AIM AND SCOPE
The aim of the journal is to provide scientists representing various disciplines with an interdisciplinary platform for the exchange of ideas and information and to promote effective land administration. The journal publishes both reviews and empirical studies presenting the results of surveys and laboratory analyses. The topics covered by the journal include land administration, technical and social infrastructure, spatial economics, social and economic geography, land management, real estate management, rural areas, environmental protection, protection of historical buildings, spatial planning, local and regional development, sustainable development, urban studies, real estate market, transport systems, legal regulations for land administration, and spatial management.
The journal's primary aim and mission are to disseminate information and provide guidance to the authorities responsible for effective land administration (local, regional and central), as well as scientists and teachers.
We invite you to publish innovative research that is aligned with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and meets the following requirements:
- universal concepts and solutions resulting from research conducted on large samples,
- interdisciplinary research conducted in international collaboration,
- research that builds upon the theories previously presented in ASPAL, with emphasis on their continental implications.