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 The Editorial Board accepts for consideration exclusively previously unpublished scientific papers.
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 According to SJR - Scimago Journal & Country Rank indicators for 2021, Public Sector Economics is at the top in the category economics and econometrics in Croatia.
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Vol. 46 No. 4 (2022) December, 2022
GUEST EDITORS' INTRODUCTION
Yamini Aiyar, Rolf Alter, Linda Bilmes
Challenges of effective governance for sustainable development at subnational government levels: introduction to this thematic issue of Public Sector Economics
Christian Raffer, Henrik Scheller, Oliver Peters
The UN Sustainable Development Goals as innovation drivers for local sustainability governance? Examples from Germany
Sean Dougherty, Andoni Montes Nebreda
Going global, locally? Decentralized environmental expenditure and air quality
Mohammed Aminu Yaru
Budget transparency and internal revenue mobilisation at sub-national government level: evidence from Nigeria
Marko Primorac, Jorge Martínez-Vázquez, Pedro Arizti
Achievements and unfinished agenda of the fiscal equalization system in Croatia
Nejc Brezovar, Tatjana Stanimirović
Sustainability aspects of participatory budgeting at the municipal level in Slovenia
National institutional arrangements for implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals: A five-year stocktaking, World Public Sector Report 2021
Preserving economic and financial stability in an emerging market country during the pandemic crisis: Croatia’s experience
Martina Balážová, Daniel Klimovský, Mária Murray Svidroňová,
Determinants of combining budgetary innovations at the local level: experience from Slovakia
Improving green budget decisions and transparency through public participation: evidence from Russia
Tuğay Günel, Irem Didinmez
Relationship between rule of law and tax revenues: dynamic panel data analysis