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Statistics of the last 6 years

05/02/2014

  • 72 articles accepted (50 international, 22 local)
  • 78 articles rejected (64 international, 14 local)
  • 48% is the acceptance rate.
  • 69% is the share of the international articles among the accepted articles.

Notes: We consider a paper to be local if affiliation of any author is located in the Czech Republic. Otherwise, it is classified as an international article. In the statistics, we do not include the pilot year 2007 (Vol. 1).


Citations in impacted journals

03/02/2014

At the moment, the Web of Knowledge identifies citations to the CER from the following journals:

Economics

ECONOMIC RECORD
ECONOMIC MODELLING
INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF FINANCIAL ANALYSIS
GAMES AND ECONOMIC BEHAVIOR
GROUP DECISION AND NEGOTIATION
JOURNAL OF CULTURAL ECONOMICS
JOURNAL OF MATHEMATICAL ECONOMICS
MATHEMATICAL SOCIAL SCIENCES
SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS
SOCIAL CHOICE AND WELFARE
THEORY AND DECISION

Regional Economics

ASIAN ECONOMIC JOURNAL
BALTIC JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS
CZECH JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS AND FINANCE
ECONOMICS OF TRANSITION
EKONOMICKY CASOPIS
EKONOMSKA ISTRAZIVANJA-ECONOMIC RESEARCH
EURASIAN GEOGRAPHY AND ECONOMICS
POLITICKA EKONOMIE
POST-COMMUNIST ECONOMIES
PRAGUE ECONOMIC PAPERS
ROMANIAN JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC FORECASTING

Interdisciplinary

CENTRAL EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF OPERATIONS RESEARCH
CHAOS
CONTROL AND CYBERNETICS
EPL
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & DECISION MAKING
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF UNCERTAINTY FUZZINESS AND KNOWLEDGE-BASED SYSTEMS
MATHEMATICAL AND COMPUTER MODELLING
METALURGIA INTERNATIONAL
OMEGA-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT SCIENCE
PHYSICA A-STATISTICAL MECHANICS AND ITS APPLICATIONS
PLOS ONE
RENEWABLE & SUSTAINABLE ENERGY REVIEWS


The most cited articles in Scopus

03/02/2014

The number of citations in Scopus (since 2010 - Volume 4)

9: Kennet, D.Y., et al., Czech Economic Review 4(3), 330-340.

6: Krištoufek, L., Czech Economic Review 4(3), 315-329.

2: Nurmi, H., Czech Economic Review 4(1), 5-17.

2: Zelený, M., Czech Economic Review 4(1), 102-117.


IDEAS/RePEc Simple Impact Factor

03/02/2014

Out of Czech economics journals, our journal has the following position measured by the IDEAS/RePEc Simple Impact Factor:

  514.  Czech Economic Review 0.676 
  601.  Prague Economic Papers 0.481
  610.  Czech Journal of Economics and Finance (Finance a uver) 0.472 
  824.  Politická ekonomie 0.183
  837.  Bulletin of the Czech Econometric Society 0.173

1262 journals are listed in January 2014 ranking (only journals with 50 or more papers and at least one citation are considered). The full ranking is available here.

RePEc (Research Papers in Economics) is a volunteer-driven initiative to create a public-access database that promotes scholarly communication in economics and related disciplines. The database contains information on about 1.4 million research pieces. RePEc is providing ranking of leading economic journals by so called simple impact factor (a ratio of citations by the number of items in the journals, citation counts being adjusted to exclude citations from the journal considered).


The most cited articles according to Harzing's Publish or Perish, 2007-2013

03/02/2014

Aggregate statistics

Papers: 139
Citations: 268
Years: 7
Cites/paper: 1.93
h-index: 8 
g-index: 11

Number of citations, Authors, Title, Volume (Issue)

14, MO Hosli, Council decision rules and European Union constitutional design, 2(1)
14, SZ Alparslan Gok, R Branzei…, Some characterizations of convex interval games, 2(3)
13, DY Kenett, Y Shapira, A Madi…, Dynamics of stock market correlations, 4(3)
13, J Babecký, Aggregate wage flexibility in new EU member states, 2(2)
13, F Turnovec, New Measure of Voting Power, 1(1)
11, J Fidrmuc…, The outbreak of the Russian banking crisis, 5(1)
11, F Turnovec, National, Political and Institutional Influence in European Union Decision Making, 2(2)
9, L Krištoufek, Rescaled Range Analysis and Detrended Fluctuation Analysis..., 4(3)
8, S Tijs, R Branzei, G Ferrari, V Fragnelli, A Flow Approach to Bankruptcy Problems, 2(2)
8, L Mallozzi, S Tijs, Partial Cooperation and Non-Signatories Multiple Decision, 2(1)
7, M Chessa, V Fragnelli, Embedding Classical Indices in the FP Family, 5(3)
7, E Denisova, A Garnaev, Fish Wars: Cooperative and Non-Cooperative Approaches, 2(1)
6, N Schofield, Is the Political Economy Stable or Chaotic?, 5(1))
6, J Baruník, L Vácha, M Vošvrda, Tail Behavior of the Central European Stock Markets..., 4(3)
6, M Viren, Does the Value-Added Tax Shift to Consumption Prices?, 3(2)
6, V Fragnelli, ME Marina, Strategic manipulations and collusions in Knaster procedure, 3(2)


Scopus SNIP 2012 Ranking

20/11/2013

By SNIP 2012, CER ranks 545th in Scopus out of 720 journals in Economics, Econometrics, and Finance (Category No. 2000). This locates us exactly on the boundary of the third and fourth quartiles. See also the updated Scopus title list.


