Public Sector Economics is a scientific journal published by the Institute of Public Finance, which seeks theoretical, empirical and policy-oriented contributions analysing the role and functioning of the public sector at macroeconomic, sectoral and microeconomic levels, in both advanced and emerging market economies. The Editorial Board accepts for consideration exclusively previously unpublished scientific papers.
Born in 1976 under the name of Financijska praksa and published in Croatian, it came of age in 1995, when it was renamed Financijska teorija i praksa. From 2005 it was published in both Croatian and in English, and since 2010 has appeared only in English as Financial Theory and Practice. On the journal’s attainment of full maturity, in 2017 the name was changed to Public Sector Economics.
Vol. 43 No. 3 (2019) September, 2019
Mikkel Barslund, Lars Ludolph
Could the decrease in Belgian government debt-servicing costs offset increased age-related expenditure?
Sylwia Pieńkowska-Kamieniecka, Joanna Rutecka-Góra, Damian Walczak
Willingness to redistribute: the case of Poland
Suna Korkmaz, Metehan Yilgor, Fadime Aksoy
The Impact of Direct and Indirect Taxes on the Growth of the Turkish Economy
Francisco Bastida, Bernardino Benito, María-Dolores Guillamón,
Tax mimicking in Spanish municipalities: expenditure spillovers, yardstick competition, or tax competition?
Dirk-Hinnerk Fischer, Simona Ferraro
A proposal for a simple average-based progressive taxation system
Sergii Slukhai, Tetiana Borshchenko
Social welfare dynamics in post-socialist countries: unveiling the secrets of success