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Comparative Economic Research. Central and Eastern Europe
Comparative Economic Research. Central and Eastern Europe

Publishing House: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego
Subject(s): Micro-Economics, Economic development, Socio-Economic Research
Frequency: 4 issues
Print ISSN: 1508-2008
Online-ISSN: 2082-6737
Status: Active

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Short Description

Comparative Economic Research. Central and Eastern Europe publishes original comparative analyses, as well as the results of empirical, comparative economic and social studies related to Central and Eastern European Countries. Within the context of economic and social science, topics of particular relevance include, among others, the following:

1. Macroeconomic issues, with particular reference to: a) economic growth and sustainable development; the theory and praxis of foreign trade; the theory and praxis of foreign direct investment; b) the globalization of the economy; c) labour market(s); d) financial market(s); e) exchange rates; f) technology transfer; g) development economics; h) European economic integration issues.

2. Microeconomic issues related to small and medium-sized enterprises, including the process of their internationalization and their ability to create innovation, including eco-innovation.

3. A comparative analysis of interdisciplinary issues in economics related to environmental protection, including selected aspects of mitigating climate change, the development of renewable energy sources in the context of EU energy policy, and the policies of international organizations in this field, as well as policies related to, among others, the development of sustainable transport, sustainable agriculture, and sustainable tourism.

The Journal aims to co-operate with researchers from different countries. We would be happy to collaborate with young postdoctoral researchers and scholars, who are welcome to submit publications to our journal.