Public Sector Economics

Call for papers

Assessing uncertainty and its effects on the public sector

We would like to understand how economic, political and other types of uncertainty can be accounted for in public sector policies and what they imply for economic performance, the policy mix, and the public sector in general. We welcome theoretical, empirical, methodological and policy analyses. 

The guest editors of this thematic issue are Mirjana Čižmešija and Petar Sorić from the Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Zagreb.

The deadline for submission of papers is 1 May 2024 at the submission page.


2024 Public Sector Economics Conference

We invite submissions of critical reviews, theoretical, analytical, policy, methodological and empirical studies on various aspects of the economics of education. We encourage the submission of papers reflecting the concerns of various disciplines, such as education, economics, finance, sociology and political science. 

The Conference will be held on September 23, 2024 in Zagreb.

The deadline for submission of papers is May 15, 2024 at the submission page.


Tax morale

We welcome theoretical, empirical, methodological, and policy-oriented papers analysing the effects of recent major economic events on tax morale. Recent global shocks such as the Covid pandemic, supply chain disruptions, energy and food price shocks, and the widespread rise in inflation provide a unique opportunity to reassess the degree of tax morale and relative contributions of its determinants.

The guest editor of this thematic issue is Marko Crnogorac from the University of Vigo, Spain.

The deadline for submission of papers is 1 September, 2024 at the submission page.


General call for papers

We seek submissions of original theoretical, empirical, and policy-oriented papers analysing the role and functioning of the public sector at macroeconomic, sectoral and microeconomic levels, in both advanced and emerging market economies. We also welcome submissions on a broader range of topics, including economic growth and development, the role of institutions, and macro-financial stability policies.

There is no submission fee. Public Sector Economics is co-financed by the Ministry of Science and Education of the Republic of Croatia.
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