The Journal of Financial Economics provides a specialized forum for the publication of research in the area of financial economics and the theory of the firm, placing primary emphasis on the highest quality analytical, empirical, and clinical contributions in the following major areas: capital markets, financial institutions, corporate finance, corporate governance, and the economics of organizations.
bepress. Research in economic analysis and policy; articles that would be suitable for publication in a top field journal, or an excellent general interest journal. These articles are likely to interest all economists in the field.
bepress. Articles making significant advances in theoretical economics; articles that would be suitable for publication in a top general interest journal like Econometrica or the Quarterly Journal of Economics or a top field journal such as RAND or JET.
Flagship journal of the American Economics Association. First published in 1911, the regular issues contain articles and shorter papers on all economic subjects including finance. The May issue is the Papers and Proceedings of the annual meeting.
Agricultural & Applied Economics Association. The journal provides a forum for creative and scholarly work in the field. Its covers the economics of agriculture, natural resources and the environment, and rural and community development.
A forum for continuing discussion of issues emphasized by the American political economist, social philosopher, and activist, Henry George(1839-1897). Today, the exciting encounters between sociology and economics remain a natural subject to explore.
Presents high-quality research in the interdisciplinary field of regional and urban studies. Publishes research in which the spatial dimension plays a fundamental role, including regional economics, resource management, and many other fields.
A peer-reviewed journal encouraging the application of economic analysis to specific problems in both the public and private sectors. It particularly fosters quantitative studies, the results of which are of use in the practical field.
a companion journal to Applied Economics and Applied Financial Economics. It publishes short accounts of new original research and encourages discussion of papers previously published in its two companion journals.
Official Publication of the International Atlantic Economic Society. The AEJ facilitates and synthesizes economic research across nations in order to encourage cross-fertilization of ideas and scholarly research.
Published with the London School of Economics & Political Science. BJIR aims to present the latest research on developments on employment and work from across the globe that appeal to an international readership.
BPEA offers authoritative, in-depth research on economic development. For over thirty years, BPEA has been an indispensable source for scholars and policymakers seeking objective analysis of major macroeconomic issues.
Provides comprehensive analysis on current and emerging issues of international trade and macroeconomics. Practitioners and academics contribute to each volume, with papers that provide an in-depth look at a particular topic.
bepress. Publishes articles on the interaction between firms and political actors. Two specific areas of particular interest: the use of non-market corporate strategy; and efforts by policy makers to influence firm behavior.
Canadian Economics Association. The premier outlet for high-quality papers concerning the Canadian economy and policy issues. Publishes papers on all economics topics -- both theoretical and empirical.
The principal objectives are (a) to stimulate policy relevance and empirical research in economic science, (b) to encourage interchange of scientific ideas among analysts with different approaches, and (c) to generate greater understanding.
The purpose of Challenge is to present a wide range of views on national and international economic affairs in the belief that an informed dialogue can result in more rational and effective public policy.
Western Economic Association. First published in 1982 as Contemporary Policy Issues, Contemporary Economic Policy publishes scholarly economic research and analysis on issues of vital concern to business, government, and other decision makers.
The Contributions tier publishes articles that make important contributions to specific literatures (e.g., predatory pricing). These articles would be suitable for publication in a very good field journal or a highly-regarded general interest journal.
Articles make important contributions to specific literatures within macroeconomics. They are suitable for publication in a very good general-interest or field journal, such as the European Economic Review or the Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking.
A forum for the academic discussion of original ideas and arguments drawn from important critical traditions in economic analysis broadly within the lines of thought associated with the work of the Classical political economists, Marx, Keynes, and Sraffa.
The Contributions tier publishes articles that make important contributions to specific literatures within theoretical economics; articles that would be suitable for publication in a good field journal or an established general interest journal.
Population Association of America. Demography includes research conducted in several disciplines, including the social sciences, geography, history, biology, statistics, business, epidemiology and public health.
One of the leading international journals in the field of development studies and social change. It includes contributions from all the social sciences and all intellectual persuasions concerned with development.
The journal is concerned with extending and integrating the study and management of “nature's household” (ecology) and “humankind's household” (economics). This integration is necessary because conceptual and professional isolation have led to economic and environmental policies which are mutually destructive rather than reinforcing in the long term. The journal is transdisciplinary in spirit and methodologically open.
Specific research areas covered include: valuation of natural resources, sustainable agriculture and development, ecologically integrated technology, integrated ecologic-economic modelling at scales from local to regional to global, implications of thermodynamics for economics and ecology, renewable resource management and conservation, critical assessments of the basic assumptions underlying current economic and ecological paradigms and the implications of alternative assumptions, economic and ecological consequences of genetically engineered organisms, and gene pool inventory and management, alternative principles for valuing natural wealth, integrating natural resources and environmental services into national income and wealth accounts, methods of implementing efficient environmental policies, case studies of economic-ecologic conflict or harmony, etc. New issues in this area are rapidly emerging and will find a ready forum in Ecological Economics.
Econometric Theory provides an authoritative outlet for original contributions in all of the major areas of econometrics. As well as articles that embody original theoretical research, the journal publishes periodic book reviews, historical studies on the evolution of econometric thought and on its major scholars. Econometric Theory also has an on-going ‘Notes and Problems’ series and a distinguished ‘ET Interviews’ series with pre-eminent scholars in the field.
Econometrica publishes original articles in all branches of economics - theoretical and empirical, abstract and applied, providing wide-ranging coverage across the subject area. It promotes studies that aim at the unification of the theoretical-quantitative and the empirical-quantitative approach to economic problems and that are penetrated by constructive and rigorous thinking. It explores a unique range of topics each year - from the frontier of theoretical developments in many new and important areas, to research on current and applied economic problems, to methodologically innovative, theoretical and applied studies in econometrics.
Est. in 1988 by the Royal Economic Society with the aim of creating a top international field journal for the publication of econometric research. The Journal is committed to publishing first-class papers in macro-, micro- and financial econometrics.
Economic Change and Restructuring (formerly "Economics of Planning") publishes cutting-edge research, both theoretical and empirical, on all economic and policy aspects of transitional and emerging economies.
Economic Development and Cultural Change is a multidisciplinary journal that publishes studies using modern theoretical and empirical approaches that examine both determinants and effects of various dimensions of economic development and cultural change.
Highlighting the publication of theoretically-based empirical articles and case studies of significant theoretical trends that are occurring within the field of economic geography, the journal serves as a forum for high-quality and innovative scholarship.
Economic history Society. Publishing reviews of books, periodicals and information technology, The Review will keep anyone interested in economic and social history abreast of current developments in the subject.
The Economic Journal is among the foremost of the learned journals in economics, and is invaluable to anyone with an active interest in economic issues. It is a key source for professional economists in higher education, business, government service and the financial sector, and represents unbeatable value for those who want to keep abreast in current thinking in economics. In recent years the number of pages has increased (it now contains 8 issues a year) while the price has been held down.
Fills a major gap in the economics literature, providing a single source of both theoretical and applied papers on economic modelling. The journal's prime objective is to provide an international review of the state-of-the-art in economic modelling.
Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR). Publishes some of the most cited studies anywhere in the world - on financial crises, deregulation, unions, the euro and other pressing international topics.
Economic Policy is celebrating 20 years at the forefront of economic policy debate. Over the two decades since its inception, Economic Policy has published some of the most cited studies anywhere in the world - on financial crises, deregulation, unions, the euro and other pressing international topics. Economic Policy features:
Analysis of key issues as they emerge
Views of top international economists
Frontier thinking without technical jargon
Wide-reaching coverage of worldwide policy debate
London School of Economics. Economica is an international journal devoted to research in all branches of economics. Theoretical and empirical articles are welcome from all parts of the international research community.
Economica is an international journal devoted to research in all branches of economics. Theoretical and empirical articles are welcome from all parts of the international research community. Economica is a leading economics journal, appearing high in the published citation rankings. In addition to the main papers which make up each issue, there is an extensive review section, covering a wide range of recently published titles at all levels. From time to time special issues on selected topics are published, and are available as either single back issues or, if published in the current year, are included in the annual subscription.
The disciplines of economics and philosophy each possess their own special analytical methods, whose combination is powerful and fruitful. Each discipline can be enriched by the other. Economics and Philosophy aims to promote their mutual enrichment by publishing articles and book reviews in all areas linking these subjects. Topics include the methodology and epistemology of economics, the foundations of decision theory and game theory, the nature of rational choice in general, historical work on economics with a philosophical purpose, ethical issues in economics, the use of economic techniques in ethical theory, and many other subjects.
