommended that they do not belong to the institution to which the journal is affiliated. Reviewers must have an adequate curriculum and an appreciable number of publications, preferably themselves subjected to quality control procedures.
Within the peer review platform, the Journal/Series has a specific profile, whose accountable and main manager is the Editor-in-Chief.
Compliance with regular publication according to the periodicity of the Journal is the responsibility of the Editor-in-Chief.
The assignment of the articles to the Reviewers is carried out exclusively through the ECF editorial platform by the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal/Series, who is responsible for meeting the review deadlines.
The Editors of each Journal/Series (Editor-in-Chief and Editorial Board) take care of the creation of the profiles of their Authors and Reviewers within the editorial platform, undertaking to enter – and keep updated – all their personal information.
Each article is uploaded anonymously to the platform by the Author and is assigned by the Editor-in-Chief to a pair of Reviewers. The Author and the Reviewers cannot come into contact with each other, not even indirectly, during the entire evaluation process.
To ensure the proper conduct of the mutually anonymous scientific evaluation processes of the articles (double-blind peer review), every care must be taken so that the identity of the Authors and Reviewers remains mutually unknown. Therefore it is essential that the Authors and Reviewers (if the latter attach their own documents to the refereeing form) – and any other operating subject – before uploading any document, remove from all the documents subjected to peer review:
ECF editorial staff verifies that the documents comply with the aforementioned editorial guidelines and has the right to reject and request an adaptation of articles not suitable for the standards of the Journal/Series.
The Reviewer has to determine if the document is:
If the document is ‘accepted’, the Reviewer has to specify if it is:
The Reviewer justifies his/her decision by filling in an evaluation form in which he/she expresses a qualitative judgment of the article regarding the following items:
The Reviewer has to select one of the following five levels:
However, for each of these judgments it is possible to add a discursive comment.
The article is considered as ‘rejected’ by the evaluation system if even only one of the two Reviewers rejects it. In this case, the Editor-in-Chief may submit the document to a third judgment.
If the Reviewers have requested changes to the article, the Author must provide a second version, whose acceptance will be subject to the favourable opinion of the Editor-in-Chief.
At the end of the peer review process, ECF further verifies that the document complies with the prescribed editorial guidelines and, if necessary, requests the Editor-in-Chief or the Editorial Board to adapt or to have the document conformed to the established standards. The process is then concluded and the editorial staff starts the process of publishing the evaluated and accepted documents.
The entire review process is tracked, stored and archived in the platform database, which resides on a server managed by Ca’ Foscari University of Venice. Authors and Reviewers maintain access to the archive linked to their respective profiles, where a track of all the activities carried out is kept.
The timing of publication of an article coincides with the periodicity of publication of the journals, which can be quarterly, half-yearly or yearly. As a consequence of this, the publication of a paper that has had a positive evaluation at the end of the peer review process will usually take place in conjunction with the first scheduled issue of the journal, except for decisions taken autonomously by the Scientific Directions that may decide to postpone the publication to the issue that immediately follows.
N.B.: ECF offers one more opportunity to reduce publication times. A paper that has obtained a positive evaluation during the peer review process and has completed its editing process is published online immediately and in advance of the scheduled release date of the complete issue in which it is included. This is a method of publication in progress of the issues that allows the early publication of the individual articles. This method offers an advantage for authors who have promptly submitted the proposal and passed the peer review. The articles published in this way have the same status as those published in a complete issue and as such can be used by researchers in the context of their academic activity.
The timing of publication of a monograph and an edited books varies depending on the time in the calendar year in which the proposals are presented and in which the manuscripts are concluded after the peer review process.
Indicatively it is necessary to consider the average duration of four phases:
The duration of these phases may vary in relation to multiple contingent factors (extent and characteristics of the contents, course of revisions, etc.), which will be assessed on a case-by-case basis and shared with the Scientific Directions and with the authors.
ECF plans its editorial calendar on the basis of four publication windows over the calendar year and considers programmable for publication within one of the 4 windows indicated below the projects that have completed the aforementioned phase 3 – i.e. they are ready in their complete drafting:
The projects completed in their final version after the end of September will be published between the second half of February and the end of March of the following year.
