Scientific Journal of Bielsko-Biala School of Finance and Law

Current Issue

Vol. 27 No. 4 (2023)
Published 30 December 2023

The Scientific Journal of Bielsko-Biala School of Finance and Law (ASEJ) (Alternative title: Zeszyty Naukowe Wyższej Szkoły Finansów i Prawa w Bielsku-Białej) - ISSN 2543-9103; eISSN 2543-411X - has been published since 1997. 

It is a quarterly publication with 70 points assigned by the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education (2024), ICV 2016 - 2023: 100.00 - assigned by the ICI JOURNALS MASTER LIST, indexed in Polish and international databases, cross-disciplinary, open access journal (OA) of economics and finance, security studies, management and quality studies, law, information and communication technology and social issues, that provides an advanced forum for studies related to socio-economic development. The Scientific Journal of Bielsko-Biala School of Finance and Law (ASEJ) is indexd in: DOAJ, CEJSH, CEEOL, BASE, BazEkon, ICI Journals Master List, ERIH PLUS, EBSCO, ROAD, GICID:71.0000.1500.1631, Google Scholar. The papers are published under a Creative Commons Attribution CC-BY-NC 4.0 license on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge. The published documents include original scientific research, global news, letters and commentary as well as review articles and  rigorous peer-review procedures to maintain a high-quality of publication are applied.

Originally, the Journal was published only in a paper version as "Zeszyty Naukowe Wyższej Szkoły Finansów i Prawa w Bielsku-Białej" (ISSN 2084-1809; eISSN 2543-411X), but since 2015, due to dynamically developing international scientific cooperation, it has been published as Scientific Journal of Bielsko-Biala School of Finance and Law in a paper and electronic versions (ISSN 2543-9103 eISSN 2543-411X).

The Aim of the journal is to encourage scientists to publish their experimental and theoretical research relating to social sciences in as much detail as possible in order to present the latest socio-economic phenomena and to promote scientific predictions and impact assessments of global change and development. Full experimental and methodical details must be provided so that the results can be reproduced.

The scope of the Journal is Economy, Law, Computers and IT, Internal Security and generally speaking social sciences.

Economy and finance: Payment solutions, Economic theory, Developing process, Sustainable growth, National and international income distribution, Productivity developments, Macroeconomic policies, Sectors of economy, Financial Markets, Asset Pricing, Financial Intermediation, Investment, Banking, Behavioral Finance, Financial Instruments, Futures Markets, Computational Finance, Financial Engineering, Financial Econometrics, Corporate Finance, Corporate Governance, Investment Policy, Risk Management, Public Finance, Management, Banking Systems, Financial Regulation and Policy. 

Law: Legal subjects, International law, Constitutional and administrative law, Criminal law, Contract law, Property law, Business and Corporate Law, National and Global Governance, Statutory Interpretation, Legal systems, Legal theory, History of law, Philosophy of law, Sociology of law, Legal institutions, Judiciary Legislature, Administrative Agencies, issues relating to legal institutions.

Computer and information sciences: Computer science & engineering, Computers and computation, Artificial intelligence, Cybernetics hardware & architecture, Information systems, Interdisciplinary applications software, Graphics, Programming theory & methods, Computer hardware and peripheral device, Computer software, Computer networking and Internet programmable, Programming languages, Applied mathematics, Security, Computability theory, virtualization, History of computers, information, Graphics. 

Security studies: Crime perpretator, Public Security, Security and Threat, Crisis management, Personal security, Human rights, Protection, Terrorism, Crime, Witness protection, Security, Violence and emergency response, Evidence based policy making and safety philosophy.

To maintain a high-quality of publication, all submissions undergo a rigorous review process. ASEJ also implements the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) guidelinesis and takes the responsibility to enforce a rigorous peer-review together with strict ethical policies and standards. Also undertakes efforts to counteract cases of plagiarism, data falsification, inappropriate authorship credit.

Scientific Council and Editorial Board are made up of representatives of different lines of science from a number of Polish and foreign academic centers such as for example Czech Republic, Slovakia, Spain, Portugal, Germany, Italy, Iceland, USA. 

Publisher: Bielsko-Biała Uniersity of Applied Sciences
Platform, Host, Aggregator: Index Copernicus International S.A.
Classification: Social Sciences
Keywords: finance, IT, social sciences, law, security
Country: Poland
Language: EN


Barbara Mikołajczyk
The Janus-Faced Attitude of Global International Law to Democracy
Anna Chorążewska, Jerzy Dajka
Limits of the freedom to perform the research profession and significance of research ethics and researcher’s deontology. A case study of respect for intellectual property rights when publishing research results – part I
Jacek Binda, Marcin Surówka, Tadeusz Ambroży, Andrzej Kędra, Zbigniew Małodobry
Strategic management and the economic efficiency of the enterprise
Joanna Toborek- Mazur
Tax benefits as a key motive for creating a tax capital group in Poland
Justyna Berniak-Woźny, Marlena Plebańska, Magdalena Wójcik-Jurkiewicz
University students' perception of employability and workability skills for the workplace in the digital era
Włodzimierz Strelcow, Iuliia Padafet, Anna Lintvarova
Exploring managerial conditions for the training of future international business specialists in the mode of mixed education.
Jolanta Szarlej, Aleksander Sapiński
Language of war in the Virtual Reality
Anna Podolak, Piotr Czech, Piotr Migo, Jolanta Pochopień
Manager's competences and the rights of those managed - a psychological approach
Agata Leśniak, Robert Sito, Anna Hojnor, Henryk Noga
Outline of historical and problematic development of technical education.
Henryk Duda, Łukasz Rydzik, Andrzej Soroka, Kamil Sokołowski
Rationalization of soccer training in terms of health effects of metropolitan smog and activity on the artificial turf
Katrzyna Cyrkun, Agnieszka Gajewska, Aleksander Sapiński, Zbigniew Małodobry
The state defence system in the structure of managing internal security systems in Poland
Agata Antczak-Stępniak, Magdalena Zaleczna
Act on Facilitation in the Preparation and Implementation of Housing and Accompanying Investments ("Lex developer") in the light of economic analysis of law
Michał Gnap, Rafał Pitera
Illia Klinytskyi, Maria Coady
Language Rights as Human Rights: Drawing upon Three Opposed Perspectives. Do Migrants Have Language Rights?
Iryna Bashynska
AI-Driven Personalization in Advertising: Transforming Consumer Engagement through Sustainability and Circular Economy
Zbigniew Tetłak, Marek Lachowicz
Poland's finances in the light of the multiannual financial framework 2021-2027
Ewa Kuzionko - Ochrymiuk, Renata Szanter, Piotr Niedzielski
Level of informatization of public administration services in the voivodeships of Poland in 2014-2022
View All Issues