Aim and Scope
THE CZECH JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS AND FINANCE (FINANCE A ÚVĚR, ISSN: 0015-1920) is an English-language, double-blind refereed academic journal published in Prague by Charles University in association with the Czech National Bank and the Czech Ministry of Finance. The journal has been published since 1951. It devotes special attention to monetary economics, public finance, financial economics, and international economics, but it is open to high-quality papers from all fields of modern economics. We prefer empirically oriented papers, but do not exclude review articles or theoretical contributions provided that they are of high quality and relevant to the journal’s aims. Among empirical papers, we prefer those that are relevant to a broad international audience, i.e., papers covering a range of countries or analyzing topics that are clearly relevant outside a single country.
The CJEF is aimed primarily at macroeconomic policymakers, academic researchers, university teachers and students, economists working in the public and private sectors, financial officers, and financial consultants.
Impact factor and indexing
The most recent journal's impact factor (0.346) is similar to distinguished international journals. The journal is indexed in the Web of Science (the Social Sciences Citation Index), Current Contents Connect, JEL, ECONLIT, SCOPUS, and ABI Inform. It is also registered in the Ulrich’s International Journals Archive. The journal is distributed worldwide by the EBSCOhost Electronic Journals Service and by the ProQuest LLC.
FRÖMMEL: Volatility Regimes in Central and Eastern European Countries’ Exchange Rates
CARRARO – FAVERO: The Economic and Financial Determinants of Carbon Prices
KLADÍVKO: The Czech Treasury Yield Curve from 1999 to the Present
HURNÍK – TŮMA – VÁVRA: The Euro Adoption Debate Revisited: The Czech Case
KOČENDA – POGHOSYAN: Exchange Rate Risk in Central European Countries
ČIHÁK – MITRA: The Financial Crisis and European Emerging Economies
CINCIBUCH – HOLUB – HURNÍK: Central Bank Losses and Economic Convergence