Economics & Politics focuses on analytical political economy, broadly defined as the study of economic and political phenomena and policy in models that include political processes, institutions and markets.
Publishes high-quality, refereed articles on the economics of structural transformation, institutional development, and growth. Presents innovative theoretical work and econometric analyses of the process of economic reform and its macroeconomic effects.
Since 1852, De Economist, the Quarterly Review of The Royal Netherlands Economic Association, has provided an outlet for high quality research in economics. Emphasizing European issues, it covers both theoretical issues and applied work.
Economist.com has all the latest articles from The Economist newspaper and an archive containing the 33,000 Economist articles published since 1997. Plus features such as The Global Agenda, Cities Guides and Country Briefing.
Edited by Joseph Stiglitz, recipient of the 2001 Nobel Prize for Economics, together with Brad DeLong and Aaron Edlin. It's short, focused policy articles fill a gap between the op-ed pages of the newspaper and full-length journal articles.
International Association for Energy Economics. Articles are academic in nature and range from topical short papers, informative articles, talks and research reports. A review section examining books and government reports on energy policy and prospects.
The European Review of Agricultural Economics is now firmly established as the pre-eminent forum for the discussion and dissemination of theoretical and applied agricultural economics research in Europe, with a readership that extends worldwide.
The official journal of the Economic Science Association, serves the growing group of economists around the world who use laboratory methods to study phenomena that are difficult to observe directly in naturally occurring economic contexts.
broad coverage of the application of economic analysis to historical episodes. The journal has a tradition of innovative applications of theory and quantitative techniques, and it explores all aspects of economic change and all historical periods.
Introduced in 1914 as a vehicle to present policy issues developed by the Federal Reserve Board. Throughout the years, the Bulletin has been viewed as a journal of record, serving to provide data generated by the Board back to the public.
Financial Management Association international. FE serves both academics and practitioners concerned with the financial management of nonfinancial businesses, financial institutions, and public or private not-for-profit organizations.
Food Policy is a multidisciplinary journal publishing original research and critical reviews on issues in the formulation, implementation and analysis of policies for the food sector in developing, transition and advanced economies.
Articles use microeconomics to analyze issues in business, consumer behavior, and public policy, with practical implications. The Frontiers tier publishes seminal articles that would be suitable for publication in a top general interest journal.
Frontiers articles are at the frontier of macroeconomics. They are suitable for publication in a top general interest journal, e.g. the American Economic Review, Econometrica, the Journal of Political Economy, or the Quarterly Journal of Economics.
Facilitates cross-fertilization between theories and applications of game theoretic reasoning. It consistently attracts the best quality and most creative papers in interdisciplinary studies within the social, biological, and mathematical sciences.
Growth and Change is a broadly based forum for scholarly research on all aspects of urban and regional development and policy-making. Interdisciplinary in scope, the journal publishes both empirical and theoretical contributions.
Growth and Change is a broadly based forum for scholarly research on all aspects of urban and regional development and policy-making. Interdisciplinary in scope, the journal publishes both empirical and theoretical contributions from economics, geography, public finance, urban and regional planning, agricultural economics, public policy, and related fields. These include full-length research articles, Perspectives (contemporary assessments and views on significant issues in urban and regional development) as well as critical book reviews.
Focusing on the history of economic thought and analysis, History of Political Economy has made significant contributions to the history of economic thought and remains the field's foremost means of communication.
Focusing on the history of economic thought and analysis, History of Political Economy has made significant contributions to the history of economic thought and remains the field's foremost means of communication. In addition to book reviews, each issue contains original research on the development of economic thought, the historical background behind major figures in the history of economics, the interpretation of economic theories, and the methodologies available to historians of economic theory.
Presents and interprets the evidence on corporate and industrial change, drawing from an interdisciplinary set of approaches and theories from e.g. economics, sociology of organization, organization theory, political science, and social psychology.
Issued quarterly since October 1947, the Industrial and Labor Relations Review is a leading interdisciplinary journal publishing original research on all aspects of the employment relationship. The journal also publishes reviews of some 30 books per yr.
Research on corporate restructuring and downsizing, the changing employment relationship in union and nonunion settings, high performance work systems, the demographics of the workplace, and the impact of globalization on national labor markets.
Corporate restructuring and downsizing, the changing employment relationship in union and nonunion settings, high performance work systems, the demographics of the workplace, and the impact of globalization on national labor markets - these are just some of the major issues covered in Industrial Relations. The journal offers an invaluable international perspective on economic, sociological, psychological, political, historical, and legal developments in labor and employment. It is the only journal in its field with this multidisciplinary focus on the implications of change for business, government and workers.
An international journal that intends to strengthen communication between individuals and groups who produce and apply research results in insurance and finance, aiming to integrate the currently fragmented research in both fields.
A forum for modern quantitative economics. The journal stimulates economic research around the world by publishing cutting edge papers in many areas of economics, including econometrics, economic theory, macro, and applied economics.
International Journal of the Economics of Business presents original, peer reviewed research in economics that is clearly applicable to business or related public policy problems or issues. The term ‘business' is used in its widest sense.
The IJIO is an international venture that aims at full coverage of theoretical and empirical questions in industrial organization. This includes classic questions of strategic behavior and market structure.
The IJIO is an international venture that aims at full coverage of theoretical and empirical questions in industrial organization. This includes classic questions of strategic behavior and market structure. The journal also seeks to publish articles dealing with technological change, internal organization of firms, regulation, antitrust and productivity analysis. We recognize the need to allow for diversity of perspectives and research styles in industrial organization and we encourage submissions in theoretical work, empirical work, and case studies. The journal will also occasionally publish symposia on topical issues.
The International Labour Review is the world's leading multidisciplinary journal of labour market institutions and economics. Its aim is to advance academic research and inform policy debate and decision-making in these fields by bringing together the original thinking of lawyers, economists, sociologists, political scientists and industrial relations specialists on a broad range of labour market policy and social protection concerns. The International Labour Review also features concise reports on current developments considered to be of particular interest to those working in these fields and reviews of recent major publications. It is committed to an editorial policy that combines accessibility with rigorous, insightful analysis and the highest scholarly standards.
An international forum for economists, geographers, planners, and other social scientists to share important research findings and methodological breakthroughs. Serves as a catalyst for improving spatial and regional analysis within the social sciences.
International Regional Science Review is an international forum for economists, geographers, planners, and other social scientists to share important research findings and methodological breakthroughs. The journal serves as a catalyst for improving spatial and regional analysis within the social sciences and stimulating communication among the disciplines. IRSR deliberately helps define regional science by publishing key interdisciplinary survey articles that summarize and evaluate previous research and identify fruitful research directions. Focusing on issues of theory, method, and public policy where the spatial or regional dimension is central, IRSR strives to promote useful scholarly research that is securely tied to the real world.
UNESCO. Bridges social science communities across disciplines and continents with a view to sharing information and debate with the widest possible audience. Has a particular interest in policy-relevant questions and interdisciplinary approaches.
International in scope and authorship, the International Social Science Journal (ISSJ) bridges social science communities across disciplines and continents with a view to sharing information and debate with the widest possible audience. The ISSJ has a particular interest in policy-relevant questions and interdisciplinary approaches. It serves as a forum for review, reflection and discussion informed by the results of recent and ongoing research.
The ISSJ was founded by UNESCO in 1949, is published in six language editions: English, French, Spanish, Arabic, Chinese and Russian.
Economics: Japanese Economic Review - Journal of Futures Markets
Aims to become the Japanese counterpart of The American Economic Review , publishing substantial economic analysis of the highest quality across the whole field of economics from the researchers both within and outside Japan.
Started in 1950 by a group of leading Japanese economists under the title The Economic Studies Quarterly, the journal became the official English language publication of the Japanese Economic Association in 1959. As its successor, The Japanese Economic Review aims to become the Japanese counterpart of The American Economic Review , publishing substantial economic analysis of the highest quality across the whole field of economics from the researchers both within and outside Japan. It also welcomes innovative and thought-provoking contributions with strong relevance to real economic issues, whether political, theoretical or policy-oriented.
A vehicle to carry rigorous economic analysis, focused entirely on Africa, for Africans and anyone interested in the continent - be they consultants, policymakers, academics, traders, financiers, development agents or aid workers.
