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Prague Economic Papers
University of Economics, Prague

Prague Economic Papers

Prague Economic Papers (ISSN 1210-0455 (print), ISSN 2336-730X (online)) is a representative scientific journal dealing with economic and financial theory, modelling and empirical analysis. The journal focuses mainly on publishing of articles that bring new original insights into economic and financial theory and modelling, the innovative approaches in the econometric modelling, and the results of empirical analyses that can be generalized or that can be inspiring for empirical analyses in other economic spaces. It presents information about scientific life and new interesting economic literature published. The main aim of the Prague Economic Papers is to publish articles that will be interesting to both theoretically and practically directed readers. As a 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.

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