Publish open access with Taylor & Francis Economics
Explore our portfolio of fully open access journals in Economics
Taylor & Francis Group publishes high-quality Economics research across leading brands Routledge and Cogent OA. We offer a varied portfolio across Economics, wjth five fully open access journals and over fifty open select (hybrid) journals.
Browse below to find a journal that best suits your need as an author. You can explore our hybrid Economics journals here.
Economic Research-Ekonomska Istraživanja
2017 Impact Factor 1.137
Economic Research-Ekonomska Istraživanja is an open access, peer-reviewed journal publishing rigorous scientific papers in any field of economics – theoretical, applied or empirical – with special attention given to experiences of the transition from socialism to market economies in Eastern Europe.
Journal of Applied Economics
2017 Impact Factor 0.375
Journal of Applied Economics is a peer-reviewed open access journal, publishing rigorous scientific papers in any field of economics. Special attention is given to experiences of the transition from socialism to market economies in Eastern Europe.
Baltic Journal of Economics
2017 Impact Factor 1.000
Baltic Journal of Economics is a peer-reviewed open access journal that publishes innovative research within all economic disciplines. Articles relevant to the Baltic region are especially welcomed.
Indexed in the DOAJ, SSCI and four other international indexes.
Cogent Economics & Finance
Cogent Economics & Finance is a multidisciplinary open access journal publishing peer-reviewed research across the entire scope of Economics and Finance. Manuscripts are never rejected purely on the grounds of perceived importance or impact on the research community and replication studies are welcomed.
Indexed in the DOAJ, ESCI, Scopus and a large number of additional international indexes.
Publishing open access shares your research with the world, increasing your readership and chance of citations.
Larger audience: Open access articles are available for anyone, anywhere to download and read your research. On average, open access articles have eight times more readers than traditionally published articles.
Greater impact: As your research is freely available it can be accessed by those outside of academia, including international, central and local governments, voluntary organizations and field work agencies.
Creative Commons License: You choose how others use and build upon your work and share your final published article any way you want.