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.

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Vol 14, No 5 (2018)

Table of Contents

Business Administration and Business Economics

Poverty Decomposition By Households’ Location Among Fisher-Folks In South-Western Nigeria
Olugbenga Adesoji Christopher Ologbon, Adewunmi Olubanjo Idowu, Abiodun Olanrewaju Otunaiya, Olumayowa Oyebanjo

Economic Growth and Electricity Consumption in a Multivariate Framework: Case for Zimbabwe 1980 to 2016.
Laurine Chikoko, Laurine Chikoko, Tawedzerwa Ngundu, Kennedy Kupeta

The Effect of Exports in SACU Countries: an Empirical Analysis Using Panel Data
Cyril Ayetuoma Ogbokor, Tafirenyika Sunde

The impact of labour force reduction on financial performance of manufacturing companies:
Newman - Wadesango, D.C - Gwangwadza, charity Mhaka, Ongayi Wadesango

A Comparative Approach to Assess the Impact of Supporting Institutions’ Training on SMMEs
Refiloe Gladys Khoase, Given Mutinta, Brian McArthur

Effects of Transfer Pricing Regulations and Compliance on Tax Administration in Nigeria
Gideon Tayo Akinleye, Clement Olatunji Olaoye, Bamikole Samson Fajuyagbe

Environmental Impact and Economic Cost of Agricultural Inputs
Samuel N Mlangeni, Collins C Ngwakwe

Determinants of bank capital structure: Evidence from South Africa
Athenia Bongani Sibindi

Innovation and Firm Productivity: Empirical Evidence from Ghana
Joseph Dery Nyeadi, Victor Kunsofah Kunbuor, Ernest Domanaanmwi Ganaa

The Sensitivity of the Effect Of On-the-Job Training on Employment Outcomes in Experimental and Non-Experimental Settings
Ana Gorenca, Theodhor Kuro

The Effect of Factors Industrial and Internal to the Firm’s Performance
Xhavit Ajvaz Islami, Enis Shaban Mulolli, Nagip Skenderi

Regional Approach to Education across the European Union
Romeo Victor Ionescu

Financial Institutions and Services

The Current models of credit portfolio management: A comparative theoretical analysis
Abdelkader Derbali

Success Factors and Gender Participation of Stokvels in South Africa
Lindiwe Ngcobo, Joseph Chisasa

Effect of Dividend and Earnings on Stock Price Movement in Nigerian Banking Sector
Obalade Alamu Adefemi, Anthony Olugbenga Adaramola, Mary Oluwayemisi Akosile, Grace Oluwafunmilayo Obalade

Comparative survey of intellectual capital in cement industry, pharmaceutical and food products accepted in Tehran Stock Exchange
ali etemadi, Haidar Mohammad Zadeh Salteh, Hamideh Rasi

The nexus between bank sources and firms capital expenditures in SEE countries
Pranvera Dalloshi

Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics

Budget deficits, public debt and irregular receipts: Kosovo case
Lutfi Zharku

Effect of Average Tax Rates on Long-Run Economic Growth Rate in Turkey
Osman Cenk Kanca, Rahmi Yamak

Labor analysis for developing countries and regions of the World – Part one
Gina Ioan, Catalin Angelo Ioan

Demographics and Poverty analysis for developing countries and regions of the World for developing countries and regions of the World – Part two
Catalin Angelo Ioan

Monetary Policy and Bank Credit in Nigeria: A Toda-Yamamoto Approach
Afolabi Mutiu Adeniyi, Adeyemi Kamar Kayode, Salawudeen Opeyemi Sakirat, Fagbemi Temitope Olamide