European Journal of Operational Research

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The European Journal of Operational Research (EJOR) is a peer-reviewed academic journal in operations research. It was founded in 1977[1] by the Association of European Operational Research Societies,[2] and is published by Elsevier, with Roman Słowiński as its Co-ordinating Editor.[3] Currently, it publishes at a rate of 24 issues per annual volume, with approximately 250 pages per issue.[2]

It is the primary journal for Europe-based studies of operations research, and is the world's largest operations research journal.[4] For most years since 1999 it has been ranked by SCImago Journal Rank as a top-quartile journal in information systems and management, management science and operations research, and modeling and simulation.[5]

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