Acta Universitatis Danubius. Œconomica

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Frequency:  6 issues per year (28 February, 30 April, 30 June, 30 August, 30 October, 15 December)
Print ISSN: 2065-0175
Online ISSN: 2067 – 340X 

The Faculty of Economic Sciences of the “Danubius” University from Galaţi, Romania, has started publishing a scientific review: Acta Universitatis Danubius. Œconomica, since 2005, in English and French language, that is distributed both nationally and internationally and its main domain of study is economics. The theme of the review is very diverse. The scientific published articles encompass economic areas, from general economic theory,  business administration, commerce, economic analysis, international economic relations to economic mathematics and informatics and history of economics. The review presents theoretical studies from all fields of economic activity, combining theoretical approaches with the presentation of practical cases, providing well documented answers to a wide range of issues encountered in the economic environment. The review represents the theoretical and empirical studies in economic areas and it is written by authors that are mainly from the academic world, but also researchers, master’s students, managers, entrepreneurs, business people, etc.



Information for Authors: Fee for publishing into our journal

Dear Collaborator, 
Starting with the 1st of July 2019, it will be applied a fee for publishing your article into our journal.
The fee for publishing in our journal is 70 USD / 63 EURO / 300 LEI.
The PhD students will have a discount of 50%, the fee for them being of 35 USD/150 LEI.
The details regarding the payment will be sent when the article is accepted for publishing. 
All the articles submitted by 1st of June 2019 shall be published in the order of the issues without paying any fee.
We appreciate your contribution to the quality of the work that we publish. 

Posted: 2019-06-04

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Vol 15, No 6 (2019)

Table of Contents

Business Administration and Business Economics

The Factors Contributing to the Low Numbers of Women Entrepreneurs in Kigali
Chux Gervase Iwu, Simon Nsengimana, Tengeh K Robertson

Corporate Social Responsability and Profitability in Nigeria Financial Services Industry
Olufemi Adewale Ogunkoya, Banjo Ally Hassan

Exploring the Motives for Operating in Ghana’s Informal Slum Sector
Luther-King Junior Zogli, Emmanuel Lawa, Bongani Dlamini, Martin Kabange

Analysis of the Impact of Changes to International Financial Reporting Standards, on the National Accounts Dashboard
Valentin Burca, Robert Almasi

A Psychographic Analysis of Foreign Investor's Perceptions of the Non-Financial Factors Influencing Foreign Direct Investment to Zimbabwe
Tafadzwa Matiza, Sandra Perks

Effect of Corporate Governance on Firm Performance in Nigeria
Odunayo Femi Ogunsanwo

The dynamics of education and stokvels in South Africa
Lindiwe Ngcobo

Economic Development, Technological Change, and Growth

Foreign Direct Investment Inflows and Oil Exports in Nigeria: Cointegration and Vector Error Correction Model Approach
Timothy Ayomitunde Aderemi, Azeez Bankole Amuzat, Elufisan Omowumi Olaronke, Lanke B Awomailo

Understanding Muslim woman travel behaviour: A theoretical perspective
Rafa Haddad

Does FDI cause Economic Growth?
Alexander Maune, Ephraim Matanda

The Implication of Capital Market Development on Manufacturing Sector in Nigeria Within the Framework of ARDL – Bound Testing Approach
Adekunle Oludayo Elijah

Domestic Debt and Private Sector Credit in Nigeria: An Empirical Investigation
Cordelia Onyinyechi Omodero

Electrical Energy Insecurity and the Performance of the Small and Medium Enterprise Sub-Sector in Nigeria
Justine Tochukwu Nwanakwere, Justin Uzoeto

Barometers of Regional Development Trends in the case of South-East region of Romania
Gabriela Marchis

Households characteristics that determine perceptions on girl education in Malawi
Hannah Mayamiko Dunga, Steven Henry Dunga

Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics

Modelling Exchange Rate Pass-through and Oil Price Asymmetries
Johnson Ojo Adelakun

Appraisal of Budgeting and Economic Growth in Nigeria
Adebayo Helen Oluwatoyin, Miriam Nyikyaa, Amos Michael Olushola

Investigating Oil Prices and Exchange Rates Nexus in Nigeria: ARDL Approach
Mathew Ekundayo Rotimi

The effects of Brexit on the European Union`s economic power and implications on the British economy
Ștefan Cătălin Topliceanu, Sergiu Lucian Sorcaru