Artykuły z list A i C


  1. Krajewski Piotr , Mackiewicz Michał  (2019). The Role of Capital and Labour in Shaping the Environmental Effects of Fiscal Stimulus. Journal of Cleaner Production.
  2. Olszak Małgorzata, Roszkowska Sylwia & Kowalska Iwona (2019), Do macroprudential policy instruments reduce the procyclical impact of capital ratio on bank lending? Cross-country evidence. Baltic Journal of Economics 19(1), 1-38.
  3. Skorupińska-Cieślak Katarzyna, What determines the role and position of works councils? Models of councils in Polish organizations, “Economic and Industrial Democracy” First Online: May 6, 2019,   https://doi.org/10.1177/0143831X19846344
  4. Legiędź Tomasz (2019) The transition from limited access orders to open access orders in the post-communist Europe, „Communist and Post-Communist Studies”, 52:3, 187-195, DOI: 10.1016/j.postcomstud.2019.07.003


  1. Anagnostou Ageliki & Gajewski Paweł (2018) Heterogeneous Impact of Monetary Policy on Regional Economic Activity: Empirical Evidence for Poland, Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, DOI: 10.1080/1540496X.2018.1531751
  2. Broniatowska Paulina, Majchrowska Aleksandra, Strawiński Paweł (2018) Occupational segregation and wage differences: the case of Poland, International Journal of Manpower, Vol. 39 Issue: 3, pp.378-397.
  3. Burzyńska Dorota, Jabłońska Małgorzata, Dziuba Radosław Opportunities and Conditions for the Development of Green Entrepreneurship in the Polish Textile Sector,   FIBRES & TEXTILES in Eastern Europe 2018, Vol. 26, 2(128).
  4. Dzionek-Kozłowska Joanna, Kowalski Kamil, Matera Rafał, The Effect of Geography and Institutions on Economic Development: The Case of Lodz, Journal of Interdisciplinary History Volume 48 | Issue 4 | Spring 2018, p.523-538.
  5. Dziuba Radosław, Jabłońska Małgorzata, Sulak Konrad, Ławińska Katarzyna, Textile Sector of the Visegrad Group Countries in Trade with the European Union. FIBRES & TEXTILES in Eastern Europe 2018; 26, 6(132): 24-29. DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0012.5160
  6. Gabrielczak Piotr, Serwach Tomasz (2018) The links between firm-level productivity and modes of international expansion of firms from the Lodz Voivodeship, „Economic Research-Ekonomska Istraživanja”, No. 1, Vol. 31, 2018.
  7. Gajewski Paweł, Kutan Ali M., (2018) Determinants and Economic Effects of New Firm Creation: Evidence from Polish Regions, Eastern European Economics, 56:3, 201-222.
  8. Gajewski Paweł (2018) Patterns of regional inflation persistence in a C.E.E. country. The case of Poland, Economic Research-Ekonomska Istraživanja, 31:1, 1351-1366.
  9. Hägg Gustav, Kurczewska Agnieszka (2018) Who Is the Student Entrepreneur? Understanding the Emergent Adult through the Pedagogy and Andragogy Interplay, 28 November 2018, Journal of Small Business Management 2018 00(00), pp. 1–18
  10. Kacprzyk Andrzej, Świeczewska Iwona, Is R&D always growth-enhancing? Empirical evidence from the EU countries, Applied Economics Letters, 2018.
  11. Kowalski Kamil, Matera Rafał, Sokołowicz Mariusz E., Cotton Matters. A Recognition and Comparison of the Cottonopolises in Central-Eastern Europe during the Industrial Revolution, FIBRES & TEXTILES in Eastern Europe 2018; 26, 6(132): 16-23. DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0012.5162
  12. Legiędź Tomasz, From limited access to open access order in Taiwan, Journal of the Asia Pacific Economy, 2018, lista A.
  13. Majchrowska Aleksandra, Strawiński Paweł (2018), Impact of minimum wage increase on gender wage gap: Case of Poland, Economic Modelling, Volume 70, April 2018, Pages 174-185.
  14. Olszak Małgorzata, Roszkowska Sylwia, Kowalska Iwona Macroprudential policy instruments and procyclicality of loan-loss provisions – Cross-country evidence, Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money, Volume 54, May 2018, Pages 228-257.
  15. Pipień Mateusz, Roszkowska Sylwia (2018), The heterogeneity of convergence in transition countries, Post-Communist Economies.
  16. Pipień Mateusz, Roszkowska Sylwia (2018), Diversity in returns to education in Europe. The empirical importance of the systems of the regression approach. Argumenta Oeconomica No 2(41), 61-90.
  17. Skorupińska-Cieślak Katarzyna, What determines the presence of works councils in Polish companies? “Employee Relations” Vol. 40, Issue 5, 2018; IF: 1.645 https://www.emeraldinsight.com/doi/abs/10.1108/ER-07-2017-0159;


