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Aims & scope in brief

11/04/2009

The AUCO Czech Economic Review (AUCO) aims to publish theoretical, empirical, and applied research papers in economics. The journal's main emphasis is on mathematical and quantitative methods applied in a variety of fields, predominantly microeconomics, public economics and industrial organization. The geographical reference in the journal's name merely signifies that it is an initiative of Czech scholars, and the acronym AUCO refers to the tradition of a local outlet the Acta Universitatis Carolinae Oeconomica.

In addition to publishing full-length articles, AUCO features short notes, commentaries, and surveys.  We will ensure a rigorous, fair and prompt refereeing process.

AUCO is published in 1 volume of 3 printed issues a year; articles are currently available as open access and the journal encourages young researchers to submit their work.


Included in DOAJ

09/04/2009

Our journal is currently linked in the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), among other 82 Economics journals. This database links overall 4025 scholarly journals from all fields, and allows to access content of 1425 journals. In the near future, we intend AUCO to be fully searchable at article level at DOAJ.


The AUCO Czech Economic Review, Vol. 3, No. 1

31/03/2009

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

Editorial

Editorial
Roman Horváth
AUCO Czech Economic Review
3 (1), 5-6

Articles

Spatial Interdependence of Local Public Expenditures: Selected Evidence from the Czech Republic
Stastna, Lenka
AUCO Czech Economic Review 3 (1), 7-25

Do Domestic Firms Benefit from Geographic Proximity with Foreign Investors? Evidence from the Privatization of the Czech Glass Industry
Galeotti, Elisa
AUCO Czech Economic Review 3 (1), 26-47

The Financial Impact of Government Policies on Families with Children in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia
Svarcova, Natalie; Svarc, Petr
AUCO Czech Economic Review 3 (1), 48-68

Tax Wedges, Unemployment Benefits and Labour Market Outcomes in the New EU Members
Behar, Alberto
AUCO Czech Economic Review 3 (1), 69-92

The Optimal State Aid Control: No Control
Gregor, Martin; Rohac, Dalibor
AUCO Czech Economic Review 3 (1), 93-113

Book reviews

Book review: Schofield, N., 2009. The Political Economy of Democracy and Tyranny. Oldenbourg, Munich.
Maaser, Nicola F.
AUCO Czech Economic Review 3 (1), 114-116

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JEL Codes

25/02/2009

For the prospective authors, it may be of interest to see the most frequent JEL codes in the journal: 

BY PRIMARY CODE

C Mathematical and Quantitative Methods: 20
D Microeconomics: 12
H Public Economics: 10
E Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics: 9
G Financial Economics: 7

BY SECONDARY CODE

C7 Game Theory and Bargaining Theory: 11
D7 Analysis of Collective Decision-Making: 6
C6 Mathematical Methods and Programming: 4
E6 Macroeconomic Policy, Macroeconomic Aspects of Public Finance, and General Outlook: 4
G3 Corporate Finance and Governance: 3
H3 Fiscal Policies and Behavior of Economic Agents: 3


Call for papers: Econophysics of Markets and Economic Networks

24/02/2009

The AUCO Czech Economic Review invites submissions for a special issue on Econophysics of Markets and Economic Networks. Papers in all areas of econophysics will be welcomed, with a special call for papers that address financial market modeling and complexity approach to economic networks, grinding economic paradigms as the rationality of economic agents, the invisible hand of market, and capital market efficiency. The issue is tentatively scheduled for publication in the spring of 2010.

Indicative topics include, but are not limited to:

  • Statistical and probabilistic methods in economics and finance
  • Scale-invariance and universality in financial time series
  • Multi-scaling analysis and modeling
  • Agent-based models in economics and finance
  • Behavioral finance, bounded rationality, and learning
  • Volatility, risk, and uncertainty in the markets
  • Markets as complex adaptive systems
  • Non-linear dynamics and econometrics
  • Complex socio-economic networks

Proposals for manuscripts (about 150-200 words) ought to be submitted electronically by April 30, 2009, to the special issue editor Miloslav Vosvrda, Charles University in Prague, at vosvrda@mbox.fsv.cuni.cz and Petr Svarc, Charles University in Prague, at svarc@fsv.cuni.cz.

Invited manuscripts will be due till July 31, 2009, and shall go through the usual, albeit somewhat expedited, refereeing process. For more information about the journal, see the journal website: http://auco.cuni.cz.


Indexed in CEEOL

13/02/2009

Our journal is currently fully available at the CEEOL (Central and Eastern European Online Library).


