1. Where to publish

Publish your research

Once you have written or projected a paper, you can find in our catalogue the most suitable journal for its publication.

The ECF catalogue offers opportunities for publication in many disciplinary fields, in widely circulated and indexed journals. All our series are edited under the supervision of a dedicated Scientific Direction, which has the task of evaluating the scientific and editorial quality of the proposals and assigning their preliminary evaluation to reviewers qualified in the international context.

Proceed to the next steps and use the form available in 4. Submit a proposal to submit your project or your manuscript to the journal of your choice. You will then be contacted by the Scientific Direction, which will inform you about the publication process.

Find the right journal

It is particularly effective to have an idea of the journal in which you want to publish your research before writing the article. Choosing the journal before you start writing means that you can adapt your work based on the research already published by that journal. This can help the Scientific Direction see your article as a contribution to the ‘conversation’ already in progress in their journal, to refute, confirm or review it. Additionally, you will find that many journals only accept specific article formats and may have word limits and other restrictions. You can browse our journals by subject area here.

Pay particular attention to the Call for Papers published in the Info area of ​​each journal to identify searches for proposals in thematic areas particularly suited to your research sector.