The Journal of Agricultural & Food Industrial Organization is the only journal devoted solely to theoretical and empirical analysis of competitive issues in the agricultural and food industries worldwide
Publishes articles dealing with the application of existing as well as new econometric techniques to a wide variety of problems in economics and related subjects, covering topics in measurement, estimation, testing, forecasting, and policy analysis.
Scholarly research concerning financial institutions and the money and capital markets within which they function. Emphasizes theoretical developments and their implementation, empirical, applied, and policy-oriented research in banking and finance.
University of Chicago Press. Ceased publication in 2006. Published research, analysis, and inquiry into issues of importance to the business community-from theoretical insights to empirical analyses of data and practical management strategies.
Articles in JB examine emerging trends and fast-changing concerns faced by domestic and international business communities-from a comprehensive range of areas, including business finance and investment, money and banking, marketing, security markets, business economics, accounting practices, social issues and public policy, management organization, statistics and econometrics, administration and management, international trade and finance, and personnel, industrial relations, and labor.
The Journal of Business and Economic Statistics (JBES) publishes a range of articles, primarily applied statistical analyses of microeconomic, macroeconomic, forecasting, business, and finance related topics.
The Journal of Business and Economic Statistics (JBES) publishes a range of articles, primarily applied statistical analyses of microeconomic, macroeconomic, forecasting, business, and finance related topics. More general papers in statistics, econometrics, computation, simulation, or graphics are also appropriate if they are immediately applicable to the journal's general topics of interest. Articles published in JBES contain significant results, high-quality methodological content, excellent exposition, and usually include a substantive empirical application.
JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies is the leading journal in the field, publishing high quality, and accessible articles on the latest European Integration issues. For 40 years it has been the forum for the development and evaluation of theoretical and empirical issues in the politics and economics of European integration, focusing principally on developments within the EU. JCMS is committed to deepening the theoretical understanding of European integration and aims to achieve a disciplinary balance between political science, economics and international relations, including the various sub disciplines such as international political economy. Each year a special book issue is devoted to a comprehensive review of the activities of the European Union in the previous year.
The mission of the Journal of Comparative Economics is to lead the new orientations of research in comparative economics. Before 1989, the core of comparative economics was the comparison of economic systems with in particular the economic analysis of socialism in its different forms. In the last fifteen years, the main focus of interest of comparative economists has been the transition from socialism to capitalism. In recent years, mostly as a result of the transition experience, a new orientation of comparative economics has emerged that focuses on the comparison of the economic effects of the various institutions of capitalism, be it in the legal sphere (common law versus civil law), in the political sphere (different types of democracies and electoral regimes) or in the sphere of culture, social norms, etc. This new orientation is a natural development following the very diverse experience of transitions from socialism to capitalism. The transition experience has indeed shown with a vengeance the importance of institutions in the process of economic development.
Questions raised along these new orientations include: what institutions are critical (courts, credit markets, good regulations, etc) for successful growth?; how should institutions be measured (subjective surveys, particular laws on the books, etc); why are certain institutions, such as courts and regulatory culture, slow-moving while others, such as constitutions and electoral procedures, relatively fast-moving; why is there so much cross-sectional variance in the quality of institutions, and what kinds of initial conditions or historic natural experiments can be employed to estimate the causal impact of institutions on economic performance? The Journal of Comparative Economics will maintain its tradition of publishing the best papers on the Chinese economy and of being an important outlet for work on economies in Central Europe and the Former Soviet Union; the Journal of Comparative Economics aims to enlarge the interest of the journal to other emerging market economies.
Publishes papers relating to all aspects of economic development - from immediate policy concerns to structural problems of underdevelopment. The emphasis is on quantitative or analytical work, which is relevant as well as intellectually stimulating.
Publishes important new research in both theoretical and applied econometrics. Includes papers on estimation and other methodological aspects of the application of statistical inference to economic data and the application of econometric techniques.
The Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization is devoted to theoretical and empirical research concerning economic decision, organization and behavior and to economic change in all its aspects. Its specific purposes are to foster an improved understanding of how human cognitive, computational and informational characteristics influence the working of economic organizations and market economies and how an economy's structural features lead to various types of micro and macro behavior, to changing patterns of development and to institutional evolution. Research with these purposes that explore the interrelations of economics with other disciplines such as biology, psychology, law, anthropology, sociology and mathematics is particularly welcome. The journal is eclectic as to research method; systematic observation and careful description, simulation modeling and mathematical analysis are all within its purview. Empirical work, including controlled laboratory experimentation, that probes close to the core of the issues in theoretical dispute is encouraged.
The journal provides an outlet for publication of research concerning all theoretical and empirical aspects of economic dynamics and control as well as the development and use of computational methods in economics and finance.
The journal provides an outlet for publication of research concerning all theoretical and empirical aspects of economic dynamics and control as well as the development and use of computational methods in economics and finance. Contributions regarding computational methods may include, but are not restricted to, artificial intelligence, databases, decision support systems, genetic algorithms, modelling languages, neural networks, numerical algorithms for optimization, control and equilibria, parallel computing and qualitative reasoning.
The Journal of Economic Education offers original articles on teaching economics. In its pages, leading scholars evaluate innovations in teaching techniques, materials, and programs. Instructors of introductory through graduate level economics will find the journal an indispensable resource for content and pedagogy in a variety of media. The Journal of Economic Education is published quarterly in cooperation with the National Council on Economic Education and the Advisory Committee on Economic Education of the American Economic Association.
The aims of the Journal of Economic Geography are to redefine and reinvigorate the intersection between economics and geography, and to provide a world-class journal in the field. The journal is steered by a distinguished team of Editors and an Editorial Board, drawn equally from the two disciplines. It publishes original academic research and discussion of the highest scholarly standard in the field of 'economic geography' broadly defined. Submitted papers are refereed, and are evaluated on the basis of their creativity, quality of scholarship, and contribution to advancing understanding of the geographic nature of economic systems and global economic change.
The Journal of Economic Growth serves as the principal outlet for theoretical as well as empirical research in economic growth and dynamic macroeconomics. The journal publishes high quality research examining neoclassical and endogenous growth models, growth and income distribution, human capital, fertility, trade, development, migration, money, the political economy, endogenous technological change, overlapping-generations models, and economic fluctuations.
The editorial board consists of prominent researchers in the fields of economic growth, dynamic macroeconomics, international economics, urban economics, migration, and development.
Economic History Association. The Journal of Economic History is devoted to the multidisciplinary study of history and economics, and is of interest not only to economic historians but to social and demographic historians, as well as economists in general
The Journal of Economic History is devoted to the multidisciplinary study of history and economics, and is of interest not only to economic historians but to social and demographic historians, as well as economists in general. The journal has broad coverage, in terms of both methodology and geographic scope. Topics covered include money and banking, trade, manufacturing, technology, transportation, industrial organisation, labour, agriculture, servitude, demography, education, economic growth, and the role of government and regulation. In addition, an extensive book review section keeps readers informed about the latest work in economic history and related fields. Published for the Economic History Association
The JEI has been internationally respected journal of institutional and evolutionary economics since its founding in 1967. Publishes articles that describe aspects of evolving economic system, economic problems, economic policy, and methodology.
The Journal of Economic Perspectives (JEP) attempts to fill a gap between the general interest press and most other academic economics journals. The journal aims to publish articles that will serve several goals: to synthesize and integrate lessons learned from active lines of economic research; to provide economic analysis of public policy issues; to encourage cross-fertilization of ideas among the fields of thinking; to offer readers an accessible source for state-of-the-art economic thinking; to suggest directions for future research; to provide insights and readings for classroom use; and to address issues relating to the economics profession. Articles appearing in the journal are normally solicited by the editors and associate editors. Proposals for topics and authors should be directed to the journal office.
The Journal aims to present research that will improve understanding of behavioral, especially socio-psychological, aspects of economic phenomena and processes. The Journal seeks to be a channel for the increased interest in using behavioral science methods for the study of economic behavior, and so to contribute to better solutions of societal problems, by stimulating new approaches and new theorizing about economic affairs. Economic psychology as a discipline studies the psychological mechanisms that underlie consumption and other economic behavior. It deals with preferences, choices, decisions, and factors influencing these, as well as the consequences of decisions and choices with respect to the satisfaction of needs. This includes the impact of external economic phenomena upon human behavior and well-being. Studies in economic psychology may relate to different levels of aggregation, from the household and the individual consumer to the macro level of whole nations. Economic behavior in connection with inflation, unemployment, taxation, economic development, as well as consumer information and economic behavior in the market place are thus the major fields of interest.
