Intereconomics publishes papers dealing with economic and social policy issues in Europe. The journal consists of the following sections: editorial, forum and articles. The editorial section contains brief comments on the latest questions of economic policy in Europe or effecting Europe. In the forum, different authors (researchers, politicians, representatives of trade unions and of employers’ associations etc.) voice their opinions on one particular current economic policy problem facing Europe. The articles, mostly written by economic researchers, address European economic policy issues and trends.
The scope of Intereconomics covers the following:
All articles published are made available online; publication costs are covered by the Leibniz Information Centre for Economics (ZBW).
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