Baltic Journal of Economics
Baltic Journal of Economics
The Baltic Journal of Economics disseminates high-quality original and innovative papers within a broad range of economic disciplines. It publishes research of general interest, but especially welcomes articles relevant for the Baltic region. Authors are invited to submit theoretical and empirical papers including manuscripts focused on economic policy analysis.
The online version of the Baltic Journal of Economics is free access and download. Please visit Journal website with Taylor & Francis
The Journal aims to stimulate dialogue between academics and policy makers. Accordingly, articles should be presented in a form where technical considerations come together with explanations and intuition.
The Baltic Journal of Economics provides open-access to all the accepted paper without fees. We highly value speed of publication and aim at a fast refereeing process.
The Journal is published jointly by Stockholm School of Economics in Riga (SSE Riga) and the Baltic International Centre for Economic Policy Studies (BICEPS) in cooperation with Routledge. The publication of manuscripts is also supported by the Bank of Latvia and the Bank of Estonia.
All submitted manuscripts are subject to initial appraisal by the Editors. If found suitable for further consideration, papers are reviewed by independent, anonymous experts selected from an international pool of referees. All peer review is single blind and submission is online via Editorial Manager. Please be aware that the Journal checks all submitted manuscripts for plagiarism.
- Anders Paalzow, Stockholm School of Economics in Riga, Baltic International Centre for Economic Policy Studies, Latvia/Sweden
- Konstantins Benkovskis, Bank of Latvia, Stockholm School of Economics in Riga, Latvia
- Nicolas Gavoille, Stockholm School of Economics in Riga, Latvia
- Povilas Lastauskas, Bank of Lithuania, Lithuania
- Anna Zasova, Baltic International Centre for Economic Policy Studies, Latvia
- Torbjörn Becker, Stockholm Institute of Transition Economics, Sweden
- Janis Berzins, Norwegian Business School, Norway
- Mariarosaria Comunale, Bank of Lithuania, Lithuania
- Gustav Kristensen, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark
- Nerijus Maciulis, Swedbank Lithuania, Lithuania
- Jaan Masso, University of Tartu, Estonia
- Michal Myck, Centre for Economic Analysis, Poland
- Talis Putnins, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia
- Kenneth Smith, Millersville University, USA
- Konstantin Sonin, University of Chicago, USA
- Karsten Staehr, Bank of Estonia, Estonia
- Alminas Zaldokas, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong
- Lelde Jakobsone, Baltic International Centre for Economic Policy Studies, Latvia
Please, follow Instructions to authors