The Journal of Economic Psychology contains: (a) reports of empirical research on economic behavior; (b) assessments of the state of the art in various subfields of economic psychology; (c) articles providing a theoretical perspective or a frame of reference for the study of economic behavior; (d) articles explaining the implications of theoretical developments for practical applications; (e) book reviews; (f) announcements of meetings, conferences and seminars.
Special issues of the Journal may be devoted to themes of particular interest. The Journal will encourage exchange of information between researchers and practitioners by being a forum for discussion and debate of issues in both theoretical and applied research.
The journal seeks research findings and commentary on international developments in economics. Articles on economic issues between individual nations, emerging and evolving trading blocs will be particularly welcomed.
As economics becomes increasingly specialized, communication amongst economists becomes even more important. The Journal of Economic Surveys seeks to improve the communication of new ideas. It provides a means by which economists can keep abreast of recent developments beyond their immediate specialization. Areas covered include:
Each year, the Journal of Economic Surveys publishes a special issue devoted to a particular theme. Recent topics include: Issues in Monetary, Financial and Macroeconomic Adjustment Policies; Surveys in Economic Growth: Theory and Empirics, and Contributions to Financial Econometrics: Theoretical and Practical Issues. Each special issue is available as part of an annual subscription in the year in which it is published, while previous years' issues may be purchased individually as part of the Surveys of Recent Research in Economics book series.
JET publishes original research on economic theory and emphasizes the theoretical analysis of economic models, including the study of related mathematical techniques. JET is the leading journal in economic theory.
Specializing in mathematical economic theory, Journal of Economics focuses on microeconomic theory while also publishing papers on macroeconomic topics as well as econometric case studies of general interest.
The Journal is published six times a year and focuses on theoretical and applied research in economics and finance in areas such as corporate finance, monetary and fiscal theory and policy, financial institutions and markets and industrial organization.
The Journal of Economics & Management Strategy provides a leading forum for interaction and research on the competitive strategies of managers and the organizational structure of firms. The journal features theoretical and empirical industrial organization, applied game theory, and management strategy. JEMS is an important resource for economists in economics departments and in schools of business and management, including departments of finance, managerial economics, accounting, marketing, organization behavior, and management strategy. In addition, the journal serves as a valuable resource for managers and managerial consultants seeking up-to-date research on management strategy, and provides to practitioners a means of access to innovative economic research on the theory of the firm.
The Journal of Environmental Economics and Management publishes theoretical and empirical papers devoted to specific natural resources and environmental issues. For consideration, papers should (1) contain a substantial element embodying the linkage between economic systems and environmental and natural resources systems or (2) be of substantial importance in understanding the management and/or social control of the economy in its relations with the natural environment. Although the general orientation of the journal is toward economics, interdisciplinary papers by researchers in other fields of interest to resource and environmental economists will be welcomed. The journal is intended to be of interest not only to research economists but also to the scientific community concerned with resource and environmental management research.
JEEM Policy Concerning Replication. For any paper published in this journal, all data used must be clearly documented. Computational methods must be explained in sufficient detail to permit replication, and data used in analyses must be made available to any researcher for purposes of replication. The Editor must be notified at the time that a paper is submitted to the journal, if these conditions cannot be met.
The Journal of Evolutionary Economics serves as an international forum for this new approach to economics. Following the tradition of Joseph A. Schumpeter, it focuses on original research with an evolutionary view of the economy.
The Journal of Evolutionary Economics serves as an international forum for this new approach to economics. Following the tradition of Joseph A. Schumpeter, it focuses on original research with an evolutionary view of the economy. Articles feature a strong emphasis on dynamics, changing structures, and disequilibrium processes with an evolutionary perspective. The journal also stresses interdisciplinary analysis and theoretical, methodological, and applied work.
Topics include industrial dynamics; multi-sectoral and cross-country studies of productivity; innovations and new technologies; dynamic competition and structural change; causes and effects of technological, political, and social change; cyclic processes in economic evolution; the role of governments in a dynamic world; modeling complex dynamic economic systems; application of concepts such as self-organization, bifurcation, and chaos theory to economics; and evolutionary games.
The Journal of Finance publishes leading research across all the major fields of financial research. It is the most widely cited academic journal on finance. Each issue of the journal reaches over 8,000 academics, finance professionals, libraries, government and financial institutions around the world. Published six times a year, the journal is the official publication of The American Finance Association, the premier academic organization devoted to the study and promotion of knowledge about financial economics.
The JFQA publishes theoretical and empirical research in financial economics. Topics include corporate finance, investments, capital and security markets, and quantitative methods of particular relevance to financial researchers.
Research in the area of financial economics and the theory of the firm, placing primary emphasis on the highest quality analytical, empirical, and clinical contributions in capital markets, financial institutions, corporate finance, governance, and more.
The Journal of Forecasting is an international journal that publishes refereed papers on forecasting. It is multidisciplinary, welcoming papers dealing with any aspect of forecasting: theoretical, practical, computational and methodological.
The Journal of Forecasting is an international journal that publishes refereed papers on forecasting. It is multidisciplinary, welcoming papers dealing with any aspect of forecasting: theoretical, practical, computational and methodological. A broad interpretation of the topic is taken with approaches from various subject areas, such as statistics, economics, psychology, systems engineering and social sciences, all encouraged. Furthermore, the Journal welcomes a wide diversity of applications in such fields as business, government, technology and the environment. Of particular interest are papers dealing with modelling issues and the relationship of forecasting systems to decision-making processes. New concepts of modelling are especially encouraged as well as practical details of actual applications of particular models. Apart from research reports and review articles, other materials of interest that will be published include book reviews, software reviews, descriptions of data sources and notices of general interest.
The Journal of Futures Markets chronicles the latest developments in financial futures and derivatives. It publishes timely, innovative articles written by leading finance academics and professionals. Coverage ranges from the highly practical to theoretical topics that include futures, derivatives, risk management and control, financial engineering, new financial instruments, hedging strategies, analysis of trading systems, legal, accounting, and regulatory issues, and portfolio optimization. This publication contains the very latest research from the top experts.
Publishes alternative perspectives from academics and practitioners on all aspects of development and globalization, and attempts to integrate the best development research from across different fields with contributions from scholars in developing and developed countries.
Journal of Health Economics - Journal of World Trade
This journal seeks articles related to the economics of health and medical care. Its scope will include the following topics: production of health and health services; demand and utilization of health services; financing of health services; measurement of health; behavioral models of demanders, suppliers and other health care agencies; manpower planning and forecasting; the prevention of sickness; cost-benefit and cost-effectiveness analyses and issues of budgeting; efficiency and distributional aspects of health policy; and such other topics as the Editors may deem appropriate. Applications to problems in both developed and less-developed countries are welcomed.
First published in 1952, the journal has a wide international circulation and is recognised as a leading journal in the field. It was founded to promote the analysis of modern industry, particularly the behaviour of firms and the functioning of markets.
The Journal of International Economic Law is dedicated to encouraging thoughtful and scholarly attention to a very broad range of subjects that concern the relation of law to international economic activity.
The Journal of International Economics is intended to serve as the primary outlet for theoretical and empirical research in all areas of international economics. These include, but are not limited to the following: trade patterns, commercial policy; international institutions; exchange rates; open economy macroeconomics; international finance; international factor mobility. The Journal especially encourages the submission of articles which are empirical in nature, or deal with issues of open economy macroeconomics and international finance.
Theoretical work submitted to the Journal should be original in its motivation or modelling structure. Empirical analysis should be based on a theoretical framework, and should be capable of replication. It is expected that all materials required for replication (including computer programs and data sets) should be available upon request to the authors.
Investigate various aspects of labor economics, including supply and demand of labor services, personnel economics, distribution of income, unions and collective bargaining, applied and policy issues in labor economics, and labor markets and demographics.
Since 1983, the Journal of Labor Economics has presented international research that examines issues affecting the economy as well as social and private behavior. The Journal publishes both theoretical and applied research results relating to the U.S. and international data. And its contributors investigate various aspects of labor economics, including supply and demand of labor services, personnel economics, distribution of income, unions and collective bargaining, applied and policy issues in labor economics, and labor markets and demographics.
Provides an outlet for original research on all aspects of behavior affecting labor market outcomes. The Journal provides a forum for both empirical and theoretical research on the U.S. and international labor markets, and labor/employment issues.