  1. Czajkowski Tomasz, Maria Woźniak-Malczewska, Innovativeness of Chosen Polish Textile-Clothing Companies, Autex Research Journal, online DOI: 10.1515/aut-2015-0058, s. 1-5, 2017, Impact Factor 0,54, Lista A.
  2. Gabrielczak Piotr, Serwach Tomasz (2017), The impact of the euro adoption on the complexity of goods in Slovenian exports, „Zbornik radova Ekonomskog fakulteta u Rijeci: časopis za ekonomsku teoriju i praksu / Proceedings of Rijeka Faculty of Economics: Journal of Economics and Business”, No. 1, Vol. 35.
  3. Gajewski Paweł, Tchorek Grzegorz (2017), What drives export performance of firms in Eastern and Western Poland?, European Planning Studies, ISSN: 0965-4313 (Print) 1469-5944 (Online).
  4. Gajewski Paweł (2017) Sources of Regional Inflation in Poland, Eastern European Economics, 55:3, 261-276.
  5. Olszak Małgorzata , Pipień Mateusz, Kowalska Iwona, Roszkowska Sylwia, What Drives Heterogeneity of Cyclicality of Loan-Loss Provisions in the EU?, Journal of Financial Services Research, February 2017, p.55-96, Lista A.
  6. Skorupińska Katarzyna, The failure of a new form of employee representation: Polish works councils in comparative perspective, “European Journal of Industrial Relations”, Vol. 24 Issue 2, 2018; First Published July 2, 2017; IF: 1.870,https://doi.org/10.1177/0959680117715931.


