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ASEO Journal impact factors, cаlculаtеd аnd publishеd by Thomson Reuters, mеаsurе thе аvеrаgе numbеr оf citations pеr published article. Dеspitе thе fаct thаt thе simple metric cаn bе mislеаding, thе impact factor hаs bеcоmе, оvеr timе, а mаrkеr оf jоurnаl prеstigе аnd dеsirаbility.

ASEO Journal is currently working with the major databases and online resources, such as Scopus, Clarivate Web Of Science/ InCites, Google Scholar, IndexCopernicus, Pubmed/ Medline, PubMedCentral, Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), Chemical Abstracts Service, to track the ASEO Journal articles.

ASEO Journal is also working closely with Scopus and Clarivate products to ensure that citation analysis of articles published in this Journal will be available as soon as possible.


The EU and the USA have highly-productive, immensely-innovative and excellence-driven research and innovation systems. International cooperation between power nodes results in a constant knowledge exchange.[European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 692468]

Open Science is changing the way research is produced, accessed and utilised, and new and diversified ways of scientific exchange and cooperation are emerging. This movement is paving the way to enhanced cross-fertilisation of interdisciplinary research activities, which is critical to tackle complex research issues and societal challenges.[The European University Association (EUA), Belgium.]

Open access is made possible by digitisation. The motives behind its emergence are linked to the desire of making the fullest use of the possibilities opened up by computers and networks. [Future of Scholarly Publishing and Scholarly Communication Report of the Expert Group to the European Commission.]

Open access to scientific publications must become a reality by 2020. [Robert-Jan Smits (EU special envoy on open access).]

Research and development together with the latest production processes are the basis for the new technological developments of tomorrow. [The German Federal Ministry of Education and Research.]