The Econometrics Journal

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Edited By: Managing Editor: Jaap Abbring Co-Editors: Victor Chernozhukov, Michael Jansson, Dennis Kristensen & John Rust Deputy Managing Editor: Tobias Klein

Impact Factor: 0.513

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2016: 42/49 (Social Sciences Mathematical Methods); 86/100 (Mathematics Interdisciplinary Applications); 102/124 (Statistics & Probability); 270/347 (Economics)

Online ISSN: 1368-423X

Associated Title(s): The Economic Journal

Overview


The Econometrics Journal was established in 1998 by the Royal Economic Society with the aim of creating a top international field journal for the publication of econometric research. The Econometrics Journal is committed to publishing first-class papers in macro-, micro- and financial econometrics. It is a general journal open to all areas of econometric research, whether applied, computational, methodological or theoretical contributions.

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Aims and Scope


The Econometrics Journal was established in 1998 by the Royal Economic Society with the aim of creating a top international field journal for the publication of econometric research with a standard of intellectual rigour and academic standing similar to those of the pre-existing top field journals in econometrics. The Econometrics Journal is committed to publishing first-class papers in macro-, micro- and financial econometrics. It is a general journal for econometric research open to all areas of econometrics, whether applied, computational, methodological or theoretical contributions.

Submissions to The Econometrics Journal receive detailed and informative appraisal. Some papers may be rejected without seeking the advice of referees and the provision of reports but are scrutinised in detail by a member of the editorial board. This practice is only invoked for submissions unlikely to prove publishable in The Econometrics Journal to avoid unnecessarily prolonging the editorial process and taxing the limited resource of referees.

The Econometrics Journal is dedicated to achieving an exacting standard for the editorial process, both in terms of usefulness and speed, to promote the submission of high-quality econometric research. The Econometrics Journal provides annual reports concerning the editorial process.

The Econometrics Journal provides immediate electronic access to papers accepted for publication circumventing the often long publication delays associated with other paper-based journals. More than three thousand members of the Royal Economic Society and the users of over three thousand are able to view without charge papers published or forthcoming in The Econometrics Journal.



Keywords


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