The Journal of Labor Research provides an outlet for original research on all aspects of behavior affecting labor market outcomes. The Journal provides a forum for both empirical and theoretical research on the U.S. and international labor markets, and labor/employment issues. The journal welcomes submissions from scholars in all relevant fields on topics that involve analyses of the workplace. Issues relating to labor markets and employment relations, including labor demand and supply, personnel economics, unions and collective bargaining, employee participation, dispute resolution, labor market policies, types of employment relationships and the interplay between labor market variables and various economic outcomes are published by the Journal. The Journal of Labor Research also publishes book reviews relating to these topics.
Continued by Land Economics. Established in 1925 by the renowned economist and founder of the American Economic Association, Richard T. Ely at the University of Wisconsin, it has consistently published innovative, conceptual, and empirical research.
Publishes research on the economic analysis of regulation and the behavior of regulated firms, the political economy of legislation and legislative processes, law and finance, corporate finance and governance, and industrial organization.
The Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization is an interdisciplinary exercise. It seeks to promote an understanding of many complex phenomena by examining such matters from a combined law, economics, and organization perspective (or a two-way combination thereof). In this connection, we use the term organization broadly - to include scholarship drawing on political science, psychology and sociology, among other fields. It also holds the study of institutions - especially economic, legal, and political institutions - to be specifically important and greatly in need of careful analytic study.
Interdisciplinary research into law and legal institutions. Emphasizes social science approaches, especially economics, political science, and psychology, but it also publishes the work of historians, philosophers, and others interested in legal theory.
In the Editors view, the formal mathematical expression of economic ideas is of vital importance to economics. Such an expression can determine whether a loose economic intuition has a coherent, logical meaning. Also, a full formal development of economic ideas can itself suggest new economic concepts and intuitions.
The primary objective of the Journal is to provide a forum for work in economic theory which expresses economic ideas using formal mathematical reasoning. For work to add to this primary objective, it is not sufficient that the mathematical reasoning be new and correct. The work should have real economic content. The economic ideas should be interesting and important. These ideas may pertain to any field of economics or any school of economic thought. The economic ideas may be well-known, provided they are expressed and developed in a novel way.
The profession has witnessed over the past twenty years a remarkable expansion of research activities bearing on problems in the broader field of monetary economics. The strong interest in monetary analysis has been increasingly matched in recent years by the growing attention to the working and structure of financial institutions. The role of various institutional arrangements, the consequences of specific changes in banking structure and the welfare aspects of structural policies have attracted an increasing interest in the profession. There has also been a growing attention to the operation of credit markets and to various aspects in the behavior of rates of return on assets. The Journal of Monetary Economics provides a specialized forum for the publication of this research.
The Journal of Policy Modeling is published by Elsevier for the Society for Policy Modeling to provide a forum for analysis and debate concerning international policy issues. The journal addresses questions of critical import to the world community as a whole, and it focuses upon the economic, social, and political interdependencies between national and regional systems. This implies concern with international policies for the promotion of a better life for all human beings and, therefore, concentrates on improved methodological underpinnings for dealing with these problems.
Understanding of the world socioeconomic environment can best be gained by contrasting behavior of its subsystems, regions, and sectors within different time horizons. The Journal of Policy Modeling emphasizes formal modeling techniques serving the purposes of decision making. Such a focus requires an ongoing review of the state of the art in the field, probing whether existing analytical instruments can properly account for the interdependence of policy decisions over time, space, and sectors. It also requires an ongoing effort to improve the relevance of models for decision making, and a continuing critique of their conceptual underpinnings.
One of the oldest and most prestigious journals in economics, the Journal of Political Economy has since 1892 presented significant research and scholarship in economic theory and practice. The journal aims to publish highly selective, widely cited articles of current relevance that will have a long-term impact on economics research. JPE's analytical, interpretive, and empirical studies in a number of areas - including monetary theory, fiscal policy, labor economics, development, micro- and macroeconomic theory, international trade and finance, industrial organization, and social economics - are essential reading for all economists wishing to keep up with substantive new research in the discipline.
J Popul Econ is the Journal of the European Society for Population Economics. It publishes original theoretical and applied research and survey articles dealing with broadly defined relationships between economic and demographic problems.
The Journal of Population Economics is the Journal of the European Society for Population Economics. It publishes original theoretical and applied research and survey articles dealing with broadly defined relationships between economic and demographic problems.
Micro-level topics examine household behavior, including household formation, fertility choices, education, labor supply, and migration. Macro-level investigations address such issues as economic growth with exogenous or endogenous population evolution, population policy, savings and pensions, social security, housing, and health care.
The journal also features research into economic approaches to biology, the relationship between population dynamics and public choice, and the impact of population on the distribution of income and wealth. Lastly, readers will find papers dealing with policy issues and development problems that are relevant to population issues.
Institutional Investor. Thought-provoking analysis and practical techniques in institutional investing. It gives you cutting-edge research on asset allocation, performance measurement, market trends, risk management, and portfolio optimization.
A scholarly journal of innovative theoretical and empirical work that sheds fresh light on contemporary economic problems. It is committed to the principle that cumulative development of economic theory is only possible when the theory is continuously subjected to scrutiny in terms of its ability both to explain the real world and to provide a reliable guide to public policy.
The Journal of Productivity Analysis is an official journal of the Productivity Analysis Research Network. It publishes theoretical and applied research addressing the measurement, analysis, and improvement of productivity.
The Journal of Productivity Analysis is an official journal of the Productivity Analysis Research Network. It publishes theoretical and applied research addressing the measurement, analysis, and improvement of productivity. The journal’s empirical research papers apply theory and techniques to the measurement of productivity and set forth implications for managerial strategies and public policy to enhance productivity.
The journal’s broad scope spans economics, management sciences, operations research, and business and public administration. A partial list of topics includes productivity theory, organizational design, index number theory, and related foundations of productivity analysis. The journal also publishes research on computational methods employed in productivity analysis and empirical research based on data at all levels of aggregation.
Encourages original scientific contributions on the problems of public economics, with particular emphasis on the application of modern economic theory and methods of quantitative analysis. It provides a forum for discussion of public policy.
The Journal of Regional Science (JRS) publishes original analytical research at the intersection of economics and quantitative geography. Since 1958, the JRS has published leading contributions to urban and regional thought including rigorous methodological contributions and seminal theoretical pieces. The JRS is one of the most highly cited journals in urban and regional research, planning, geography, and the environment. The JRS publishes work that advances our understanding of the geographic dimensions of urban and regional economies, human settlements, and policies related to cities and regions.
Serves as a forum for the analysis of regulatory theories and institutions by developing rigorous foundations for the economics of regulation. Provides researchers, policymakers, and institutions with current perspectives on both theory and practice.
The Journal of Regulatory Economics serves as a high quality forum for the analysis of regulatory theories and institutions by developing rigorous foundations for the economics of regulation. It provides researchers, policymakers, and institutions with current perspectives on both theory and practice.
This journal publishes both theoretical and applied works, including experimental research. It addresses research on all aspects of regulation, including traditional problems of natural monopoly, antitrust and competition policy, incentive regulation, deregulation, auction theory, new policy instruments, health and safety regulation, environmental regulation, insurance and financial regulation, hazardous and solid waste regulation, universal service obligation, and consumer product regulation.
The Journal of Risk and Insurance publishes rigorous, original research in insurance economics and risk management. This includes the following areas of specialization: (1) industrial organization of insurance markets; (2) management of risks in the private and public sectors; (3) insurance finance, financial pricing, financial management; (4) economics of employee benefits, pension plans, and social insurance; (5) utility theory, demand for insurance, moral hazard, and adverse selection; (6) insurance regulation; (7) actuarial and statistical methodology; and (8) economics of insurance institutions. Both theoretical and empirical submissions are encouraged. Empirical work should provide tests of hypotheses based on sound theoretical foundations.
A general economics journal whose calling card is its methodological open-mindedness and a strong commitment to economic rigor and economic or analytical significance as opposed to the simple use of mathematical proofs and statistical significance.
Journal of Socio-Economics is a general economics journal whose calling card is its methodological open-mindedness and a strong commitment to economic rigor and economic or analytical significance as opposed to the simple use of mathematical proofs and statistical significance.
