Editor Emeritus, prof. dr Života Radosavljević



When we launched our magazine seven years ago, our desire was to bring together scientific ideas about economics and law, areas that can not be separated and that are equally important for the development of society as a whole. At the same time, we thought about the need to critically observe and overcome both these two types of public activities of people. We wished that there would be controversy on the pages of the magazine, because we expected that there would be more cognitive light and that there would be less misunderstanding on the way we chose.The mission of the magazine is also the intention to present and appreciate the reach of both domestic and foreign experiences, all due to the critical theory of influence.

Over the past seven years, we have made great efforts not to succumb to the temptation to direct the concepts and institutions of economics, law and management from the last century.

We have long noticed that there is a variety of solutions for managing the economy, law, management… for technologies in these areas. Through our journal, we made them available to the public, both scientific and professional, in order to meet the changes and, why not, to create them.

In the choice of content, we were guided by the knowledge that there are many elements to which economics, law and management must pay attention. Some of them are: economic convergence, information-communication technologies in business, deformation of market competition, challenges of transnational and virtual corporations to domestic companies, creating images, brands…

Large social changes also bring new activities that are expanding and bring about market deregulation and foreign investment. Changes bring a new environment, new hierarchical levels, new responsibilities, and bring us into contact with new people or with same people in new roles.

All this leads inevitably to the creation of a competition of scientific explanations. In this game, our advantage should be this magazine which will also be an incentive for the spread of scientific thought and diversity in the field of economics, law and management.

For this reason, we are starting to index the journals in foreign databases, in order to expose the boundaries for disseminating our information and knowledge. In the following period, we want to be visible to the broad scientific public.

In achieving this intention, we count on, in addition to the experienced scientific staff, also on the scientific youngsters, PhD students from the scientific disciplines covered by our journal. It is our supply for the future – the filigree design of researchers for a new era of knowledge, as well as the critical and constructivist observation of reality.

We invite you to join us and give your contribution in spreading scientific dialogue.



Emeritus, prof. dr Zivota Radosavljevic