The Journal INDECS is devoted to the field emerging rapidly as an intricate combination of theoretically and empirically well founded scientific disciplines such as humanities, social and natural sciences, still enriched with novel elements and often surprising moments. The journal aims to contribute to this sparsely covered field, where metaphorical expressions about our world and its various segments subtly develop into concepts and further into well-defined, more quantifiable, measurable, predictable and operable structures.
In this sense, the articles included generally cover areas such as concept development and modelling, as well as others that contribute to a quantification of impressions and henceforth to a deepening of understanding of human societies and other complex systems, including aspects of our environment.
The Journal predicted audience are scientists and experts with a background in natural or social sciences, as well as anyone else interested in the description of complex, predominantly human systems.
INDECS publishes original, peer-reviewed, scientific contributions prepared as reviews, regular and conference papers and brief and preliminary reports.
peer review, international peer review, double, only scientific papers, double blind review
First year of publication: 2003
Frequency (annually): 4
Scientific disciplines and subdisciplines:
Mathematics; Physics; Geology; Chemistry; Biology; Geophysics; Interdisciplinary Natural Sciences; Architecture and Urbanism; Electrical Engineering; Civil Engineering; Chemical Engineering; Computing; Mechanical Engineering; Traffic and Transport Technology; Aviation, Rocket and Space Technology; Basic Technical Sciences; Interdisciplinary Technical Sciences; Basic Medical Sciences; Public Health and Health Care; Agronomy; Interdisciplinary Technical Sciences; Economics; Law; Political Science; Information and Communication Sciences; Sociology; Psychology; Pedagogy; Education/Rehabilitation Sciences; Demography; Social Activities; Interdisciplinary Social Sciences; Philosophy; Theology; History; Archeology; Ethnology and Anthropology; Interdisciplinary Humanistic Studies; Cognitive Science (Natural, Technical, Biomedical and Healthcare, Social and Humanistic Sciences); Educational Sciences (Child and Educational Psychology, Sociology of Education, Political Science of Education, Economics of Education, Anthropology of Education, Neurosciences and Early Learning, Educational Disciplines); Project Management;
Date added to HRČAK: 1 March 2006
Complete Journal content is available. It can be freely used with proper referencing.
Subscription to printed edition is in details described on the Journal official web page.
During 2003-2011 two issues per volume were published, in 2012 three issues per volume were published. From 2013 four issues are published annually.