The JSE welcomes the traditional, more focused, economics research as well as interdisciplinary discourses that serve to enhance our understanding of the world in which we live, recognizing that the economy is an interactive part of a larger socio-economic structure. With this in mind, the JSE also welcomes survey articles and suggestions for special topic issues. The objective of the JSE is to be a forum for theoretical and empirical research (inclusive of case studies, experiments and simulation based analyses) irrespective of its methodological orientation, that improves our knowledge of the state of the world past and present as well as enriches our causal understanding of the economy. In light of these objectives, research with a public policy orientation and literature reviews are also welcome. Articles should be written in a manner that is intelligible to our generalist readership.
Publishes scholarly research in the field of sports economics. The aim of the journal is to further research in the area of sports economics by bringing together theoretical and empirical research in a single intellectual venue.
The Journal replaces the European Economic Review as the official journal of the association. JEEA publishes articles of the highest scientific quality and is an outlet for theoretical and empirical work with global relevaance.
Journal of the European Economic Association replaces the European Economic Review as the official journal of the association. JEEA publishes articles of the highest scientific quality and is an outlet for theoretical and empirical work with global relevance. The journal is committed to promoting the ambitions of the EEA: the development and application of economics as a science, as well as the communication and exchange between teachers, researchers and students in economics. Published by The MIT Press for The European Economic Association.
The Journal of Time Series Analysis started in 1980, has become the leading journal in its field, publishing papers on both fundamental theory and applications. The editorial board consists of many of the world's leading experts in Time Series Analysis.
During the last 25 years Time Series Analysis has become one of the most important and widely used branches of Mathematical Statistics. Its fields of application range from neurophysiology to astrophysics and it covers such well-known areas as economic forecasting, study of biological data, control systems, signal processing and communications and vibrations engineering. The Journal of Time Series Analysis started in 1980, has since become the leading journal in its field, publishing papers on both fundamental theory and applications. The editorial board consists of many of the world's leading experts in Time Series Analysis.
The principal aim of the Journal of Time Series Econometrics is to serve as an internationally recognized outlet for important new research in both theoretical and applied classical and Bayesian time series, spatial and panel data econometrics.
Provides a focal point for the publication of research papers in the rapidly expanding field of urban economics. It publishes papers of great scholarly merit on a wide range of topics and employing a wide range of approaches to urban economics.
The Journal of Urban Economics provides a focal point for the publication of research papers in the rapidly expanding field of urban economics. It publishes papers of great scholarly merit on a wide range of topics and employing a wide range of approaches to urban economics. The Journal welcomes papers that are theoretical or empirical, positive or normative. Although the Journal is not intended to be multidisciplinary, papers by noneconomists are welcome if they are of interest to economists. Brief Notes are also published if they lie within the purview of the Journal and if they contain new information, comment on published work, or new theoretical suggestions.
Sets the agenda for both scholarship and policy initiatives in this most critical area of international relations. It is the only journal which deals authoritatively with the most crucial issues affecting world trade today.
KYKLOS views economics as a social science and as such favours contributions dealing with issues relevant to contemporary society, as well as economic policy applications. Since its inception nearly 60 years ago, KYKLOS has earned a worldwide reputation for publishing a broad range of articles from international scholars on real world issues. KYKLOS encourages unorthodox, original approaches to topical economic and social issues with a multinational application, and promises to give fresh insights into topics of worldwide interest.
KYKLOS provides information on political economy worldwide, containing contributions from scholars of international status.
KYKLOS keeps its readership informed as to the latest trends and development in political economy.
KYKLOS is intended for the reader from the academic, administrative and business sector with an interest in scientific economics.
The pre-eminent journal for historical scholarship on labor. It is thoroughly ecumenical in its approach and showcases the work of labor historians, industrial relations scholars, labor economists, political scientists, sociologists, and other scholars.
Labor History is the pre-eminent journal for historical scholarship on labor. It is thoroughly ecumenical in its approach and showcases the work of labor historians, industrial relations scholars, labor economists, political scientists, sociologists, social movement theorists, business scholars and all others who write about labor issues. Labor History is also committed to geographical and chronological breadth. It publishes work on labor in the US and all other areas of the world. It is concerned with questions of labor in every time period, from the eighteenth century to contemporary events. Labor History provides a forum for all labor scholars, thus helping to bind together a large but fragmented area of study. By embracing all disciplines, time frames and locales, Labor History is the flagship journal of the entire field.
Labour Economics is devoted to publishing research in the field of labour economics both on the microeconomic and on the macroeconomic level, in a balanced mix of theory, empirical testing and policy applications.
Labour Economics is devoted to publishing research in the field of labour economics both on the microeconomic and on the macroeconomic level, in a balanced mix of theory, empirical testing and policy applications. It gives due recognition to analysis and explanation of institutional arrangements of national labour markets and the impact of these institutions on labour market outcomes.
From time to time Labour Economics publishes review articles and sections on special topics, promising new theoretical developments, comparative labour market policies or subjects that have the attention of labour economists and labour market students in general. Special issues of Labour Economics are available for the publication of high quality conference papers.
Land Economics is dedicated to the study of land use, natural resources, public utilities, housing, and urban land issues.
Established in 1925 by the renowned economist and founder of the American Economic Association, Richard T. Ely at the University of Wisconsin, Land Economics has consistently published innovative, conceptual, and empirical research of direct relevance to economists. Each issue brings the latest results in international applied research on such topics as transportation, energy, urban and rural land use, housing, environmental quality, public utilities, and natural resources.
In addition to regular articles, there are comments on previously published articles, followed by replies from the original author. There are also book reviews of a few select recent releases, plus a full listing of books received.
The first journal to address the role and impact of law, both domestic and international, on economic and social development. Encourage a global exchange of ideas on this important subject, and will lay the foundation of critical law and development studies.
Continued by Land Economics. Established in 1925 by the renowned economist and founder of the American Economic Association, Richard T. Ely at the University of Wisconsin, it has consistently published innovative, conceptual, and empirical research.
Macroeconomic Dynamics publishes theoretical, empirical or quantitative research of the highest standard. Papers are welcomed from all areas of macroeconomics and from all parts of the world. Major advances in macroeconomics without immediate policy applications will also be accepted, if they show potential for application in the future. Occasional book reviews, announcements, conference proceedings, special issues, interviews, dialogues, and surveys are also published.
Publishes articles applying economic reasoning to managerial decision-making and management strategy.Management strategy concerns practical decisions that managers face about how to compete, how to succeed, and how to organize to achieve their goals.
Official Publication of the Association of Managerial Economists. Managerial and Decision Economics will publish articles applying economic reasoning to managerial decision-making and management strategy.Management strategy concerns practical decisions that managers face about how to compete, how to succeed, and how to organize to achieve their goals. Economic thinking and analysis provides a critical foundation for strategic decision-making across a variety of dimensions. For example, economic insights may help in determining which activities to outsource and which to perfom internally. They can help unravel questions regarding what drives performance differences among firms and what allows these differences to persist. They can contribute to an appreciation of how industries, organizations, and capabilities evolve. They can help managers cope with the complexities and uncertainties of a dynamic competitive environment. Compared to other journals in economics, the focus of this journal is more normative than positive and the viewpoint is focused on managerial efficiency and firm profitability rather than on social welfare. Articles are welcomed from economists,strategists, and others using economic reasoning in analyzing business problems. The journal is open to a variety of economic theoretical perspectives, including transaction cost theory, evolutionary theory, resource-based theory, agency theory, game theory, and behavioral decision theory. The journal will publish articles from all of the functional areas of economics, as long as these articles are useful for managerial decision- making, and from all the functional areas of business, so long as the articles use economic reasoning.
The international, interdisciplinary journal publishes original research articles, survey papers, short notes and book reviews. The journal emphasizes the unity of mathematical modelling in economics, psychology, political sciences, sociology and others.
Established in 1915, Monthly Labor Review is the principal journal of fact, analysis, and research from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, an agency within the U.S. Department of Labor. Each month, economists, statisticians, and experts from the Bureau join with private sector professionals and State and local government specialists to provide a wealth of research in a wide variety of fields—the labor force, the economy, employment, inflation, productivity, occupational injuries and illnesses, wages, prices, and many more.
Publishing international research papers on current practical issues in applied economics, the Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics is essential reading for academic and professional economists in both the private and public sector.
Publishing international research papers on current practical issues in applied economics, the Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics is essential reading for academic and professional economists in both the private and public sector.
Whilst the Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics publishes papers in all areas of applied economics, emphasis is placed on the practical importance, theoretical interest and policy-relevance of their substantive results, as well as on the methodology and technical competence of the research.
