Age of Globalization [Vek globalizatsii] Editors-in-Chief:
Grinin L.,
Chumakov A. N.

Age of Globalization [Vek globalizatsii]

Journal Homepage in Russian: Век глобализации

ISSN 1994–9065
Registration Certificate СМИ ПИ № ФС77-27365, March 2007
Quaterly journal published since 2008

Editorial Office: Russian Philosophical Society, Goncharnaya Street, 12, building 1, appartment 128, Moscow (Адрес редакции: г. Москва, ул. Гончарная, дом 12, строение 1, к. 128, Президиум Российского философского общества ).

The journal is aimed at fulfilling the role in the field of global research and will become a creative platform where the specialists in different scientific fields will analyze urgent problems of globalization and its consequences, offer theoretical and practical solutions, evaluate (approve) and discuss the new ideas, give their reviews. Leading topics of publications in the journal are:

  • Theory of globalization and global studies
  • Economic, political, social, ecological, scientific and technological, cultural, religious and other aspects of globalization
  • Current global challenges
  • The analysis of the Russian position within globalization
  • Philosophy and history of globalization
  • The futurological aspects of globalization

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International Editorial Board:

Igor Abylgaziyev (Russia), Askar Akaev (Kyrgyzstan), An Qinian (China), Petr Blizkovsky (Belgium), Alexander Weber (Russia), Vladimir Grachev (Russia), William Gay (USA), Abdusalam Guseinov (Russia), Viktor Danilov-Danilyan (Russia), Thomas Clough Daffern (Great Britain), Tomasz Kamusella (Poland), Endre Kiss (Hungary), Andrey Korotayev (Russia), Ioanna Kucuradi (Turkey), Igor Liseyev (Russia), Ivan Masour (Russia), Akop Nazaretyan (Russia), Roland Robertson (Great Britain), Mikhail Sergeyev (USA), Vyacheslav Styopin (Russia), Wali Teymouri (Iran), Arkady Ursul (Russia), Ruslan Khasbulatov (Russia), Boris Yudin (Russia). detailed affiliation

Editorial Board

Khalil Barlybayev, Eduard Ghirusov, Irina Ivakhnyuk, Ilya Ilyin, Boris Kalachov, Alexander Katsura, Andrey Korolyov, Nizami Mamedov, Anastasiya Mitrofanova, Boris Rezhabek, Nikolai Rybalsky, Valery Snakin. see detailed affiliation

Mission statement
The Journal aim is to present the analysis of the urgent issues of the society, a social and philosophic analysis of urgent problems of culture, civilization, social determinism, periodization of world history and many others. The Journal publishes articles of philosophic and historical subjects as well as studies in the social and economic issues, philosophy of history, hermeneutics and structuralism, epistemology and ontology, global issues of modernity. The Journal presents theoretical articles and essays of outstanding thinkers, historians, social scholars, book reviews. The Journal is oriented at a broad range of readers: scholars, university fellows, all those who are fond of philosophy and think over the being and historical process.

Open Access Policy
The Journal is an open access journal. All articles are made freely available to readers.Our open access policy is in in accordance with the Budapest Open Access Initiative (BOAI) definition - it means that articles have free availability on the public internet, permitting any users to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of these articles, pass them as data to software, or use them for any other lawful purpose, without financial, legal, or technical barriers other than those inseparable from gaining access to the internet itself.

Procedure for the consideration and peer review of submissions to the journal «Vek globalizatsii» [Age of Globalization]

Submission of manuscript

1. Submissions should be downloaded via the electronic submission form at

2. The print version may be additionally but not necessarily sent to the Editorial Office post-adress.

3. Authors bear full responsibility for the correctness of given information, and the accuracy of the information on the cited resources.

4. Reviews are stored in the publishing and editorial office for 5 years.

Initial manuscript evaluation

All new submissions are screened for completeness and adherence to the Guide for Authors. Those that pass are then assigned to a Senior Editor for consideration for sending for peer review. To save time for authors and peer-reviewers, only those papers that seem most likely to meet our editorial criteria are sent for formal review. Those papers judged by the editors to be of insufficient general interest or otherwise inappropriate are rejected promptly without external review (although these decisions may be based on informal advice from specialists in the field).

The peer-review procedure of the submitted articles

1) All submitted manuscripts are read by the editorial staff.

2) Manuscripts judged to be of potential interest to our readership are sent for formal review. We do not release referees' identities to authors or to other reviewers unless a referee voluntarily signs their comments to the authors. Our preference is for referees to remain anonymous throughout the review process and beyond.

3) Typically the manuscript will be reviewed within 80 days. Should the reviewers' reports contradict one another or a report is unduly delayed, a further expert opinion will be sought. If necessary, revised manuscripts may be returned to the initial reviewers, usually within 1 month. Reviewers and Senior Editors may request more than one revision of a manuscript, and alternative reviewers may also be invited to review the manuscript at any time.

The final decision 

The Senior Editor is responsible for the decision to reject or recommend the manuscript for publication. This decision will be sent to the author along with any recommendations made by the referees.