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Frequency:  2 issues per year (May, November)
Print ISSN:   1582-8859
Online ISSN: 2065-3883

The Danubius University of Galati is renewing and relaunches the journal entitled EuroEconomica. Our scientific review aims at promoting an interdisciplinary approach on a large range of topics covering economic phenomena and the major intellectual trends in Economic theory, finance and banking. EuroEconomica seeks to provide a framework for merging ideas from various fields studying the complex world of business and the relationships between society and business.

It is the editors’ firm belief that such a line of approach will contribute to the development of economic knowledge and the understanding of current economic issues. However, the editors intend to stimulate authors to engage in interdisciplinary research and that is why the journal does not have a given ideological target or subject.

You can find us on the following international databases:

econpapers ideas_430  socionet_259   copernicus_site_01 genamics  ebsco_119doaj_final_01


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Vol 35, No 2 (2016)

Table of Contents

Business Administration and Business Economics

Growth, trade, investments and R&D expenditures: analysis of the nexus PDF
Marius Răzvan Surugiu, Camelia Surugiu

Consumer Confidence Index and Economic Growth: An Empirical Analysis of EU Countries. PDF
Tanweer Ul Islam, Muhammad Naeem Mumtaz

Method Financial Analysis and Impact on the Quality of Decision Making PDF
Jelena Avakumovic, Julija Avakumovic

Revenue from Contracts with Customers under IFRS 15: new perspectives on practice PDF
Ionica Oncioiu, Alin-Eliodor Tănase

A mathematical model of working time and leisure PDF
Catalin Angelo Ioan, Gina Ioan

Poverty Alleviation Policies in Tanzania: Progress and Challenges PDF
Mercy Tsitsi Magombeyi, Nicholas N Odhiambo

Finance, Banking and Accounting

Bankruptcy Prediction Based on the Autonomy Ratio PDF
Daniel Brîndescu-Olariu

Accounting for the Urban-Rural Real Food Expenditure Differentials in Cameroon: A Quantile Regression-Based Decomposition PDF
Ebenezer Lemven Wirba, Francis Menjo Baye

Stationarity of African Stock Markets under an ESTAR framework PDF
Emmanuel Numapau Gyamfi, Kwabena A Kyei, Ryan Gill

Determining the impact of selected success factors on the adoption of e-banking in the Zimbabwean banking industry. PDF
Maxwell Sandada, Nyarai Simbarashe, Roy Shamhuyenhanzva

A Panel Data Analysis of the Impact of Macroeconomic Indicators on Firms’ Shares Performance in Nigeria PDF
Michael Segun Ogunmuyiwa, Olayinka Akinlo

Exchange Rate Fluctuation and the Nigeria Economic Growth PDF
Lawal Isola Adedoyin, Atunde Ifeoluwa Oluwafunke, Ahmed Victor, Abiola Asaleye

The Analysis of the National Schemes in Agriculture PDF
Arjana Misha, Fatmir Memaj