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The Polish Yearbook of International Law is pleased to announce that it has been accepted for indexing in the European Reference Index for the Humanities and the Social Sciences (ERIH PLUS). ERIH was initially created by the Science Foundation (ESF), which subsequently transferred the database to the Norwegian Centre for Research Data for the maintenance and operations. The name of the new database is ERIH PLUS. The inclusion of the Polish Yearbook of International Law in the ERIH PLUS demonstrates our continuous dedication to providing high quality content to our readers.
Dear Readers, We are pleased to present you with the latest volume of the Polish Yearbook of International Law (36/2016). Following our tradition, it is divided into three sections: articles, Polish practice in international law, and book reviews. In addition, at the beginning of the volume we have including a memorial to the academic life and work of Jan Kolasa, the distinguished Polish professor of international law from Wrocław University, who sadly passed away last year (by Bartłomiej Krzan). As you will notice, the volume does not contain the usual “Polish bibliography in international and European law”. There are two reasons for the discontinuance of this section. First, we have noticed that the download statistics for the document are declining, suggesting that our readers do not find this list so useful anymore. Second, and probably more importantly, due to some recent changes in the electronic databases from which we usually collected our information, we are unable to create a comprehensive list that would provide a full picture of the current state of the academic work in this field. Of course we will reconsider our decision if there are any changes in the future. As far as the current volume is
We are glad to inform you that Polish Yearbook of International Law was included in the latest edition of the list of scientific periodicals which was published at the end of 2015 by the Polish Minister of Science and Higher Education. PYIL was placed in section B of the list and received 14 points. Consequently, our yearbook has now the highest score among Polish legal journals. The complete list of all section B scientific periodicals can be found at: bit.ly/2FxtlPa (only in Polish).
The Polish Yearbook of International Law is pleased to announce that it has been accepted for indexing in the Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI), a new edition of Web of Science™. Content in this index is under consideration by Thomson Reuters to be accepted in the Science Citation Index Expanded™, the Social Sciences Citation Index®, and the Arts & Humanities Citation Index®. The quality and depth of content Web of Science offers to researchers, authors, publishers, and institutions sets it apart from other research databases. The inclusion of the Polish Yearbook of International Law in the ESCI demonstrates our dedication to providing the most relevant and influential legal content to our readers.
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