Price Policy

The Uzbek Journal of Law and Digital Policy offers authors the option of publishing their articles under an open access model, allowing anyone with an internet connection to access the article for free. Authors who choose the open access option may be required to pay an article processing fee to cover the costs of publication.

There is a  price policy for an international journal for authors:

  1. Article Processing Charge (APC): The Uzbek Journal of Law and Digital Policy charges an Article Processing Charge (APC) of  for each accepted manuscript. This fee covers the cost of publishing and providing access to the articles.

  2. Waiver Policy: Waivers or discounts may be provided to the student authors based on financial hardship or other reasons at the discretion of the editorial board.

  3. Payment Methods: The APC can be paid via Credit Card, PayPal, or bank transfer.

  4. VAT (Value-Added Tax): Authors based in countries that require VAT payment must pay the additional VAT amount along with the APC.

  5. Refund Policy: Article processing charges will not be refunded once the manuscript has been published.

Pricing for Authores:

The editorial team of the Uzbek Journal of Law and Digital Policy has decided to implement a zero-price policy for authors submitting their articles to the journal. Starting with the first issue, authors will not be charged a fee for submitting their articles. This policy applies to all types of writers, regardless of affiliation or background.

It is important to note that this policy will only be applicable for a limited time, specifically for the first few issues of the journal. Furthermore, the editorial board reserves the right to change this policy at any time without prior notice.

We believe that this pricing policy will  encourage high-quality submissions from authors who are serious about contributing to the field of law and policy.

We look forward to receiving your submissions and hope that you find our pricing policy fair and reasonable.


The Editorial Team of the Uzbek Journal of Law and Digital Policy