Prague Economic Papers
Prague Economic Papers is a representative scientific journal dealing with economic theory, modelling and analyses, problems of economic and social development. 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 March 21, 2017.
The current PEP Impact Factor is 0.825.
Articles first published online
Michal Gerthofer, Michal Pešta: Stochastic Claims Reserving in Insurance Using Random Effects
Milan Viturka, Vilém Pařil, Petr Tonev, Petr Šašinka, Josef Kunc: The Metropolisation Processes – A Case of Central Europe and the Czech Republic
Martin Hudcovský, Martin Lábaj, Karol Morvay: Employment Growth and Labour Elasticity in V4 Countries: Structural Decomposition Analysis
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