Aims and Scope

Romanian Journal of Economic Forecasting, a scholarly journal which begins in 2000, was conceived as a economic modelling and forecasting journal.

The journal currently publishes macro and microeconomic policy-relevant papers on economic modelling and forecasting. Different approaches of the subject area based on new concepts and efficient integration of new econometric techniques are encouraged.

Of particular interest are the papers dealing with the nonlinear modeling of economic and financial markets. Thus, an important direction is the modeling of the energy market, risks related to the environment, energy and climate and their impact on the security of the economic system, financial markets, energy transition with potential application to forecasting on the link between environmental and development issues.

The objective of the Romanian Journal of Economic Forecasting is to promote research covering forecasting models and mathematical representations of the macroeconomic and microeconomic activity. Focusing mainly on empirical studies meant to provide a testing environment for the theoretical models, the journal also encourages the development of analyses framing the general purpose of economic forecasting tailored for the specifics of the emerging and frontier markets.