Acta Oeconomica Pragensia
Acta Oeconomica Pragensia
Acta Oeconomica Pragensia
Scientific journal of the University of Economics, Prague

On the journal

Acta Oeconomica Pragensia (Print ISSN 0572-3043, Online ISSN 1804-2112) is a peer-reviewed scientific journal of the University of Economics, Prague, publishing results of applied economic research. It contains peer-reviewed papers applying both qualitative and quantitative research methods, including papers demonstrating the possibilities of using exact methods for supporting decision-making of various economic subjects. Other sections publish scientific professional communications, information from conferences and scientific congresses, and reviews of professional literature. It is published four times a year.

Acta Oeconomica Pragensia was founded in 1965. Starting in 1993, it has been published as a peer-reviewed journal officially registered with the Czech ISSN National Centre; it has been incorporated with the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic since 2008. It was added to the RePEc/EconPapers database ( in 2009. Since 2015, the journal has been added to a ERIH PLUS database and is indexed in Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), EBSCO (Business Source Corporate Plus), ResearchBib, ECONBIZ, Cabell's International, EconLit and Google Scholar.

There are no article submission charges. There are no article processing charges.

Executive Board

Jindřich ŠPIČKApresident, University of Economics in Prague
Markéta ARLTOVÁvicepresident, University of Economics in Prague
Ondřej ČÁSTEKMasaryk University, Brno
Roman HUŠEKUniversity of Economics in Prague
Lenka KOMÁRKOVÁUniversity of Economics in Prague
Petr MAREKUniversity of Economics in Prague
Tomáš PAVELKAUniversity of Economics in Prague
Ladislav ROLÍNEKUniversity of South Bohemia in České Budějovice
Hana SCHOLLEOVÁCzech Technical University in Prague
Pavel SIRŮČEKUniversity of Economics in Prague
Jaroslav STUCHLÝThe Institute of Technology and Business in České Budějovice
Petr ŠAUERUniversity of Economics in Prague
Ludmila ŠTĚRBOVÁUniversity of Economics in Prague
Jan Ámos VÍŠEKCharles University in Prague
Milan VOŠTAUniversity of Economics in Prague

Editorial Board

Vilija ALEKNEVICIENEAleksandras Stulginskis University, Kaunas, Lithuania
Charles Bradford ALLENPlymouth State University, Plymouth, New Hampshire, United States
Vladan ANTONOVICMCI Management Center Innsbruck, Austria
Peter BALÁŽUniversity of Economics in Bratislava
Tomáš CAHLÍKCharles University in Prague, University of Economics, Prague
Michal ČÁSTEKMinistry of Finance of the Czech Republic
Marcela EFMERTOVÁCzech Technical University in Prague
Martin HOLUBResearch Institute for Labour and Social Affairs
Milan HRDÝUniversity of Economics, Prague
Stanislava HRONOVÁUniversity of Economics, Prague
Jaroslav HUSÁRUniversity of Economics in Bratislava
Anežka JANKOVSKÁUniversity of Economics in Bratislava
LIU XinyingShandong University of Finance and Economics, China
Marie LIVINGSTONUniversity of Northern Colorado, Greeley, USA
Mansoor MAITAHCzech University of Life Sciences Prague, University of Economics, Prague
Jozef MAKÚCHNational Bank of Slovakia
Ivana MALÁUniversity of Economics, Prague
Boris MATTOŠUniversity of Economics in Bratislava
Ladislav MEJZLÍKChairman, University of Economics, Prague
Viliam PÁLENÍKInstitute of Economic Research, Slovak Academy of Sciences
Iva PECÁKOVÁUniversity of Economics, Prague
Ladislav PRŮŠAResearch Institute for Labour and Social Affairs
Štěpán RADKOVSKÝCzech National Bank
Etienne REDORAudencia Nantes School of Management, Nantes, France
Marek ROJÍČEKCzech Statistical Office
Luboš SMUTKACzech University of Life Sciences Prague
Werner SOONTIENSCurtin University of Technology, Perth, Australia
Jindřich SOUKUPUniversity of Economics, Prague
Philippe SPIESERESCP – EAP, Paris, France
František STELLNERCharles University in Prague
Jiří VOPRAVILCzech Statistical Office
Akira YOKOYAMAChuo University, Tokyo, Japan
Emília ZIMKOVÁMatej Bel University, Banská Bystrica
Pavel ŽAMBERSKÝUniversity of Economics, Prague
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