INFORMATION from the editorial team. INFORMATION des Redaktionsteams. INFORMATSIOON ajakirja toimkonnalt
AbstractThis international research journal (publication) has been published since 2007 (once a year) and 2011 (twice a year).2 The journal developed as a successor of collections of research papers published in 1984–2006. The subjects of the papers have covered economic policies and their subject areas of many countries on the basis of case studies from one or several countries and considering their mutual relations and comparisons. Besides Estonian economic policy, the papers have treated economic policies of many countries, such as Canada, China, Czech Republic, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Japan, Latvia, Lithuania, Russia, Slovakia, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine, United Kingdom, U.S.A. Also other countries have been studied to a lesser extent. Economic policies of the following regions, associations or subject areas have been treated: Europe and the European Union, EU regions, European green capitals, the Baltic States and the Scandinavian region, Eastern and Central Europe, Northern Europe, OECD countries, etc. In addition to traditional areas of economic policy the papers have treated also the issues of finances of the public sector; regional development and development problems of local municipalities, above all the need for and possible directions of the administrative reform; the financial system of the EU; the support structures and support models of the EU; monetary policy and currency exchange rates; eurozone problems; financial and economic crisis; globalisation of the economy; different economic policies to support business development; positions of J.M. Keynes, and many other complex areas. Authors of papers published until now have represented the following countries: Austria, China, Czech Republic, Estonia, Germany, Hungary, Latvia, Russia, Slovakia. Besides the above-mentioned countries also Belgium, Finland, France, Lithuania and Poland were represented by authors of papers published before 2007. The editorial team would like to see in the future an even broader geography of economic policy of papers published in the journal. Papers published in this journal are presented and distributed by the following international databases: DOAJ, EBSCO, ECONIS, ESO, SSRN.
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Raudjärv, M. (1). INFORMATION from the editorial team. INFORMATION des Redaktionsteams. INFORMATSIOON ajakirja toimkonnalt. Estonian Discussions on Economic Policy, 23(1). https://doi.org/10.15157/tpep.v23i1.12260
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