ECF carries out systematic archiving of all content published in the PHAIDRA perennial conservation archive.
ECF is the Press of Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, whose institutional archive is ARCA. Authors affiliated with Ca’ Foscari can, from the moment of publication, make the deposit of the full text in ARCA without the need for other authorisations. In parallel, ECF recommends that non-Ca’ Foscari authors make a similar deposit in the institutional archive of the universities of their affiliation.
ECF also uses the Internet Archive as an additional long-term international archive.
Crossref exists to make scholarly communications better.
We are member of a non-profit organisation that runs a registry of metadata and DOIs, and involves staff, board, working groups, and committees as well as a broad range of collaborators, users, and supporters in the wider scholarly communications community. Together, we are all working toward the same goal – to enhance scholarly communications. Everything is designed to put scholarly content in context so that the content members publish can be found, cited, used, and re-used.
Crossref helps increase discoverability and create persistent links between research outputs such as articles, books, references, data, components, versions, and more. Crossref members send their metadata – which include fields such as dates, titles, authors, affiliations, etc. – to Crossref, together with a DOI (Digital Object Identifier), which allows to always retrieve an object even if the website changes.
Through Crossref, members are distributing their metadata downstream, making it available to numerous systems and organisations that together help credit and cite the work, track outcomes and activity, and more.
You can find more information here: https://www.crossref.org/about/.
As a Crossref member, ECF participates to the i4oc initiative.
The aim of this initiative is to promote the availability of data on citations that are structured, separable, and open.
Structured means the data representing each publication and each citation instance are expressed in common, machine-readable formats, and that these data can be accessed programmatically. Separable means the citation instances can be accessed and analysed without the need to access the source bibliographic products (such as journal articles and books) in which the citations are created. Open means the data are freely accessible and reusable.
ECF systematically indexes all its journals in DOAJ.
DOAJ is an independent index that contains almost 17,500 peer-reviewed, open access journals, from all countries and in all languages, covering all areas of science, technology, medicine, social sciences, arts and humanities.
DOAJ's mission is to increase the visibility, accessibility, reputation, usage and impact of quality, peer-reviewed, open access scholarly research journals globally, regardless of discipline, geography or language. DOAJ will work with editors, publishers and journal owners to help them understand the value of best practice publishing and standards and to apply those to their own operations. DOAJ is committed to being 100% independent and maintaining its primary services and metadata as free to use or reuse for everyone.
ECF has obtained for its journals the DOAJ Seal that is awarded to journals that demonstrate best practice in open access publishing, long term preservation, use of persistent identifiers, discoverability, reuse policies and authors' rights.
Around 10% of all journals indexed in DOAJ have been awarded the Seal.
ECF systematically indexes all its journals in ERIH PLUS.
ERIH PLUS is an index holding bibliographic information on academic journals in the Social Sciences and Humanities. The aim of the index is to increase visibility, searchability and availability of the published contents. ERIH PLUS is an online service, and it grants updated data on European journals. The main target group of the index are researchers and research within a European framework.
The methods of publication of ECF comply in accordance with the requirements required by Scopus. Thanks to this, our journals are systematically eligible for Scopus and currently many of them have been accepted and indexed.
This line of conduct is also held by ECF with regard to specialist and sectoral indices in the various research ambitions to which the journals are nominated, in accordance with and according to the indications of the individual scientific directions.
Authors who publish with this Journal/Series agree to the following terms
The authors retain ownership of the copyright on the work and guarantee the publication of the same under the terms of a Creative Commons License (CC). The standard license level attributed is the 'CC-BY 4.0 Attribution', which allows others to share the work, provided that: they report in full form the reference to the original digital version; provide a link to the license assigned; and indicate if any changes have been made.
ECF proposes the stipulation of a publication contract for each journal article, each miscellaneous chapter and each monograph. Here, authors can individually decide to give their contribution a more restrictive Creative Commons license level.
The authors remain free to sign additional and separate contractual agreements for the non-exclusive distribution of the work in the version published by the journals or series, subject to compliance with the provisions of the previous point.
Authors are free to – and encouraged to – publish their work online before, during and after the publishing process, as this can lead to productive exchanges and relationships, as well as faster and wider dissemination of the published work.
