Czech Journal of Social Sciences, Business and Economics is an international multidisciplinary open-access peer-reviewed journal managed and published in the Czech Republic that features theoretical and empirical research papers in (predominantly) social sciences, business, and economics. The journal is published in volumes with each volume containing four issues annually. The journal is abstracted and/or indexed in ERIH PLUS, C.E.E.O.L., Google Scholar, EconBiz, and eLibrary (RINC). The journal is archived by the National Library of the Czech Republic.

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Volume 6, Issue 1 (spring), 2017

To download Volume 6, Issue 1 in PDF please click here (one file in PDF, sized about 1MB, downloads in one file).

Please click here to download Introduction, Editorial, and TOC.


Economic implications of Brexit: winners and losers of "European divorce" 

Svitlana Bilan, Svetlana Kalyugina and Grzegorz Mentel

DOI: 10.24984/cjssbe.2017.6.1.1



Seeking new options for EU migration policy: lessons from Australia

Barbora Olejárová and Peter Čajka

DOI: 10.24984/cjssbe.2017.6.1.2



Program-target method of pricing for international educational services

Elena Gulicheva and Marina Osipova

DOI: 10.24984/cjssbe.2017.6.1.3 


Innovations and competitiveness in regional development: a comparison of Latin America, Europe, and China

José L. Niño-Amézquita, Valery Dubrovsky and Andrea Jankurová

DOI: 10.24984/cjssbe.2017.6.1.4



Novel trends of using ICTs in the modern tourism industry

Josef Abrhám and Jing Wang

DOI: 10.24984/cjssbe.2017.6.1.5