The primary objective of the European Journal of Economics is to act as a medium of communication among academia, researchers, and practitioners. The EJE is intended to serve as the primary outlet for theoretical and empirical research in all areas of economics. Theoretical work submitted to the Journal should be original in its motivation or modeling structure. Empirical analysis should be based on a theoretical framework and should be capable of replication. The European Journal of Economics does not favor any particular topic but does have a focus on new and emerging problems.
The purpose of the journal is to select articles that will have high relevance and impact on a wide range of topics. All work submitted to the journal should be original in motivation or modeling.
We would like to welcome you and your colleagues to submit original works of research concerning economic theory and practice. Topics may particularly relate to individual countries of the region or comparisons with other countries. All submissions must be original and unpublished. Submissions must be in English. Please, note, all accepted manuscripts are tested on plagiarism before publication.

Subject areas include, but are not limited to the following fields:

  • Aggregate Demand & Supply
  • Applied Economics
  • Budget Deficits & Public Debt
  • Comparative Economics
  • Compound Interest
  • Consumer Credit
  • Credit
  • Economic Institutions
  • Economic Systems
  • Employment and Unemployment
  • Energy Economics
  • Global Economy
  • Insurance
  • Macroeconomics
  • Microeconomics
  • Money Management/Budgeting
  • Political Economy