Authorisations and waivers
Through these forms the authors can inform and guarantee us that the images in their papers are publishable as they are already free from rights or whose authorisations have already been requested and obtained by the authors themselves.
In order to publish iconographic resources within our publications, one of these two conditions must be met:
We ask the authors to use these forms to inform us and ensure that the conditions indicated here exist, or that the images are provided to us free of rights or that the author has already obtained the necessary authorisations from the persons in charge.
The names and e-mail addresses found in the journal’s/series’ site will be used exclusively for the stated purposes of the journal/series and will not be made available for any other purpose or to any other party.
To find out more, please contact ECF’s editorial staff at email@example.com.
Fondazione Università Ca’ Foscari, with headquarters in Venice (Italy), Ca’ Dolfin - Calle Larga Ca’ Foscari - Dorsoduro 3859/A, postcode 30123 (hereinafter “Fondazione”), in carrying out its business, pays the utmost attention to the safety and the confidentiality of its users’ personal data.
Fondazione is therefore the data controller of the personal data collected on the website www.edizionicafoscari.unive.it (hereinafter the “Website”) and wishes to provide you with information relating to the processing of your personal data.
The following categories of personal data concerning you may be collected by Fondazione (the term “personal data” means all the categories listed below, jointly considered):
Fondazione collects and processes your personal data in the following circumstances:
If you provide personal data on behalf of someone else, you must ensure, in advance, that the interested parties have read this Privacy Note.
Please help us keep your personal data up-to-date by informing us of any changes.
The processing of personal data must be legitimised by one of the legal conditions provided for by the current legislation on the protection of personal data as described below.
a) Management of feedback to requests for information or publication proposals
Fondazione will process your contact details, other personal data as well as – in the event that the request is made through the personal area – the personal area data, to allow you to receive our feedback regarding your requests for information or proposals for publication.
Prerequisite for the processing: execution of a contract or pre-contractual measures. The provision of data is mandatory to respond to your requests; otherwise, we will not be able to manage your requests.b) Access to the Website’s personal area
If you are Admin/Author/Project Editor/Editor/Reviewer, you can use the Log-in data and Personal area data to access your personal area of the Website. Please note that the access credentials to the Website are created by you, on the occasion of the first log-in.
Prerequisite for the processing: execution of a contract or pre-contractual measures. The provision of data is mandatory to respond to your requests; otherwise, that we will not be able to manage your requests.
c) Execution of dissemination activities
If you belong to the scientific community and your contact details have been communicated to us by an author, these will be processed to send you communications also relating to other publications, in addition to those relating to the author who reported your data to us, in order to promote the knowledge of literary works within the relevant scientific community.
Fondazione also processes your contact details in order to give visibility within the scientific community to the work of which you are the author. To this end, your personal data will be shared with Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, as well as with other authors, editors, reviewers who collaborate with Fondazione.
Prerequisite for the processing: legitimate interest.
This processing responds to Fondazione’s legitimate interest to promote the knowledge of literary works within the relevant scientific community.
The provision of your contact data is optional and failure to provide it does not have consequences on contractual relationships.
If you do not wish to receive communications of this nature, just click on the link at the bottom of each email or send an email to the following address firstname.lastname@example.org.
d) Management of purchase orders
Fondazione may process your Contact data, Personal area data, Delivery data and Purchase data to receive and manage purchase orders, supply products (e.g. publications) or services on the Website, manage activities relating to the cart as well as those resulting from and connected to the purchase order.
Prerequisite for the processing: execution of a contract or pre-contractual measures.
The provision of data is mandatory since, otherwise, you will not be able to manage your purchase orders and related activities.
e) Defence of rights during judicial, administrative or extrajudicial proceedings, and in the context of disputes arising in relation to the services/activities offered
Fondazione may process your personal data to defend its rights or act or even make claims against you or third parties.
Prerequisite for the processing: legitimate interest of Fondazione in the protection of its rights.
In this case, a new and specific data provision is not required, since Fondazione will pursue this purpose, where necessary, by processing the data collected for the purposes mentioned above, deemed compatible with this (also due to the context in which the data have been collected, the nature of the data and the adequate guarantees for their processing, as well as the link between the aforementioned purposes and this additional purpose).
f) Purposes related to the obligations established by laws, regulations or community legislation, by provisions/requests of authorities legitimated by the law and/or by supervisory and control bodies
Fondazione may process your personal data to fulfil its obligations.
