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Zbornik radova Ekonomskog fakulteta u Rijeci/Proceedings of Rijeka Faculty of Economics

2009 - 2016

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Volume 34, issue 2, 2016

Economic policy uncertainty and housing returns in Germany: Evidence from a bootstrap rolling window pp. 309-332 Downloads
Haiyun Xu
The key goal of this research is to empirically determine the effects of terrorism on FDI of the selected EU and EEA member countries pp. 333-362 Downloads
Heri Bezić, Tomislav Galović and Petar Mišević
Poland as an inflation nutter:The story of successful output stabilization pp. 363-392 Downloads
Maciej Ryczkowski
Backus–Smith puzzle and the European Union: It’s not just the nominal exchange rate pp. 393-418 Downloads
Predrag Petrović
The goal of this research is to propose a procedure of innovativeness measurement, taking Summary Innovation Index methodology as a starting point. In contemporary world, innovative activity is perceived as a source of competitiveness and economic growth. New products, utility models, trademarks and creative projects are an important element of present socio-economic reality. In particular, authors focus on selection and application of multivariable statistical analysis to distinguish factors influencing innovativeness of EU economies to the highest degree. The result of quantitative analyses is linear ordering of EU countries by the level of their innovativeness based on the reduced set of diagnostic variables. The rating was compared with the outcome presented in Innovation Union Scoreboard (IUS) with Summary Innovation Index (SII). Conducted analysis proves a convergence between authors’ results and existing ratings of innovativeness. Nevertheless, the main conclusion is that the methodology of innovativeness assessment remains an open issue and requires further research. Especially, it should first and foremost concentrate on deeper verification of a small set of variables that have the strongest impact on innovativeness. It is both, in economic and social interest, to get a clear picture of innovativeness driving forces pp. 443-479 Downloads
Elżbieta Roszko-Wójtowicz and Jacek Białek
Industrial policy, production efficiency improvement and the Chinese county economic growth pp. 505-528 Downloads
Wang Zhenhua and Zhang Guangsheng
Predicting the probability of recession in Croatia: Is economic sentiment the missing link? pp. 555-579 Downloads
Nataša Erjavec, Petar Sorić and Mirjana Čižmešija

Volume 34, issue 1, 2016

The role of regional economic integrations for trade margins: A case of Croatia pp. 11-41 Downloads
Katja Zajc Kejžar, Črt Kostevc and Vinko Zaninović
Trade and foreign direct investment: Evidence from South East European countries and new European Union member states pp. 63-89 Downloads
Bardhyl Dauti
Is the Global Competitiveness Report the right measure of macroeconomic competitiveness pp. 91-117 Downloads
Marko Djogo and Nenad Stanisic
Determinants of capital structure: An empirical study of companies from selected post-transition economies pp. 119-146 Downloads
Sasho Arsov and Aleksandar Naumoski
Innovative undertakings in the Polish industry pp. 147-160 Downloads
Jan Zwolak
The influence of economic growth on regional disparities: Empirical evidence from OECD countries pp. 161-186 Downloads
Saša Obradović, Nemanja Lojanica and Olivera Janković
The relation between economic growth and foreign direct investment during the economic crisis in the European Union pp. 187-213 Downloads
Mihaela Simionescu (Bratu)

Volume 33, issue 2, 2015

Industrial sustainable development level in China and its influencing factors pp. 181-205 Downloads
Hongjian Cao, Jianying Zhang, Nengsheng Luo and Zheng Zhang
Measuring the economic performance of socially responsible companies pp. 207-233 Downloads
Josefina Fernández-Guadaño
Extraction of market expectations from risk-neutral density pp. 235-256 Downloads
Josip Arneric, Zdravka Aljinovic and Tea Poklepovic
An investigation of the choice of governance modes in Chinese family firms pp. 257-273 Downloads
Jiancai Pi
Growth potential of energy sector reforms: new evidence on EU and Southeast European countries by exploring impact on electricity generation pp. 275-297 Downloads
Nela Vlahinic Lenz and Vedran Prsa
Industry regulation, competition, and the dynamics of productivity growth: evidence from China’s iron and steel industry pp. 299-324 Downloads
Jianbai Huang, Chuan Liu, Daguo Lü and Xiaoping Li
Heterogeneous convergence of regional house prices and the complexity in China pp. 325-348 Downloads
Rui Lin, Xin Zhang, Xiuting Li and Jichang Dong

Volume 33, issue 1, 2015

Revisiting the impacts of oil price increases on monetary policy implementation in the largest oil importers pp. 11-35 Downloads
Nurtac Yildirim, Oguzhan Ozcelebi and Seval Oral Ozkan
The determinants of intra-regional trade in the Western Balkans pp. 37-66 Downloads
Jelena Trivic and Łukasz Klimczak
About regional convergence clubs in the European Union pp. 67-80 Downloads
Mihaela Simionescu (Bratu)
Does international trade cause regional growth differentials in Croatia pp. 81-102 Downloads
Davor Mikulic and Andrea Galic Nagyszombaty
Empirical evidence on Heckscher-Ohlin trade theorem: the case of international trade between Croatia and the rest of the European Union member states pp. 103-124 Downloads
Vlatka Bilas and Mile Bosnjak
Fiscal or monetary dominance in a small, open economy with fixed exchange rate – the case of the Republic of Macedonia pp. 125-145 Downloads
Borce Trenovski and Biljana Tashevska

Volume 32, issue 2, 2014

Regional determinants of export competitiveness in Croatian manufacturing industry pp. 193-212 Downloads
Nebojsa Stojcic, Djuro Benic and Petra Karanikic
The restructuring of the fiscal equalization system in Croatia pp. 213-232 Downloads
Marko Primorac
The capacity of local governments to improve business environment: Evidence from Serbia pp. 233-254 Downloads
Vesna Jankovic Milic, Jelena Stankovic and Srdjan Marinkovic
Regional competitiveness, economic growth and stages of development pp. 255-283 Downloads
Robert Huggins, Hiro Izushi, Daniel Prokop and Piers Thompson
The inquiry into the economic life of Croatian municipalities pp. 285-312 Downloads
Ivana Rasic Bakaric, Hrvoje Šimović and Maruška Vizek
The impact of EU accession on the economic performance of the countries’ internal (NUTS 3) regions pp. 313-341 Downloads
Vera Boronenko, Vladimirs Mensikovs and Olga Lavrinenko
Responsibility with accountability: A FAIR governance framework for performance accountability of local governments pp. 343-377 Downloads
Anwar Shah
The role of country size in spatial economics: A survey of the home market effects pp. 379-403 Downloads
Dao-Zhi Zeng
Local economic development policy in Poland: Determinants and outcomes pp. 405-427 Downloads
Mariusz Wiktor Sienkiewicz

Volume 32, issue 1, 2014

Real estate boom and export performance bust in Croatia pp. 11-34 Downloads
Marina Tkalec and Maruška Vizek
Public debt and growth: evidence from Central, Eastern and Southeastern European countries pp. 35-51 Downloads
Anita Ceh Casni, Ana Andabaka Badurina and Martina Basarac Sertic
Functional distribution of income and economic activity in Croatia: Post-Keynesian approach pp. 53-73 Downloads
Boris Vujcic, Milan Deskar-Skrbic, Zvonimir Ratkovski and Jurica Zrnc
The evaluation of fiscal and monetary policy in Croatia over a business cycle pp. 75-99 Downloads
Manuel Benazic and Daniel Tomic
Long-run equilibrium relationships in the international stock market factor systems pp. 101-119 Downloads
Hyung-Suk Choi
The effects of tax policy and labour market institutions on income inequality pp. 121-140 Downloads
Alka Obadić, Nika Simurina and Robert Sonora

Volume 31, issue 2, 2013

Privatization and environmental pollution in a mixed duopoly pp. 163-192 Downloads
Jiancai Pi, Li Yang and Yu Zhou
Stochastic properties of the consumption-income ratios in central and eastern European countries pp. 193-207 Downloads
Giray Gözgör
Dependence between Croatian and European stock markets – A copula GARCH approach pp. 209-232 Downloads
Silvo Dajcman
Demystifying the role of a state ownership in corporate governance and firm performance: Evidence from the manufacturing sector in Malaysia pp. 233-252 Downloads
Amran Rasli, Chin Fei Goh and Saif-Ur-Rehman Khan
Absorptive capacity constituents in knowledge-intensive industries in Serbia pp. 253-278 Downloads
Maja Levi-Jaksic, Nikola Radovanovic and Zoran Radojicic
Impact of human resource slacks on firm performance: Evidence from a developing country pp. 279-306 Downloads
Meimanage Fonseka, Peng Wang and Muhammad Suhaib Manzoor

Volume 31, issue 1, 2013

The effects of prudential policy measures on financial stability in post-transition countries pp. 9-34 Downloads
Mario Pecaric and Josip Viskovic
The determinants and stability of money demand in the Republic of Macedonia pp. 35-54 Downloads
Jordan Kjosevski
Dynamic effects of fiscal policy and fiscal multipliers in Croatia pp. 55-78 Downloads
Hrvoje Šimović and Milan Deskar-Skrbic
Evaluation of conflict hazard and financial risk in the E7 economies’ capital markets pp. 79-102 Downloads
Umit Hacioglu and Hasan Dincer
Towards e-Government project assessment: European approach pp. 103-125 Downloads
Pavel Mates, Tomas Lechner, Pavel Rieger and Jitka Pekna
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