Prague Economic Papers
Prague Economic Papers is a representative scientific journal dealing with economic theory, modelling and analyses, problems of economic and social development of the Czech Republic and other economies. It presents information about scientific life and new relevant economic literature. The aim of the Prague Economic Papers is to publish high-quality papers and analytical studies that will be interesting to both theoretically and practically specialized readers. As a peer reviewed scientific journal it has been published since 1992 by the University of Economics, Prague.
Prague Economic Papers is indexed in Thomson Reuters products: Social Sciences Citation Index, Social Scisearch and Journal Citation Report/Social Sciences Edition, in Elsevier's A&I database Scopus, in EconLit and RePEc/EconPapers electronic databases.
Reference style was updated from January 1, 2016.
The current PEP Impact Factor is 0.500.
Articles first published online
Edyta Marcinkiewicz: Short Sale and Index Futures Mispricing: Evidence from the Warsaw Stock Exchange
Barış Gök, Abdurrahman Nazif Çatık: Is There Any Time-Varying Relationship between Fiscal and Trade Deficits in Turkey?
Chyi-Lu Jang, Chun-Ping Chang: Vote Buying and Victory of Election: The Case of Taiwan
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Irina Raluca Busuioc Witowschi, Florin Alexandru Luca
Bank Capital, Risk and Performance in European Banking. A Case Study on Seven Banking Sectors
Frank Lefley, Josef Hynek, Václav Janeček
Formal Assessments, Teams and Influence of a Project Champion in the Selection of ICT Projects: A Czech Republic and UK Study
Krzysztof Borodako, Ivan Kozic
Cooperation Patterns in the Tourism Business: The Case of Poland
Piotr Krajewski, Michal Mackiewicz, Agata Szymańska
Fiscal Sustainability in Central and Eastern European Countries - A Post-Crisis Assessment
Marta Grossmanová, Pavol Kita, Marta Žambochová
Segmentation of Consumers in the Context of their Space Behaviour: Case Study of Bratislava
Fisher and Mises on Zero Interest: A Reconsideration
Alexandar Grubor, Nikola Milićević, Nenad Djokic
The Effect of Inventory Level on Product Availability and Sale
Pavla Klepková Vodová
Original Bilingual Publication on Banking