About the Journal

Economics and Business Review (earlier as the Poznan University of Economics Review) has been published by Poznań University of Economics and Business Press since 2001. Its subject range embraces articles on economics and finance. The journal is open for contributions from economists and finance specialists both from Poland and abroad. The EBR provides a platform for academicians all over the world to share, discuss and integrate state-of-the-art Economics and Finance thinking with a special focus on new market economies.

The EBR invites to submit the original and unpublished articles. The journal is published in English only, with frequency four issues yearly. Texts are double-blind reviewed by independent specialists from Polish and foreign academic centres.

EBR is an open access journal. To submit, process and publish an article in Economics and Business Review authors are not required to pay any charge.

Economics and Business Review is abstracted and indexed by

Scopus, Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI),

European Refrence Index for the Humanities and the Social Sciences (ERIH+)

Sciendo, Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ),

EBSCO, Central & Eastern European Academic Source (CEEAS),

Research Papers in Economics (RePEc),

ProQuest, Central and Eastern European Online Library (CEEOL),

BazEcon, Central European Journal Of Social Sciences And Humanities (CEJSH),

Index Copernicus


The Economics and Business Review journal received a grant within the Development of Scientific Journals programme of the Minister of Education and Science of Poland. Years 2022-2024, contract no. RCN/SP/0242/2021/1, financing 73 200 PLN. The project aims to maintain and improve editorial standards, increase the reach and impact of the journal, and modernize the journal website.

Current Issue

Vol. 9 No. 1 (2023)
Issue 1/2023 cover

Recent times have observed an extraordinarily large number of shocks that shape economic systems worldwide. Nevertheless, it does not mean that questions raised in economic debate decades or centuries ago have lost their relevance. Just the contrary, they deserve even a more intensive scholarly interest against the backdrop of circumstances such as digitalisation, slowbalisation followed by the reverse of globalisation and climate change. What are the incidence and welfare consequences of tariffs? Under which conditions does the economy converge to the balanced growth path? What are the effective measures to mitigate negative external effects? Are financial markets efficient? Can privacy be considered as an economic good? The five papers included in the current issue of Economics and Business Review offer original contributions to answering these vital questions. They were written by six authors affiliated in Poland and the USA. The articles employ a variety of research approaches spanning from theoretical modelling to empirical studies utilizing primary as well as secondary data. Apart from the scholarly audience the research results may be useful for policy makers and practitioners. (Monika Banaszewska)

Published: 2023-05-30
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