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North Castle Books
Eastern European Economics
Editor: Josef C. Brada, Arizona State University (josef.brada@asu.edu)

Eastern European Economics publishes original research on the newly emerging economies of Central and Eastern Europe, with coverage of the ongoing processes of transition to market economics in different countries, their integration into the broader European and global economies, and the ramifications of the 2008-9 financial crisis. An introduction by the journal's editor adds context and expert insights on the articles presented in each issue.

"Articles ranging from 10 to 20 pages in length are authored by renowned scholars from various Eastern European countries and are well documented... in excellent English, making them interesting and enlightening to those professionally concerned with this field. Highly recommended for acquisitions by academic and special libraries with programs covering Eastern European economics and business. -Magazines for Libraries

ISI Impact Factor 2011: 0.333

ISI Ranking in Economics 2011: 252/320
 
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0012-8775 Vol. 52 (Jan/Feb 2014 - Nov/Dec 2014) 6

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Editorial Board
Wojciech Bienkowski, Lazarski School of Commerce and Law, Warsaw; Kamil Janacek, Komercni Banka, Prague; Marcello Signorelli, University of Perugia, Italy; Stoyan Totev, Trakia University and Economic Research Institute, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences


Table of Contents
March-April 2014
Vol. 52 No. 02

Guest Editor's Introduction
AARO HAZAK 3
On the Stability of the Catching-Up Process Among Old and New EU Member States
Implications from Bayesian Model Averaging
MARIUSZ PRÓCHNIAK AND BARTOSZ WITKOWSKI 5
Vulnerabilities Underlying the Impact of the Global Financial Crisis Across Europe
Emerging Versus Advanced Economies
VERA FRAGA AND MANUEL DUARTE ROCHA 28
R&D, Credit Constraints, and Demand Fluctuations
Comparative Micro Evidence from Ten New EU Members
KADRI MÄNNASOO AND JAANIKA MERIKÜLL 49
Currency Crash and Exchange Rate Pass-Through
A Tale of Two Crises in Serbia
ZORICA MLADENOVIĆ AND PAVLE PETROVIĆ 65
Does Higher Relative Participation in Higher Education also Mean a Higher Absolute Number of Students?
The Case of Slovenia
ZIGA CEPAR AND STEFAN BOJNEC 85

 

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