The Czech Economic Review, Vol. 7, No. 3

15/11/2013

A new issue of the Czech Economic Review is available online. See table of contents:

Articles

Can CDFC and MLRP Conditions Be Both Satisfied for a Given Distribution?
P. Loisel
The Czech Economic Review 7 (3), 135-145

Risk-Sensitive and Mean Variance Optimality in Markov Decision Processes
K. Sladký
The Czech Economic Review 7 (3), 146-161

Risk Measures in Optimization Problems via Empirical Estimates
V. Kaňková
The Czech Economic Review 7 (3), 162-177

The Relevant Markets for Meat Production and Processing in the Czech Republic: Analysis of the Price Movements
V. Hajko, J. Bil
The Czech Economic Review 7 (3), 178-197

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Forthcoming in the next issue 7(3)

06/11/2013

Can CDFC and MLRP Conditions Be Both Satisfied for a Given Distribution?

P. Loisel

Abstract: In principal-agent problem, the first-order approach is frequently used. To insure the validity of the approach the Monotone Likelihood Ratio Property and the Convexity of the Distribution Function Condition are requested. While the former property is satisfied by most of the distributions, this is not the case for the second property. We present two families of distributions for which the properties are satisfied. The first family includes as special cases the distributions that were previously introduced by various authors. The second family includes new distributions.

Keywords: Monotone Likelihood Ratio Property, Convex Distribution Function Condition, incentive contract, first-order approach, moral hazard
JEL classification: D3, D8  

Risk-Sensitive and Mean Variance Optimality in Markov Decision Processes

K. Sladký

Abstract: In this paper we consider unichain Markov decision processes with finite state space and compact actions spaces where the stream of rewards generated by the Markov processes is evaluated by an exponential utility function with a given risk sensitivity coefficient (so-called risk-sensitive models). If the risk sensitivity coefficient equals zero (risk-neutral case) we arrive at a standard Markov decision process. Then we can easily obtain necessary and sufficient mean reward optimality conditions and the variability can be evaluated by the mean variance of total expected rewards. For the risk-sensitive case we establish necessary and sufficient optimality conditions for maximal (or minimal) growth rate of expectation of the exponential utility function, along with mean value of the corresponding certainty equivalent, that take into account not only the expected values of the total reward but also its higher moments.

Keywords: Discrete-timeMarkov decision chains, exponential utility functions, certainty equivalent, mean-variance optimality, connections between risk-sensitive and risk-neutral models
JEL classification: C44, C61 

Risk Measures in Optimization Problems via Empirical Estimates

V. Kaňková

Abstract: Economic and financial activities are often influenced simultaneously by a decision parameter and a random factor. Since mostly it is necessary to determine the decision parameter without knowledge of the realization of the random element, deterministic optimization problems depending on a probability measure often correspond to such situations. In applications the problem has to be very often solved on the data basis. It means that usually the “underlying” probability measure is replaced by empirical one. Great effort has been made to investigate properties of the corresponding (empirical) estimates; mostly under assumptions of “thin” tails and a linear dependence on the probability measure. The aim of this paper is to focus on the cases when these assumptions are not fulfilled. This happens usually just in economic and financial applications (see, e.g., Mandelbort and Schefller 2003; Pflug and Ro¨misch 2007; Rachev and Ro¨misch 2002; Shiryaev 1999).

Keywords: Static stochastic optimization problems, linear and nonlinear dependence, risk measures, thin and heavy tails, Wasserstein metric, L1 norm, empirical distribution function
JEL classification: C44

The Relevant Markets for Meat Production and Processing in the Czech Republic: Analysis of the Price Movements

V. Hajko, J. Bil

Abstract: The objective of this article is to apply empirical methods to delineate the relevant market for various types of meat in the Czech Republic during the period of 2006-2010. This procedure may be useful when there is little availability of micro-data and the complete SSNIP test approach is not feasible, but when the prices can be obtained at an aggregated level. The methods employed ranged from the visual assessment, simple correlation analysis and testing of the law of one price, to the more complex cointegration analysis and testing of Granger causality. The application of the methodology was used both for the geographical delineation and for the product delineation. We reach the following conclusions: for the chicken meat, the market in the Czech Republic can be considered independent both geographically and by product. For the pork meat, the relevant market includes, apart from the Czech Republic, also Germany and Slovakia. The relevant beef meat market includes the Czech Republic and Germany.

Keywords: Market delineation, meat prices, relevant market, cointegration, causality
JEL classification: C32, L40, L66


SNIP metrics for the Czech Economic Review

26/09/2013

Scopus has ex post added our journal to Scopus Title List on Content Coverage page. Our SNIP metrics has improved from 0.030 to 0.386. This year, we are ending the fourth year of coverage in Scopus.


Content covered in ABI/INFORM (ProQuest)

25/09/2013

We have agreed with ProQuest on the inclusion of the Czech Economic Review into the ABI/INFORM database. Featuring over 4,055 journals, ABI/INFORM Complete is the most comprehensive business and economics database on the market today. ProQuest is a global leader in collecting, organizing and publishing value-added information to researchers, faculty, and students in libraries, government, universities, and schools in over 160 countries.


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