Contributions on the topical issues of economic policy and the testing of currently controversial economic theories are encouraged, as well as more empirical research on both developed and developing countries.
Each issue concentrates on a current theme in economic policy, with a balance between macro- and microeconomics, giving a valuable appraisal of economic policies worldwide. While the analysis is challenging and at the forefront of current thinking, articles are presented in non-technical language to make them readily accessible to all readers (such as government, business and policy-makers, academics and students). It is required reading for those who need to know where research is leading.
Population Council. Population and Development Review is essential reading to keep abreast of population studies, research on the interrelationships between population and socioeconomic change, and related thinking on public policy.
Published by the Population Council. Population and Development Review is essential reading to keep abreast of population studies, research on the interrelationships between population and socioeconomic change, and related thinking on public policy. Its interests span both developed and developing countries, theoretical advances as well as empirical analyses and case studies, a broad range of disciplinary approaches, and concern with historical as well as present-day problems.
Studies the intersection between economics and political science. The journal plays a central role in fostering exchange between economists and political scientists, enabling both communities to explain and learn from each other’s perspectives.
Public Choice studies the intersection between economics and political science. The journal plays a central role in fostering exchange between economists and political scientists, enabling both communities to explain and learn from each other’s perspectives.
This journal’s roots are in the application of economic methods to problems normally dealt with by political scientists. While it retains strong traces of economic methodology, currently it also addresses newly developed, effective techniques that are not within the domain of economists.
Public Finance Review is a professional forum devoted to economic research, theory, and policy applications, focusing on a variety of allocation, distribution, and stabilization functions within the public sector economy.
Public Finance Review is a professional forum devoted to economic research, theory, and policy applications, focusing on a variety of allocation, distribution, and stabilization functions within the public sector economy. Economists, policy makers, political scientists, and researchers all rely on Public Finance Review, to bring them the most up-to-date information on the ever-changing issues in public economics, and to help them put policies and research into action.
Public Finance Review presents rigorous empirical and theoretical papers on public economic polices, as well as examining and critiquing their impact and consequences. The journal analyzes the nature and function of evolving governmental fiscal policies at the national, state, and local levels. Each peer-reviewed issue explores a variety of subject areas, bringing you comprehensive coverage of the public sector economy today.
Issues recently examined include social security financing, tax neutrality and social welfare, politics and deficit finance, tax credits for job creation, public education subsidies, mixed outputs of non-profit organizations, government loan guarantees, and distributional effects of social security.
QJE is the oldest professional journal of economics in the English language. Edited at Harvard's Economics Dept., it covers all aspects of the field—from the journal's traditional emphasis on microtheory, to both empirical and theoretical macroeconomics
The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance (QREF) attracts and publishes high quality manuscripts that cover topics in the areas of economics, financial economics and finance. The subject matter may be theoretical, empirical or policy related. Emphasis is placed on quality, originality, clear arguments, persuasive evidence, intelligent analysis and clear writing. At least one Special Issue is published per year. These issues have guest editors, are devoted to a single theme and the papers have well known authors. In addition we pride ourselves in being able to provide three to four article "Focus" sections in most of our issues. These "Focus" sections have a common theme, may or may not have a guest editor, and often contain papers that were presented in a session at a regional, national or international meeting. These can be published in a very timely manner. Finally, QREF is the journal of the Midwest Economic Association. At least two members are chosen by this organization to serve on the editorial board. The editors of QREF place special efforts into working with young authors.
The RAND Journal of Economics publishes theoretical and empirical research on industrial organization and closely related topics, including contracts, organizations, law and economics, and regulation. Formerly, the Bell Journal of Economics.
Continues Regional and Urban Economics. Purpose is to facilitate and encourage high quality scholarship on important theoretical and empirical issues in urban and regional research. Given a rapidly changing field, the Journal's emphasis is on microeconomic analyses of spatial phenomena. The Journal solicits original research contributions in spatial economics, economic geography, and related disciplines. The editors encourage the submission of theoretical and empirical contributions related to market organization in space, housing and labor markets, transportation, and local public economies.
Regional Studies is a leading international journal in theoretical development, empirical analysis and policy debate in the multi- and inter-disciplinary field of regional studies. Regions are a central focus for agenda-setting work that interprets economic, environmental, political and social change and innovation. Regional Studies is a central forum in shaping and reflecting the development of advances in studying regions.
High-Quality Research The main section publishes landmark research contributing original theoretical development and empirical analyses of regional issues.
Critical Surveys is a periodic section that comprises agenda-setting work, timely reviews and grouped contributions and dialogue around important and emergent themes in regional studies. Some of these papers are specially commissioned.
Policy Debates provides analysis and debate about important policy issues of international relevance in urban and regional development. Some of these papers are specially commissioned.
Special Thematic Issues draw together contributions around key themes in regional studies from established and emergent researchers in the field.
Book Reviews provide analysis and comment on key recent publications in regional studies.
Examines a broad spectrum of issues related to the economic status of African-American and Third World peoples. It identifies and analyzes policy prescriptions designed to reduce racial economic inequality.
The Review of Black Political Economy examines a broad spectrum of issues related to the economic status of African-American and Third World peoples. It identifies and analyzes policy prescriptions designed to reduce racial economic inequality. The journal is devoted to appraising public and private policies for their ability to advance economic opportunities without regard to their theoretical or ideological origins.
The Review of Black Political Economy is a publication of the National Economic Association and the Southern Center for Studies in Public Policy of Clark College.
Founded in 1933 by a group of young British and American economists, The Review aims to encourage research in theoretical and applied economics, especially by young economists. Today it is one of the core economics journals.
Founded in 1933 by a group of young British and American economists, The Review of Economic Studies aims to encourage research in theoretical and applied economics, especially by young economists. Today it is one of the core economics journals, ranking consistently among the top half dozen titles.
The Review of Economic Studies is essential reading, including articles from well-established specialists and young research scholars, and has a reputation for publishing path-breaking papers in theoretical and applied economics.
One of today's core economics journals
Path-breaking papers in theoretical and applied economics
Consistently ranked among the top half dozen economic titles
Articles from the best new and established researchers
Average decision time for new submissions below 4 months
Envourages research in applied economics, especially from young economists
A leader in its field since 1933
Special multiple-year subscriptions available
Excellent value for money
A general journal of applied (especially quantitative) economics. Edited at Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government, The Review has published some of the most important articles in empirical economics.
The Review of Financial Studies is a major forum for the promotion and wide dissemination of significant new research in financial economics.
As reflected by its broadly based editorial board, the Review balances theoretical and empirical contributions. The primary criteria for publishing a paper are its quality and importance to the field of finance, without undue regard to its technical difficulty. Finance is interpreted broadly to include the interface between finance and economics.
The major objective of the Review of Income and Wealth is to advance knowledge on the definition, measurement and interpretation of national income, wealth and distribution. Among the issues covered are:
national and social accounting
microdata analyses of issues related to income and wealth and its distribution
the integration of micro and macro systems of economic, financial, and social statistics
international and intertemporal comparisons of income, wealth, inequality, poverty, well-being, and productivity
related problems of measurement and methodology
The Review of Income and Wealth is the official journal of the International Association of Research in Income and Wealth, which has as its objective the furthering of research on national and economic and social accounting, including the development of concepts and definitions for the measurement and analysis of income and wealth; the development and further integration of systems of economic and social statistics, and related problems of statistical methodology. As a journal with an international readership, preference is given to studies of methodological interest and comparative analyses of more than one country.
Published for the Industrial Organization Society, the Review of Industrial Organization examines all aspects of the field. The journal encourages papers dealing with any economic sector and any developed economy.
Published for the Industrial Organization Society, the Review of Industrial Organization examines all aspects of the field. The journal encourages papers dealing with any economic sector and any developed economy.
A major focus of the journal is competition and monopoly in their many forms and their affects on efficiency, innovation, and social conditions. Topics range from the internal organization of enterprises to international comparisons. The Review has also increased its focus on public policies such as antitrust, regulation, deregulation, public enterprise, and privatization.
The Review highlights ideas that can be verified by econometric evidence, case studies, or other real conditions. It also presents papers that advance significant theories of industrial organization and policy.
The Review of International Economics is devoted to the publication of high-quality articles on a full range of topics in international economics. The Review comprises controversial and innovative thought and detailed contributions from other directly related fields such as economic development; trade and the environment; and political economy. Whether theoretical, empirical or policy-oriented, its relevance to real world problems is of paramount concern.
