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New edition of EIZ Working Papers

In the latest edition of EIZ Working Papers authors Katarina Bačić, Ivana Rašić Bakarić and Sunčana Slijepčević bring the paper “Sources of productivity differentials in manufacturing in post-transition urban South-East Europe”. The paper analyzes the effects of urbanization and localisation economies on manufacturing firms’ productivity across urban landscapes in post-transition South-East European (SEE) countries. Fixed-effects panel data estimations on a large sample of firms show that the factors accounting for...

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The Institute of Economics’ journal Croatian Economic Survey indexed in Web of Science - Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI) database

We are pleased to announce that our journal Croatian Economic Survey has been selected for coverage in Clarivate Analytics' platform Web of Science - Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI) database beginning with Vol.19 (1), 2017. Journals accepted for coverage in ESCI must be peer reviewed, follow ethical publishing practices, meet technical requirements, have English language bibliographic information, and be recommended or requested by a scholarly audience of Web of Science users. Journals indexed in the ESCI...

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New edition of Sector Analyses: Construction and real estate

The latest edition of Sector Analyses brings an analysis of the main indicators and trends in the construction industry, both for Croatia and the EU. In addition to an overview of the leading companies in this sector, author Goran Buturac analyzes the real estate market and brings the latest expectations and projections.As always, the publication can be accessed at the Institute of Economics, Zagreb website here or in the attached document.

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New edition of EIZ Working Papers

The latest edition of EIZ Working Papers brings the paper “EU Emissions Trading: Policy-Induced Innovation, or Business as Usual? Findings from Company Case Studies in the Republic of Croatia” by Martin Larsson. The European Union Emissions Trading Scheme (EU ETS), while primarily designed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in an effective and efficient way, is supposed to serve as an instrument promoting investments in clean, low-carbon technologies by way of incentivizing associated innovation activity. Since...

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New edition of Economic Trends and Economic Policy

The latest issue of Economic Trends and Economic Policy brings articles “Beware of What You Wish For, Because You Might Get It! (A Note on the Occasion of the First Anniversary of the Brexit Referendum)” by Sandra Švaljek and “Collection of Non-performing Loans in Banks” by Matija Ploh. It also brings a review by Željka Kordej-De Villa of the book Human Smart Cities: Rethinking the Interplay between Design and Planning.    The article “Beware of What You Wish For, Because You Might Get It! (A Note...