  1. Baranowski Paweł, Gajewski PawełCredible enough? Forward guidance and perceived National Bank of Poland’s policy rule, Applied Economics Letter, 2, 2016, ss: 89-92, Lista A.
  2. Baranowski Paweł, Krajewski Piotr, Mackiewicz Michał, Szymańska Agata, The Effectiveness of Fiscal Policy Over the Business Cycle: A CEE Perspective, Emerging Markets Finance and Trade; 52(8); 2016, ss 1910 -1921; ISSN 1540-496X.
  3. Czembrowski Piotr, Kronenberg Jakub, Czepkiewicz Michał, Integrating non-monetary and monetary valuation methods – SoftGIS and hedonic pricing, Ecological Economics, vol. 130, 2016, s. 166–175. Lista A.
  4. Czembrowski Piotr, Kronenberg Jakub, Hedonic pricing and different urban green space types and sizes: Insights into the discussion on valuing ecosystem services, Landscape and Urban Planning, vol. 146, 2016, s. 11–19. Lista A.
  5. Czembrowski Piotr, Łaszkiewicz Edyta, Kronenberg Jakub, Bioculturally valuable but not necessarily worth the price: Integrating different dimensions of value of urban green spaces, Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, vol. 20, 2016, s. 89–96. Lista A.
  6. Gajewski Paweł, Monetary policy stress in EMU. What role for fundamentals and missed forecasts?, Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, no 52/2016, 2016, p. 1226-1240, Lista A.
  7. Gajewski Paweł, Sovereign Spreads and Financial Market Behaviour before and during the Crisis, Revista de Economia Mundial, 42, 2016, ss: 43-66, Lista A.
  8. Gałuszka Patryk, B.Brzozowska. Crowdfunding and the democratization of the music market, Media Culture & Society, online first; 2016, ss: 1-17; ISSN 0163-4437.
  9. Gałuszka Patryk, B.Brzozowska; Early career artists and the exchange of gifts on a crowdfunding platform, Continuum-Journal of Media & Cultural Studies; 30(6); 2016, ss: 744 -753; ISSN 1030-4312.
  10. Gałuszka Patryk, Katarzyna M. Wyrzykowska; Running a record label when records don’t sell anymore: empirical evidence from Poland; Popular Music; 35(1); 2016, ss 23- 40; ISSN 0261-1430.
  11. Green Tom L., Kronenberg Jakub, Andersson Erik, Elmqvist Thomas, Gómez-Baggethun Erik, Insurance value of green infrastructure in and around cities, Ecosystems, vol. 19(6), 2016, s. 1051–1063. Lista A.
  12. Kabisch Nadja, Strohbach Michael, Haase Dagmar, Kronenberg Jakub, Urban green space availability in European cities, Ecological Indicators, vol. 70, 2016, s. 586–596. Lista A.
  13. Kaczorowska Anna, Kain Jaan-Henrik, Kronenberg Jakub, Haase Dagmar, Ecosystem services in urban land use planning: Integration challenges in complex urban settings — Case of Stockholm, Ecosystem Services, vol. 22, 2016, s. 204–212. Lista A.
  14. Kremer, P., Hamstead Z., Haase D., McPhearson T., Frantzeskaki N., Andersson E., Kabisch N., Larondelle N., Lorance Rall E., Voigt A., Baró F., Bertram C., Gómez-Baggethun E., Hansen R., Kaczorowska A., Kain J.-H., Kronenberg J., Langemeyer J., Pauleit S., Rehdanz K., Schewenius M., van Ham C., Wurster D., Elmqvist T., Key insights for the future of urban ecosystem services research, Ecology and Society, vol. 21(2), 2016, art. 21. Lista A.
  15. Krajewski Piotr, Mackiewicz Michał, Szymańska Agata, Fiscal Sustainability in Central and Eastern European Countries-A Post-Crisis Assessment, Prague Economic Papers, 25/2(2016), ss 175- 188; ISSN 1210-0455.
  16. Kronenberg Jakub, Hubacek Klaus, From poverty trap to ecosystem service curse, Sustainability Science, vol. 11(6), 2016, s. 903–907. Lista A.
  17. Kronenberg Jakub, Pietrzyk-Kaszyńska Agata, Zbieg Anita, Żak Błażej, Wasting collaboration potential: a study in urban green space governance in a post-transition country, Environmental Science and Policy, vol. 62, 2016, s. 69–78. Lista A.
  18. Majchrowska Aleksandra, Paulina Broniatowska, Zbigniew Żółkiewski, Minimum Wage in Poland and Youth Employment in Regional Labor Markets, Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, no. 52/9/2016, p. 2178-2194, Lista A.
  19. Słomka-Gołębiowska Agnieszka, Urbanek Piotr,  Corporate boards, large blockholders and executive compensation in banks: Evidence from Poland, Emerging Markets Review, tom 28, September, 2016, s. 203 – 220.


  1. Kacprzyk Andrzej, Economic freedom–growth nexus in European Union countries, Applied Econommics Letters, nr 23/7/2015, s. 494-497, Lista A.
  2. Skorupińska Katarzyna, Towards a Europeanization of indirect employee participation: Polish experiences, “Economic and Industrial Democracy” Vol. 39 Issue 1, 2018; First published July 21, 2015; IF: 1.361. http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/0143831X15594430.