Intereconomics publishes papers dealing with economic and social policy issues in Europe, or more precisely – Euroland. 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:
- investigates economic and social policy issues in Europe;
- offers brief comments on current questions of economic policy in Europe;
- presents various opinions and perspectives on selected current economic policy problems;
All articles published are made available online; publication costs are covered by the Leibniz Information Centre for Economics (ZBW).
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Christian Breuer, ZBW, Germany
Ekaterina Sprenger, ZBW, Germany
Editorial Advisory Board
Eileen Appelbaum, Center for Economic Policy and Research, Washington DC, USA
Brian Bayliss, University of Bath, UK
Ulrich Blum, University of Halle, Germany
Ralf Boscheck, International Institute for Management Development, Switzerland
László Csaba, Central European University, Hungary
Robert Czudaj, Chemnitz University of Technology, Germany
Sylvester Eijffinger, Tilburg University, The Netherlands
Santiago Garcia Echevarria, Universidad de Alcala, Spain
Daniel Gros, CEPS, Belgium
Carsten Hefeker, University of Siegen, Germany
Arne Heise, Univerity of Hamburg, Germany
Wim Kösters, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany
Phedon Nicolaides, College of Europe, Belgium
Jacques Pelkmans, Scientific Council for Govrnmeent Policy, The Netherlands
Ronald Schettkat, University of Wuppertal, Germany
Gunther Tichy, Institut für Technikfolgen-Abschätzung, Austria
Jiffer Bourguignon, ZBW, Germany
Frauke Warmbier, ZBW, Germany
Cinzia Alcidid, CEPS, Belgium
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