Public Sector Economics is a scientific journal published by the Institute of Public Finance in Zagreb, Croatia. The journal seeks submissions of original theoretical, empirical and policy-oriented papers analysing the role and functioning of the public sector at macroeconomic, sectoral and microeconomic levels, in both advanced and emerging market economies.
According to SJR – Scimago Journal & Country Rank indicators for 2022, Public Sector Economics is Croatia's top finance journal and it is ranked in the third quartile (Q3).
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Vol. 48 No. 1 (2024) March, 2024
Ljubica Mežnarić, Ana Mežnarić
Potential investments of pension funds in long-term care for the elderly: the case of Croatia
Van Bon Nguyen
Does governance contribute to the public spending – CO2 emissions nexus in developing economies? Policy lessons for sustainable development
Inflation and public finances in the 2020s: editor’s introduction to the thematic issue of Public Sector Economics
Orsetta Causa, Emilia Soldani, Nhung Luu,
A cost-of-living squeeze? Distributional implications of rising inflation
Frane Banić, Dominik Ivan Pripužić, Pave Rebić
Short- and medium-term fiscal positions in a high-inflation environment: the case of Croatia
Julie Ann Q. Basconcillo
A nexus between fiscal policy and inflation: a case study of Indonesia using SVAR model