Prerequisite for the processing: fulfilment of a legal obligation.
The provision of personal data for this purpose is mandatory since, otherwise, Fondazione will be unable to fulfil specific legal obligations.
Fondazione employs adequate security measures in order to improve the protection, security, integrity and accessibility of your personal data.
All your personal data are stored in our protected servers (or paper copies suitably archived) or in those of our suppliers or commercial partners and are accessible and usable according to our standards and our security policies (or equivalent standards for our suppliers or commercial partners).
We store your personal data only for the time necessary to achieve the purposes for which they were collected or for any other legitimate related purpose. Therefore, if the personal data are processed for two different purposes, we will keep such data until the purpose with the longer term ceases; however, we will no longer process the personal data for that purpose whose storage period has expired.
We limit access to your personal data only to those who need to use them for relevant purposes.
Your personal data that are no longer necessary, or for which there is no longer a legal prerequisite for its storage, are irreversibly anonymised (and in this way can be stored) or destroyed in a secure manner.
Below are the storage times in relation to the various types of purposes:
In any case, for technical reasons, the termination of the processing and the consequent definitive cancellation or irreversible anonymisation of the related personal data will be final within thirty days from the terms indicated above. With particular reference to the legal protection of our rights or in the event of requests from the authorities, the data processed will be kept for the time necessary to process the request or to pursue the protection of one’s right.
Your personal data may be accessed by duly authorised employees, as well as external suppliers – appointed, if necessary, as data processors – who provide support for the IT platform and/or for the provision of products and services, including Ca’ Foscari University.
You can contact us at the email address email@example.com if you wish to view the list of data processors and other subjects to whom we communicate the data.
Fondazione informs you that your personal data will be processed, for the purposes indicated in this statement, exclusively within countries that belong to the European Union (EU) or the European Economic Area (EEA).
The contact details of Fondazione, controller of the processing of your data, which you can also use for the exercise of your rights as described in the following paragraph, and of the person responsible for the protection of personal data (DPO) are firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.
Under the conditions provided by the GDPR, you have the right to ask Fondazione:
Prerequisite for the processing: in addition to the rights listed above, you have the right to object at any time – for reasons connected with your particular situation – to the processing of your personal data carried out by the controller for the pursuit of your legitimate interest. Furthermore, you can always object at any time if the personal data are processed for marketing purposes.
The exercise of these rights is free and is not subject to formal constraints. In the event that you exercise any of the aforementioned rights, it will be our responsibility to verify that you are entitled to exercise it and we will reply, as a rule, within one month.
If you believe that the processing of your personal data is in violation of the provisions of the GDPR, you have the right to lodge a complaint with the Italian Data Protection Authority, using the references available on the website www.garanteprivacy.it, or to refer to the appropriate judicial offices.Last update: 29 March 2021
The printed editions are provided exclusively for monographs and edited books published within our series. There is absolutely no provision for the printing of journal issues.
Print on demand
At the request of authors, editors or Scientific Direction, a minimum circulation of 50 copies is made, not intended for trade but for free distribution to libraries or other similar bodies. The cost of this print run is established on a case-by-case basis and communicated in advance to the lender.
In addition to the first edition, it is also possible to request other subsequent ones in a minimum number of 30 copies.
Commercial print edition
A further printed edition can be decided by the Publisher, subject to a specific agreement with the authors / editor, and is aimed at commercial distribution through the Publisher’s e-commerce, bookstores and online bookstores, as a further useful channel for disseminating the publication.
The dissemination of these printed editions is international and is carried out using the most qualified forms of distribution specialised in national and international academic publishing.
To find out more, please contact ECF’s editorial staff at firstname.lastname@example.org.
It is possible to propose to the publishing house projects of:
Proposals will be evaluated by the ECF Editorial Board.
The proposals will be addressed to the Scientific Departments based on the thematic area.
If you intend to submit a proposal for:
by consulting our catalogue, it is possible to independently identify the relevant journal and use the appropriate form available there to address the proposal to the competent scientific management.