The Review of International Economics is a highly respected journal in its field, keeping you up-to-date with the latest research and analysis covering of a wide range of topics, including:
trade and finance problems of developing countries
open economy macro issues
adjustment problems of transition economies
For over sixty years the Review of Social Economy has published high quality peer-reviewed papers on the many relationships between social values and economics. Among the subjects addressed are income distribution, justice and equity, poverty, cooperation, human dignity, labour, workplace organization, gender, need, the environment, economic institutions, economics methodology and class. Among the orientations of the Review's authors are social and socio-economics, institutionalist, cooperativist, Post-Marxist and radical, feminist, Post Keynesian, behavioralist, and environmentalist. The Review welcomes discussion about pluralism in economics and about the relation between economics and other social sciences, including sociology, geography, political science, and anthropology - indeed the Review is an obvious platform for interdisciplinary research to be staged.
One of the oldest and most distinguished economics journals in the world. Publishes research of the highest scientific quality from an international array of contributors in all areas of economics and related fields.
The Scandinavian Journal of Economics is one of the oldest and most distinguished economics journals in the world. It publishes research of the highest scientific quality from an international array of contributors in all areas of economics and related fields. The journal features:
Articles and empirical studies on economic theory and policy
Comprehensive surveys of the contributions to economics of the recipients of the Alfred Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics
Special issues on key topics in economics
A generalist journal with an explicitly international reach in both readership and authorship. It is dedicated to publishing the highest quality research in any field of economics, without prejudice to the methodology or to the analytical techniques used.
Published on behalf of the Scottish Economic Society.
The Scottish Journal of Political Economy is a generalist journal with an explicitly international reach in both readership and authorship. It is dedicated to publishing the highest quality research in any field of economics, without prejudice to the methodology or to the analytical techniques used. The editors encourage submissions in all fields of economics in order to provide practical contributions to the literature, and to further the influence of economics in the world of practical affairs.
Publishing the highest quality articles, Scottish Journal of Political Economy aims to publish a balance of the best theoretical and empirical material from an international authorship, without favouring a particular type of analysis or subject area. The coverage is wide including:
Social Choice and Welfare explores all aspects, both normative and positive, of welfare economics, collective choice, and strategic interaction. Topics include but are not limited to: preference aggregation, welfare criteria, fairness, justice and equity, rights, inequality and poverty measurement, voting and elections, political games, coalition formation, public goods, mechanism design, networks, matching, optimal taxation, cost-benefit analysis, and experimental investigations related to social choice and voting. As such, the journal is inter-disciplinary and cuts across the boundaries of economics, political science, philosophy, and mathematics. Articles on choice and order theory that include results that can be applied to the above topics are also included in the journal. While it emphasizes theory, the journal also publishes empirical work in the subject area reflecting cross-fertilizing between theoretical and empirical research. Readers will find original research articles, surveys, and book reviews.
"The support of the Ministère de l'Enseignement Supérieur et de la Recherche through the Centre de Recherches en Economie Mathématique et en Econométrie de l'Université de Caen is gratefully acknowledged."
In 1933, the New School’s first president, Alvin Johnson, with support from philanthropist Hiram Halle and the Rockefeller Foundation, initiated an historic effort to rescue endangered scholars from the shadow of Nazism in Europe at the brink of WWII. These refugees became the founding scholars of “The University in Exile,” and constituted what became known as the Graduate Faculty of Political and Social Science, now known as The New School for Social Research. Social Research: An International Quarterly of the Political and Social Sciences was launched in 1934 by these scholars, who held the deep conviction that every true university must have its own distinct public voice. Read Alvin Johnson’s introduction to our first issue.
In the years since, Social Research has matured into one of the oldest and most influential journals in the United States. Papers by authors from around the globe have reached our readers in nearly 100 countries, and our audience continues to grow. Articles and complete back issues are regularly used as classroom texts across the United States. Over 250 articles from our pages have been translated or reprinted in books and journals all over the world, and our special conference issues are award winners.
Most issues of Social Research address a single theme, which is addressed by scholars, writers, and experts from a wide range of disciplines. Some of these issues are the proceedings of our conference series; others are guest coedited by scholars who bring their unique expertise to bear on multifaceted explorations of the subjects of their interest. Some of our themes are explicitly drawn from the social sciences (such as "Civil Society" or "Prospects for Democracy" or our several issues devoted to Hannah Arendt’s work); others consider particular parts of the world (including South Africa, China, and even "Their America: The US in the Eyes of the Rest of the World." Still other issues address concepts, ideas, or phenomena that seem ripe for exploration (some recent examples are "Difficult Choices," "Busyness,” "Shame,” and "Hope and Despair.”
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The Southern Economic Journal features original, refereed scholarly articles in all areas of economics as well as contributions on the pedagogy of economics. The journal also contains occasional invited papers such as the Distinguished Guest Lecture, and the Presidential Address from the annual conference of the Southern Economic Association (SEA). In addition, the journal serves members of SEA and other readers interested in economics through the publication of book reviews, and announcements. The Southern Economic Journal has been published quarterly by the Southern Economic Association since its inception in 1933, and currently contains approximately 1,000 printed pages per year.
bepress. SNDE is a quarterly journal, sponsored by The Society for Nonlinear Dynamics and Econometrics1. The journal encourages replication of empirical results. Data and programs can be obtained by clicking on the article titles.
Urban Studies was first published in 1964 to provide an international forum of social and economic contributions to the fields of urban and regional planning. Since then, the Journal has expanded to encompass the increasing range of disciplines and approaches that have been brought to bear on urban and regional problems. Contents include original articles, notes and comments, and a comprehensive book review section. Regular contributions are drawn from the fields of economics, planning, political science, statistics, geography, sociology, population studies and public administration. The Journal also publishes the occasional ‘state of the art’ article, consisting of an analytical review of the major strands of contemporary thinking in a given topic area, supported by an extended bibliography of the topic. All articles are peer-reviewed.
The World Bank Economic Review is one of the most widely read scholarly economic journals in the world. It is the only journal of its kind that specializes in quantitative development policy analysis. Subject to strict refereeing, articles examine policy choices and therefore emphasize policy relevance rather than theory or methodology. Readers include economists and other social scientists in government, business, international agencies, universities, and research institutions. The WBER seeks to provide the most current and best research in the field of economic development.
The World Bank Research Observer seeks to inform nonspecialist readers about research being undertaken within the Bank and outside the Bank in areas of economics relevant for development policy. Requiring only a minimal background in economic analysis, its surveys and overviews of key issues in development economics research are intended for policymakers, project officers, journalists keeping up to date, and teachers and students of development economics and related disciplines. Papers for the Observer are not sent out to referees, but all articles published are assessed and approved by the Editorial Board, which includes three to four distinguished economists from outside the Bank. The Observer has nearly 1,500 subscribers in OECD countries and nearly 10,000 subscribers in developing countries.
World Development is a multi-disciplinary monthly journal of development studies. It seeks to explore ways of improving standards of living, and the human condition generally, by examining potential solutions to problems such as: poverty, unemployment, malnutrition, disease, lack of shelter, environmental degradation, inadequate scientific and technological resources, trade and payments imbalances, international debt, gender and ethnic discrimination, militarism and civil conflict, and lack of popular participation in economic and political life. Contributions offer constructive ideas and analysis, and highlight the lessons to be learned from the experiences of different nations, societies, and economies. World Development recognizes 'development' as a process of change involving nations, economies, political alliances, institutions, groups, and individuals. Development processes occur in different ways and at all levels: inside the family, the firm and the farm; locally, provincially, nationally, and globally. Our goal is to learn from one another, regardless of nation, culture, income, academic discipline, profession or ideology. We hope to set a modest example of enduring global cooperation through maintaining an international dialogue and dismantling barriers to communication.
The World Economy is a vital resource for researchers, analysts and policy-advisors interested in trade policy and other open economy issues embracing international trade and the environment, international finance, and trade and development.
The World Economy is a vital resource for researchers, analysts and policy-advisors interested in trade policy and other open economy issues embracing international trade and the environment, international finance, and trade and development. The journal also considers related areas such as economies in transition and development economics, making The World Economy an essential reference for in-depth knowledge on and up-to-date coverage of international economic relations.
Whilst The World Economy concentrates on trade policy issues - on a country basis, regionally and globally - it also covers broader issues such as exchange rates, IMF/World Bank, debt, environmental and other international issues as they relate to trade.
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