Labor Market, European Union, Unemployment, Fiscal Policy, Monetary Policy, Central Banking, Financial Stability, International Accountancy, Behavioral Economics, E-Marketing, Regional Development
The Journal Studia Universitatis "Vasile Goldiş" Arad. Economic Sciences, ISSN 1584 – 2339 has a long history in contributing to the research in Economics-related fields of interest, since its first edition in 1990.
Until now, the journal has been published annually by "Vasile Goldis" Western University of Arad, at its own Publishing House. Moreover, during the years Studia Universitatis "Vasile Goldiş" Arad. Economic Sciences has been evaluated by the National Council of Scientific Research in Higher Education of Romania in the B+ category, code 792 as recognition of its national visibility.
The principal purpose of the journal is to publish scholarly work in the Economic Sciences, promoting relevant and insightful research in all related fields, within a sound methodological framework.
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