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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In preparation: volume 16, year 2023.

Titles accepted for publication in issue 1:

Kingsley C. Onyenwife, Clement I. Ezeanyeji, Chukwunonso Ekesiobi. Public Debt and Economic Growth in Nigeria: A consideration of new evidence. DOI 10.2478/tjeb-2023-0001

Teodora M. Pop. A Novel Assessment of the Growth - Inequality Nexus in East-Central Europe. DOI 10.2478/tjeb-2023-0002

Fausto Galli,  Giuseppe Russo. Preferences of immigrants on immigration: convergence or persistence? Evidence from the European Social Survey. DOI: 10.2478/tjeb-2023-0003

Ana Todorova,  Daniel Pavlov. Decoding the Business Model: A Comparative Analysis with Strategy and Planning, and a New Seven-Keys Framework to Formulate a Business Idea. DOI: 10.2478/tjeb-2023-0004

Surajdeen Tunde Ajagbe,  Modinat Damilola Bello, Taofeek Bolaji  Usman. Inclusive Examination of the Association between CSR and Sustainable Financial Performance in Nigerian Consumer Goods Firms. DOI: 10.2478/tjeb-2023-0005

Dusica Stevcevska Srbinoska,  Snezhana Hristova, Viktorija Kazic. Why Budgeting in Small and Medium Enterprises Matters? DOI: 10.2478/tjeb-2023-0006

 

Titles published in issue 2, volume 15, year 2022:

Snezhana HRISTOVA, Krum EFREMOV, Panche DONOVSKI. Managing Supply Chain and Organizational Performance: An Evidence from the Macedonian Dairy Industry. 127-150. DOI: 10.2478/tjeb-2022-0008

Adel Shakeeb MOHSEN. The Main Determinants of The Government Expenditure: A Case Study of Côte d’Ivoire. 151-166. DOI: 10.2478/tjeb-2022-0009

Wilson F. OHIOZE, Ayobola O. CHARLES, Tope J. OJO, Anthony O. OSOBASE, Samuel O. MUSA. Macroeconomic Variables Uncertainty and Health Outcomes in Nigeria. 167-188. DOI: 10.2478/tjeb-2022-0010

Cristina Iuliana PETROVAN, Carmen NASTASE. Public Private – Partnership - A Bibliometric Analysis. 189-204. DOI: 10.2478/tjeb-2022-0011

Maria Magdalena DOROIMAN. Digitalization: A Wide-Ranging Bibliometric Study of Contemporary Trends. 205-229. DOI: 10.2478/tjeb-2022-0012

 

Articles of Volume 15/1 in Sciendo: https://sciendo.com/issue/TJEB/15/1

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