Studia UBB Negotia is an international double blind peer reviewed open-access journal.

Studia UBB Negotia aims to provide a publishing venue where academics/academicians, researchers, professionals and practitioners can share their knowledge, findings and experiences through theoretical and empirical research papers and case studies.

Studia UBB Negotia covers the following subjects/areas:

  • business economics
  • business administration
  • management and marketing
  • microeconomics
  • international economics
  • accounting
  • finance, venture capital, business angels
  • growth of organizations and industries
  • entrepreneurship, globalization and innovation
  • hospitality, tourism and hotel industry

The journal is classified by the Romanian National Council of Scientific Research of Higher Education (CNCSIS) in the B+ Category.

Open Access: Yes

Publication fees: None

When citing this journal, please use the abbreviation: Studia UBB Negotia


Abstracting & Indexing:



We apply a policy of continuous submission so we invite the authors to submit their papers during the entire year in English.

The authors can submit their papers on a continuous basis.

Studia Negotia publishes 4 issues per year and are scheduled as follows:

Volume 1 – is due to be publish by the of March; volume is closed by March 20th;
Volume 2 - is due to be publish by the of June; volume is closed by June 20th;
Volume 3 - is due to be publish by the of September; volume is closed by September 20th;
Volume 4 - is due to be publish by the of December; volume is closed by December 20th.   


Paper acceptance. Copyright & Publishing rights:

Paper acceptance:

The papers written in the format indicated in Instructions for Authors should be sent to inside the announced deadlines.
The papers which do not follow the format would be automatically rejected.
The editors’ committee would also reject those papers which do not reach the quality level required for an academic journal.
The authors will be announced on the acceptance or rejection if their papers and about the suggestions made by the reviewers.
The review process might take between 3 and 6 months depending on the workload of the reviewers.

Studia UBB Negotia does not have a waiver policy for any author(s) affiliation.


Currently Studia UBB Negotia does not charge a submission fee nor a publication fee.

Studia UBB Negotia has a preliminary screening for plagiarism for all submitted papers.

For the plagiarism screening Studia UBB Negotia uses Plagiarism Software: and QueText

Studia UBB Negotia requires for all submitted papers the following Plagiaris statement to be completed and signed by the corresponding author.


(to be signed by the corresponding author when submitting the paper)

Plagiarism (unacknowledged borrowed ideas and unacknowledged quotation) is an offence and carries the rejection of the paper while the author(s) will be included on a scrutiny list.

I declare that, apart from properly referenced ideas and quotations, the present paper (with the title ------------) is my own work/our group work and contains no plagiarism.

The paper has not been submitted previously to any other journal for review and/or publication.

An earlier version of the paper is available on line at:

Corresponding author name:




Publication Ethics and Publication Malpractice Statement
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Copyright info:
"Transfer of copyright agreement"
When the article is accepted for publication, I, as the author and representative of the coauthors, hereby agree to transfer to Studia Universitatis Babeş-Bolyai Negotia all rights, including those pertaining to electronic forms and transmissions, under existing copyright laws, except for the following, which the author specifically retain: the right to make further copies of all or part of the published article for my use in classroom teaching; the right to reuse all or part of this material in a review or in a textbook of which I am the author; the right to make copies of the published work for internal distribution within the institution that employs me.


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