Timisoara Journal of Economics and Business (formerly Timisoara Journal of Economics, 2008-2012) is a peer-reviewed on-line journal open to high-quality papers from all fields of modern economics and business. The journal will release two issues per year, one in June and one in December. The journal focus is on empirically oriented papers. However, good review papers or high quality theoretical contributions are welcomed as well.

ISSN 2286-0991; ISSN–L 2286-0991

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Timisoara Journal
of Economics
and Business


(since 2014)

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In preparation: Volume 13,  Issue 2


Table of content

1. Nyanga Takupiwa & Rosemary Sibanda - The Role of Social Protection Mechanisms in Propelling Job Satisfaction Among Workers in Armed Conflict Societies

2. Tomiwa Sunday AdebayoAbisoye Abolaji, Gbenga Daniel Akinsola & Victoria Olushola Olanrewaju - Asymmetric Impact Of Inflation On Foreign Direct Investment In Nigeria: An Application Of The Non-Linear Autoregressive Distributed Lag (NARDL) Model

3. Abdurrauf Babalola & Tunde Jibril Salau - Petroleum Pump Price and Consumer Price Index in Nigeria: A case for or against Total Subsidy Removal – Panel Dynamic Analysis

4. Roxana IoanPortfolio selection during crises using Principal Component Analysis

5. Iyad Snunu - The effects of the pandemic crisis on self-employed