Croatian Economic Survey

Editorial Policies

Aims and Scope:

Croatian Economic Survey is an English-language, peer-reviewed scholarly journal published by the Institute of Economics, Zagreb in Croatia. The journal aims to serve as a forum for academics and practitioners by publishing high-quality research papers on topics in all areas of economics. Special focus is given to post-socialist Europe. Comparative studies are especially encouraged, since these countries share a similar socio-economic background and comparative studies offer a valuable source of insight for policy formulation as well as a basis for competitive benchmarking. The journal welcomes empirical and policy-oriented papers relevant to a broader international audience. Contributions need not be limited solely to economics; submissions from other related disciplines are encouraged.


Papers published in the Croatian Economic Survey are listed in:
  • AEA (American Economic Association) indexes included in JEL on CD, e-JEL and EconLit
  • DOAJ
  • International Bibliography of the Social Sciences (IBSS)
  • RePEc
  • Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI WoS) 
  • Hrčak – Portal of Scientific Journals of Croatia.


Croatian Economic Survey utilizes Hrčak as an open access and archiving system.

Publication frequency:

June and December.

Open Access Model:

Diamond open access.

Funding source:

The journal is financially supported by the Ministry of Science and Education of the Republic of Croatia.

Language of the publication:


Review process:

Double-blind peer review.

Article processing charge (APC): 


Submission fee: