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ZEuS accepted for inclusion in Scopus

Our journal ZEuS (Zeitschrift für Europarechtliche 

Studien) has been accepted for inclusion in the Scopus abstract and citation database.  

Scopus is Elsevier’s source-neutral abstract and indexing database, curated by independent subject matter experts. By having content included in Scopus, scholarly publishers make their content discoverable at over 7000 of the world’s top research institutions. Content in Scopus is linked through citation mapping, so that users can see who cited a piece of content or look at what an author may have referenced to support her or his research.  


ZEuS received the confirmation of its inclusion in the Scopus database after the Scopus Content Selection & Advisory Board (CSAB) has reviewed the content of ZEuS and approved its coverage. ZEuS has been published by the Europa-Institut since 1998. The journal follows a broad concept with high-quality contributions devoted to current and fundamental problems in the fields of European integration, European law and international law. Also young researchers are frequently provided an opportunity to publish their work in ZEuS. This year, the 24th volume of ZEuS is published. The editors of the journal are Prof. Dr. Marc Bungenberg, Prof. Dr. Christian Calliess, Prof. Dr. Thomas Giegerich, Prof. Dr. Michael Hahn and Prof. Dr. Torsten Stein.   


We want to thank our authors and editorial board members for their work over many years that made it possible for ZEuS to be accepted for indexation. More information about ZEuS can be found on the website of our publisher Nomos or on the website of the Europa-Institut. Manuscripts may be sent to the managing editor Bianca Böhme (zeus@europainstitut.de) to be considered for publication in a double-blind peer review. 

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