Public Sector Economics is a scientific journal published by the Institute of Public Finance in Zagreb, Croatia. The journal seeks 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.
According to SJR – Scimago Journal & Country Rank indicators for 2022, Public Sector Economics is Croatia's top finance journal and it is ranked in the third quartile (Q3).
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Vol. 47 No. 3 (2023) September, 2023
Mark Millin, David Fielding, P. Dorian Owen
Education spending, economic development, and the size of government
Jos L. T. Blank, Alex A. S. van Heezik , Bas Blank
Productivity and efficiency of central government departments: a mixed-effect model applied to Dutch data in the period 2012-2019
Sebastian Beer, Mark Griffiths, Alexander Klemm
Tax distortions from inflation: What are they? How to deal with them?
Mária Murray Svidroňová, Marjan Nikolov, Vesna Garvanlieva Andonova, Alena Kaščáková
COVID-19 and participatory budgeting in North Macedonia and Slovakia
Maja Matanić Vautmans, Marijana Oreb, Saša Drezgić
Socioeconomic inequality in the use of long-term care for the elderly in Europe
Maria Teresa Medeiros Garcia, André Fernando Rodrigues Rocha da Silva
Pension expenditure determinants: the case of Portugal
Marko Crnogorac, Santiago Lago-Peñas
An analysis of COFOG expenditures in former Yugoslavian countries
Pedro Jorge Holanda Figueiredo Alves, Jevuks Matheus Araujo, Ana Karolina Acris Melo,
Fiscal decentralization and economic growth: evidence from Brazilian states