Vol. 10 No. 2 (2024)

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As the complexity of economic phenomena increases, so do the expectations placed on researchers in economics and finance. Research should not only be methodologically sound and contribute to the existing body of knowledge, but also provide guidance to stakeholders outside academia. The current issue of the Economics and Business Review addresses these needs, as the research findings can be useful to various groups, such as legislators, governmental bodies, financial advisors and investors. It contains seven papers by seventeen affiliated scholars from Poland, Slovakia and the USA. They use a variety of methodological approaches, both conceptual and empirical, to investigate key research questions in the fields of public economics, financial economics, labour economics and behavioural economics. (...) (Monika Banaszewska, Joanna Lizińska, Konrad Sobański)
Published: 2024-07-05

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