The Montenegrin Journal of Economics is an international scientific periodical, issued by NGO "Economic Laboratory for Transition Research" (ELIT) Podgorica, Montenegro. It publishes theoretical, empirical and applicative articles from all the areas of Economics. The journal is issued twice a year.
Editorial Objectives and Scope
The MNJE aspires to educate the widest public on contemporary research and achievements in various areas of economics and to expend the boundaries of economic knowledge.
The MNJE aims to publish innovative, straightforward, challenging, analytical and review articles on economic phenomena, events and changes . The journal's content aspires to be actual, relevant and interesting to a wide readership of economic specialties. This includes publishing the articles of authors from various universities and schools of economics worldwide and their mutual cooperation.
Areas of research include, but are not limited to, the following: Economic Theory, Institutional Economics, International Economics, Economic Policy, Transition Issues, Economic Growth and Development, Global and Regional Business, Knowledge Economy, Emerging Markets, Finance, and the key business disciplines - management, Strategic Management, leadership, marketing, logistics, and entrepreneurship.
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