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11.10.2017 | Original Paper

Determinants of government efficiency: does information technology play a role?

This paper tries to analyze the effects of information technology on the government efficiency. The study is done by using system GMM from data of 51 countries during 2003 until 2010. The results show that efficiency of government positively …

18.09.2017 | Original Paper Open Access

Export-led growth in the UAE: multivariate causality between primary exports, manufactured exports and economic growth

The principal question that this research addresses is the validity of the Export-Led Growth hypothesis (ELG) in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) over the period 1981–2012, focusing on the causality between primary exports, manufactured exports and …

13.09.2017 | S.I. : Comparative entrepreneurship

What do crowdfunding platforms do? A comparison between investment-based platforms in Europe

Despite the growing popularity of investment-based crowdfunding, we know little about what platforms do before the campaign. This is among the first studies to provide cross-platform evidence on investment-based crowdfunding. First, we describe …

07.09.2017 | S.I. : Comparative entrepreneurship

Approaching effects of the economic crisis on university efficiency: a comparative study of Germany and Italy

In this paper, we compare the efficiency of the Italian and German universities in the process of transforming public funding into the multiple outputs of a university, i.e. graduating students, publishing research, and patenting activity. We do …

22.07.2017 | S.I. : Comparative entrepreneurship

Tolerance and innovation: the role of institutional and social trust

The impact of freedom on economic growth has attracted significant attention from researchers and policy makers around the globe. Besides notions of economic freedom, a rapidly growing body of literature stresses the role of personal freedoms and …

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The Eurasian Business Review (EABR) publishes peer-reviewed evidence-based research articles in Management Science and Applied Economics.

In particular, EABR is committed to publishing empirical or theoretical articles which provide significant contributions in the fields of industrial economics, business economics, the economics and management of innovation, competition policy and antitrust, corporate governance, organizational change, finance, entrepreneurship, strategic management, accounting, marketing, human resources management, and information systems.

While the main focus of EABR is on Europe and Asia, papers in the fields listed above on any region or country are highly encouraged. Manuscripts should not exceed 20 pages (450 words per page). This page limit includes all figures, tables, appendices and references.

The Eurasian Business Review is one of the two official journals of the Eurasia Business and Economics Society (EBES) and is published thrice a year.

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