The European Journal of Geography (EJG) (ISSN: 1792-1341) has been the academic e-journal of the European Association of Geographers (EUROGEO). It publishes papers and commentaries from across the discipline of geography and beyond, serving as a space for critical engagement. The journal is based on EUROGEO's goal to make European Geography a worldwide reference and standard.
In addition to serving as a source reference and archive of advancements in geographical research, EJG aims to provide a platform for communication between researchers and professionals concerned with the following topics:
Urban Geography, Transport Geography, Economic Geography, Environmental Geography, Cultural & Historical Geography, Health Geography, Geographical Education, Teaching Geography, Spatial Analysis, Geographical information systems (GIS), Geo-spatial Information Science, Cartography, Regional Science, Tourism, Cities, Spatial Planning, Sustainability, and Resilience.
The journal particularly encourages papers on innovative applications and theories in the fields above, or of an interdisciplinary nature. Submissions, however, are encouraged to have a European dimension.
EJG is a Scopus-indexed Journal that operates a double-blind peer-review policy (Q1 in Cultural Studies, Q2 in Urban Studies, Q3 in Geography, Planning & Development, Q3 in Demography).
All authors can submit and publish their work free of charge.
All articles are made freely and permanently available online through open-access publication.
CiteScore 2022: 1.2 - Speed/Acceptance: 69 days avg. from submission to first post-review decision - Acceptance Rate: 24%