Public Sector Economics is a scientific journal published by the Institute of Public Finance, which seeks theoretical, empirical and policy-oriented contributions analysing the role and functioning of the public sector at macroeconomic, sectoral and microeconomic levels, in both advanced and emerging market economies. The Editorial Board accepts for consideration exclusively previously unpublished scientific papers.
This year journal celebrates its 45th anniversary. Since its first issue in 1976, around two thousand articles, more than two hundred book reviews and numerous additional contributions have been published in our journal.
Throughout the years the journal has been constantly adapting in accordance with political and economic context all in order to attract the best papers in its field. It also several times changed its name, editors and editorial boards. We are proud that Public Sector Economics is at the top in the field of social sciences in Croatia in terms of quality of content, double-blind peer review process, editorial work and accessibility and visibility to both domestic and international academic and professional community.
For 45 successful years together, we thank all previous and current exceptional authors, dedicated reviewers and of course you, our faithful readers.
Looking forward to many more excellent new issues, your Public Sector Economics team.
Vol. 45 No. 3 (2021) September, 2021
Velma Pijalović, Lejla Lazović-Pita, Almir Peštek, Danijela Martinović, Ademir Abdić
Pension reform in (F)BH with a special focus on gender issue
Christos Papageorgiou, Panagiotis Farlekas, Zacharias Dermatis, Athanasios Anastasiou, Panagiotis Liargovas
Assessing the impact of excise duties on a state’s revenues: the case of Greece
Domagoj Šelebaj, Matej Bule
Effects of grants from EU funds on business performance of non-financial corporations in Croatia
Eva Horvat, Mladen Latković
Long-term cash flows of mandatory and voluntary pension funds in Croatia and their impact on asset allocation
David Turner, Hermes Morgavi
Revisiting the effect of statutory pension ages on participation and the average age of retirement in OECD countries