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 January 1, 2016.
The current PEP Impact Factor is 0.825.
News: Australian Business Deans Council (ABDC) published actual Master Journal List, Prague Economic Papers received Rating C.
Articles first published online
Adam Čabla, Ivana Malá: Modelling of Unemployment Duration in the Czech Republic
Zdeněk CHYTIL, Lukáš Máslo: Conceptualization of Historical Time in Post Keynesian Economics
Wojciech Grabowski, Ewa Stawasz: Sovereign Bond Spreads in the EMU Peripheral Countries. The Role of the Outright Monetary Transactions
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Nathan Berg, Jeong-Yoo Kim
Equilibrium National Border and Its Stability
Łukasz Goczek, Dagmara Mycielska
Euro Dominance Hypothesis and Monetary Policy Independence – the Czech Perspective
Eliška Vejchodská, Lenka Slavíková, Vítězslav Malý
Evaluating the Regulatory Burden: Pollutant Release and Transfer Reporting Costs
Dejan Živkov, Jovan Njegić, Vera Mirović
Dynamic Nexus between Exchange Rate and Stock Prices in the Major East European Economies
Petr Janský, Lenka Röhryová
The Distributional Impacts of Meal Vouchers in the Czech Republic
Bojan Krstić, Ljiljana Bonić
EIC: A New Tool for Intellectual Capital Performance Measurement