The scientific journal Acta Scientiarum Polonorum. Oeconomia began publication in 2002. It was established and operates under the aegis of a consortium of Polish agricultural universities.

The quarterly Acta Scientiarum Polonorum. Oeconomia (ISSN 1644-0757; e-ISSN 2450-047X) publishes original scientific papers covering issues in economics and related fields.

The journal is a beneficiary of the program "Support for Scientific Journals" sponsored by the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education. Since 2019, it has 20 points in the Polish classification of scientific journals.

Articles and their abstracts are published in the following repositories and online databases:

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Aim and scope

Acta Scientiarum Polonorum Oeconomia is a journal focused on economic issues, with particular emphasis on rural development. The journal features original scientific articles related to all aspects of economy, for example: food economy, European consumer goods market, regional economy, public finance, sustainable regional development, local and regional development, tourist economy, rural development and entrepreneurship, social and innovative entrepreneurship, management, human and social capital, labour market, post-crises political and social processes, and development of cultural environments. The journal publishes original papers that contribute to scientific discussions that seek to expand the scope and understanding of economic phenomena and the processes occurring especially in rural environments.