The Review of Economic and Business Studies aims at promoting an interdisciplinary approach on a large range of topics covering economic phenomena and the major intellectual trends in Economics and Business Administration.
Unlike many other academic journals focusing on specialised domains, it seeks to provide a framework for merging ideas from different fields studying the complex world of business and the relationships between society and business. It is the editors’ firm belief that such a line of thinking will contribute to the development of knowledge and understading of current economic issues. However, the editors do not intend to overlook the division of intellectual labour as developed in modern times and established through the Journal of Economic Literature Classification System, but to stimulate authors to engage in interdisciplinary research.
Well-informed papers on the state of knowledge and supported by analysis of real facts are welcome in the pages of this journal. Also, papers intended to shed light upon contentious debates in the academic, political environment and business practice will find equal consideration.Young researchers are encouraged to publish their most valuable findings in the pages of our journal.