Lex ET Scientia International Journal
words from the editor
In the year 1996 the Nicolae Titulescu University had the initiative of valorizing the materials presented in the annual communication sessions by publishing them into a volume that would follow the periodicity of such manifestations. Therefore, the first issue of the publication Informative Bulletin appeared in 1996. In 1998 the name of the publication was changed into 'Lex ET Scientia', headline under which it continued to appear on a yearly basis, except for year 1998, when three issues were published. Until year 2000 the publication appeared in a volume upon ISBN code; since 2001 until the present moment it has become of periodical regime, upon ISSN 1583-039x. The periodical is focused on sciences in the social-humanist and economic field: economy, law, administration, sociology.
Of real support in ensuring the qualitative level of the magazine there was the teaching team of the University of Bucharest, Faculty of Administration and Business, fact which lead to the two universities’ concluding a convention regarding the joint editing of the journal. Along with the diversification of the research activity of the collaborators new quality norms had to be implemented, and the periodical faced new changes. Hence, the articles published in year 2006 and which are pending for the following issue resulted not only from the studies destined to the authors’ taking part to the annual scientific session, but also from researches independent of such manifestation. The redaction team was improved and undergoes a continuous qualitative transformation process, bringing together valuable names from the internal and international environment. All papers destined to the following issue have been drafted in accordance to the international quality standards aiming to include the authors in top journals and have been or are to be sent to be reviewed by specialists in their respective fields as per clearly established assessment rules. At the present moment, Lex ET Scientia is included in the CNCSIS records as B+ category magazine.