Statistics for submissions in 2008

11/02/2009

 Submissions

International

Local

Total

 Accepted

12

3

15

 Rejected

11

1

12

 Under review

11

7

18

 Total

34

11

45

Acceptance rate: 55% (15/27)


Abstract views

10/02/2009

We have updated abstract views of individual articles (as well as editorials and book reviews ) on this homepage: 

1 (1): 511, 170, 183, 160, 162, 183 
1 (2): 233, 155, 170, 185, 195
1 (3): 532, 484, 191, 206, 196, 183 

2 (1): 621, 636, 656, 620, 598, 575, 574, 507
2 (2): 316, 323, 303, 311, 240, 302, 258, 243
2 (3): 147, 173, 117, 131, 112, 113, 142, 109, 97, 119


The AUCO Czech Economic Review, Vol. 2, No. 3

31/12/2008

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

Editorial

Editorial
František Turnovec, Martin Gregor, Roman Horváth, Ondřej Schneider
AUCO Czech Economic Review 2 (3), 195-196

Articles

Wallenstein’s Power Problem and Its Consequences
Holler, Manfred J.; Klose-Ullmann, Barbara
AUCO Czech Economic Review 2 (3), 197-218

Some Characterizations of Convex Interval Games
Alparslan Gök, S. Zeynep; Branzei, Rodica; Tijs, Stef
AUCO Czech Economic Review 2 (3), 219-226

How Hierarchical Structures Impact on Competition
Galegov, Alexsandr; Garnaev, Andrey
AUCO Czech Economic Review 2 (3), 227-236

Making Robust Decisions in Discrete Optimization Problems as a Game against Nature
Kasperski, Adam
AUCO Czech Economic Review 2 (3), 237-250

On Some Properties of Cost Allocation Rules in Minimum Cost Spanning Tree Problems
Bergantinos, Gustavo; Vidal-Puga, Juan
AUCO Czech Economic Review 2 (3), 251-267

Algorithmic Approaches to Game-theoretical Modeling and Simulation
Hrubý, Martin
AUCO Czech Economic Review 2 (3), 268-300

Reports

IES Young Scholar Conference
Julie Chytilová
AUCO Czech Economic Review 2 (3), 301-303

Northeastern Universities Development Consortium Conference
Michal Bauer
AUCO Czech Economic Review 2 (3), 303-304

The 5th Czech Economic Society Biennial Conference 2008
Komárek, Luboš; Skořepa, Michal
AUCO Czech Economic Review 2 (3), 304-306

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Referees in 2008

30/12/2008

We would like to thank all of our referees for their precious time and continued support of our journal.

The referees of AUCO Czech Economic Review are fellows at institutions in the following 17 countries: Austria, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, India, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, Poland, Russia, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, UK, US.

Referees in year 2008

Andrey Garnaev, St. Petersburg University
Annalisa Russino, University of Palermo
Balazs Murakozy, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Běla Plechanovová, Charles University, Prague
Christian Dunis, Liverpool Business School
Dalibor Roháč, Oxford University
Dominique Lepelley, University of Caen
Alyona Gubar, St. Petersburg University
Elena Parilina, St. Petersburg University
Elena Yankovskaya, St. Petersburg University
František Turnovec, Charles University in Prague
Gianpaolo Rossini, University of Bologna
Hannu Salonen, University of Helsinki
Istvan Konya, Magyar Nemzeti Bank
J. Andres Faina-Medin, University of Coruna
Jacek Mercik, Wroclaw University of Technology
Jan Fidrmuc, Brunel University
Jan Zápal, London School of Economics
Jarko Fidrmuc, University of Munich
Jaromír Baxa, Charles University in Prague
Juha-Pekka Niinimäki, University of Helsinki
Karel Janda, Charles University Prague
Kuchařová Věra, Research Institute of Labor, Prague
Lars Gunnar Svensson, Lund University
Lenka Šťastná, Charles University, Prague
Lina Mallozzi, University of Naples
Lorenzo Cioni, University of Pisa
Madeleine Hosli, Leiden University
Mariusz Mazurkiewicz, Wroclaw University of Technology
Martin Gregor, Charles University in Prague
Michal Franta, CERGE-EI, Prague
Mika Widgrén, Turku School of Economics
Mikulas Luptacik, Vienna School of Economics
Milan Horniaček, Comenius University, Bratislava
Milan Sojka, Charles University, Prague
Monika Lobaziewicz, Catholic University Lublin
Nikolai Zenkevich, St. Petersburg University
Oliver Brandouy, University of Lille
Petr Fiala, University of Economics, Prague
Rainald Borck, Universität Passau
Renata Kosova, Cornell University
René Levínský, Max Planck Institute, Jena
Roman Horváth, Czech National Bank
Shinji Ohseto, Tohoku University
Silvestr van Koten, CERGE-EI, Prague
Somdeb Lahiri, Indian Institute of Petroleum Management, Gandhingar
Stefan Boeters, Central Planning Bureau, Netherlands
Takashi Kamihigashi, Kobe University
Vassilis Monastiriotis, London School of Economics
Vladimir Mlynarovic, Comenius University, Bratislava
William Thomson, Rochester Institute of Technology
Yasumi Matsumoto, Waseda University


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