Economic Annals

ISSN 0013-3264 (Print)
ISSN 1820-7375 (Online)

Economic Annals is an academic journal that has been published on a quarterly basis since 1955, initially under its Serbian name of Ekonomski anali (EconLit). Since 2006 it has been published exclusively in English. It is published by the Faculty of Economics, University of Belgrade, Serbia. The journal publishes research in all areas of economics. The Editorial Board  welcomes contributions that explore economic issues in a comparative perspective with a focus on transition and emerging economies in Europe and around the world. The journal encourages the submission of original unpublished works, not under consideration by other journals or publications. All submitted papers undergo a double blind refereeing process. Authors are expected to follow standard publication procedures [Instructions to Authors], to recognise the values of the international academic community and to respect the journal’s Policy.

The journal is ranked in the Elsevier Scopus® database by SCImago Journal & Country Rank (currently Q3) and is presented in RePEc (currently h=10, ten year impact factor = 0.327), Ideas, EconLit and Harzing’s Publish or Perish (h=17 for the period 2009-2017). The current issue is available on the website, as well as the earlier issues [Archive].

ECONOMIC ANNALS 231 / 2021

Goran Nikolić, Ivan Nikolić 7
IS THERE A TRADE CONVERGENCE BETWEEN SOUTH EAST EUROPEAN AND CENTRAL EUROPEAN ECONOMIES?
https://doi.org/10.2298/EKA2131007N

Perseta Grabova, Gentiana Sharku 33
DRIVERS OF LIFE INSURANCE CONSUMPTION – AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS OF WESTERN BALKAN COUNTRIES
https://doi.org/10.2298/EKA2131033G

Houyem Chekki Cherni 59
COMPLEMENTARY FUNDED PENSIONS AND ECONOMIC GROWTH: THEORETICAL AND EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE USING OVERLAPPING GENERATIONS MODELS APPLIED TO THE CASE OF TUNISIA
https://doi.org/10.2298/EKA2131059C

Wei-Bin Zhang 99
A NEOCLASSICAL GROWTH MODEL WITH ENDOGENOUS BIRTH AND MORTALITY RATES
https://doi.org/10.2298/EKA2131099Z

Özge Barış-Tüzemen, Samet Tüzemen 127
REVISITING THE ROLE OF EXCHANGE RATE VOLATILITY IN TURKEY’S EXPORTS: EVIDENCE FROM THE STRUCTURAL VAR APPROACH
https://doi.org/10.2298/EKA2131127B

Pratibha Saini, Krishna Muniyoor 151
REVISITING THE DEBT–GROWTH NEXUS: EVIDENCE FROM INDIA
https://doi.org/10.2298/EKA2131151S

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT TO REVIEWERS 173

INSTRUCTIONS TO AUTHORS 175

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