Fuzzy Economic Review, edited by the International Association for Fuzzy Set Management and Economy (SIGEF) and the Foundation for Management Studies under Uncertainty (FEGI), was founded in 1996. Its foundation is the result of the desire expressed by members of SIGEF at the First International Congress of the Association held in Reus, 1995.
Our journal is a mutidisciplinary forum for research on decision theory and the economics of uncertainty. Fuzzy Economic Review welcomes both theoretical and empirical papers. We will particularly consider high quality papers that deal with all kinds of methods to represent and manipulate uncertain and vague information, and specially their application to business and economic problems.
Among the topics covered in the journal are: Fuzzy logic, fuzzy modelling in economics, fuzzy game theory, expert systems, intelligent decision-making systems, soft computing, pattern recognition, cluster analysis, artificial neural networks, genetic algorithms, time series modelling, wavelets, numericaL methods, complex systems, and big data.
Peer review plays a central role in scientific publishing. Our journal uses double-blind peer review and publishes two issues per year. Papers are reviewed by two independent reviewers (three in case of deep disagreement).