Special Issue "Energy Management and Economics Analyses"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 January 2022) | Viewed by 18188
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2. Department of Finance, Gdansk University of Technology, 80-233 Gdansk, Poland
Interests: economic analysis, auditing, finance, accounting and financial control, payment tools
The Guest Editor is inviting submissions to a Special Issue of Energies on the subject area captured in the title, “Energy Management and Economics Analyses”.
This Special Issue is focused on the broad topic of energy management, economic analysis, and includes all branches of economics with a particular focus on research, both theoretical and applied, aimed at improving real-world understanding by applying economic analysis principles.
Authors should bring to their analysis whatever microeconomic or macroeconomic theoretical, experimental, or econometric tools are helpful.
Studies grounded on mathematics and statistics methods that help to bring economic theory closer to the real world are particularly appreciated.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is also of particular interest.
Topics of interest for publication include, but are not limited to:
- improvement of competitiveness of economy and enterprises;
- structural changes;
- economic shocks;
- theories and policies of regional economic integration;
- pillars of sustainable development and resilience;
- modelling indicators of sustainability;
- research and innovation in sustainable development;
- management and business organization;
- development of entrepreneurship and small and medium enterprises;
- macroeconomic issues of labor market;
- unemployment and structural changes;
- international finance;
- design of organizations and institutions;
- industrial organization;
- health economics;
- health care costs;
- economics of education, family, development, law, or the environment;
- labor economics;
- institutions and policies at the labor market;
- competences and human capital;
- earnings and income;
- foreign direct investment;
- descriptive business data analysis.
Moreover, manuscripts using interdisciplinary research approaches, which can help respond to contemporary COVID-19-associated challenges, are especially welcome.
Prof. Oleksandr Melnychenko
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- data analysis
- statistical analysis
- business reporting
- decision making
- energy systems
- energy philosophy
- energy optimization
- artificial intelligence
- Big data