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Research Papers in Economics and Finance
Research Papers in Economics and Finance

Publishing House: Wydział Ekonomii Uniwersytetu Ekonomicznego w Poznaniu
Subject(s): Economy
Frequency: 4 issues
Online-ISSN: 2543-6430
Status: Active

  • 2016
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Short Description

The Research Papers in Economics and Finance (REF, ISSN 2543-6430) is a new, professional, peer reviewed, e-journal of economics and finance. REF is edited at the Faculty of Economics of the Poznań University of Economics and Business, which is one of the few academic institutions in Poland to invariably receive a top rank (category 1) from the State Committee for Scientific Research.

REF is an open-access online journal, published in English as the primary language, with double-blind review and a creative commons license. The submission of papers takes place online via ref.ue.poznan.pl All submitted manuscripts are subject to initial appraisal by the Editorial Board, and – if found suitable for further consideration – to peer review by independent, anonymous expert referees.

REF covers scientific discipline: economics and finance. In the field of economics the submitted papers should focus on particular topics, such as micro and macroeconomic policy, the theory of economics, development, growth, fluctuations in the economy or in various sectors, functioning of the markets, spatial economics. In the field of finance the papers should examine all phenomena related to the financial sphere of the economy, analyse the causes and effects of the flow of capital, identify motives and criteria for economic decisions. The research area of these papers may include: a) in terms of the subject matter: public finance, corporate finance, personal finance and households, financial institutions (including banks, insurance companies, investment fund companies and pension funds), international finance; b) in functional terms: investing (especially when the aim is to obtain financial income), raising capital, financial markets, financial policy, analysis and transfer of financial risk, redistribution of financial resources (e.g. through the tax system). All submitted papers are expected to formulate hypotheses and build models for the relationships between real and monetary variables in the economy, as well as to verify them using empirical tests.