Vol. 7 No. 3 (2021)

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The coronavirus pandemic has blatantly reminded us that fluctuations are the unavoidable element of economic processes. This calls for even more intensified research into their nature and countermeasures. At the same time a critical reflection on economics’ theoretical foundations is much needed. The current issue of Economics and Business Review addresses these demands by presenting the results of studies conducted by eight scholars from five countries: Hungary, India, Japan, Poland and Turkey. The authors harnessed both theoretical and empirical approaches to explore their areas of interest. It is hoped that the contributions will assist and inspire scholars for further research as well as provide policymakers with useful guidance. (Monika Banaszewska)

Published: 2021-09-30