Aims & Scope

Economic and Business Review (EBR) publishes original scientific articles, not previously published elsewhere or under consideration for publication in other journals, that are written according to rigorous academic research standards. It is expected that submitted manuscripts contribute to an increased understanding of the phenomenon studied and are efficiently written, methodologically clear, conceptually and empirically rigorous, readable, and bias-free. Authors need to highlight how their work adds to domain knowledge or improves existing knowledge in the area of applied business research.

EBR aims to further the research and disseminate research results in the areas of applied business and economic studies, such as:

  • Accounting
  • Behavioral economics
  • Econometrics
  • Economics
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Experimental economics
  • Finance
  • Information systems
  • International Business
  • Management Science
  • Marketing
  • Mathematical and quantitative methods
  • Operations research
  • Public economics
  • Sustainability

Although EBR accepts submissions that address the issues of current concern in a variety of areas, the journal especially encourages contributions that explore and highlight the implications for managers, organizations, and public policy in the Central and Eastern European region.

EBR accepts theoretical and empirical works that examine relevant problems. We encourage interdisciplinary submissions of innovative work exhibiting sufficient scientific contribution and potential for practical impact. Therefore, we are open to a diverse set of methodologies, best suited to the research questions studied, provided that adequate scientific rigor is applied. In particular, multi-method approaches are welcomed.

Manuscripts containing mere reports on research procedures carried out in a study (e.g. data collecting or data analysis) are not a good fit for EBR.

The EBR audience includes scholars, researchers in academic, business, or non-profit organizations, and students, but also professionals, who seek applied empirical (or theoretical) solutions to their practical problems.