Journal of Economic Surveys
© 2013 John Wiley & Sons Ltd
Edited By: Donald A. R. George, Leslie T. Oxley and Iris Claus
Impact Factor: 1.328
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2011: 85/321 (Economics)
Online ISSN: 1467-6419
Recently Published Issues
Keeping Economists abreast of the literature for over 25 years: 1987-2011
The Journal of Economic Surveys celebrated its 25th Anniversary in 2011 with a number of special initiatives and features. Each of the four regular issues feature a 'themed section' prefaced by a special editorial reflecting upon classic contributions on that area from 25 years of the Journal, and publishing a new paper which the Editorial team regard as 'one to watch.'
Volume 25, Number 3 - Special Issue on Nonlinearity, Randomness and Complexity.
JoES 25th Anniversary Virtual Issue - Featuring the Editors pick of their top ‘25 in 25’ years of papers from the Journal.
Online Conference: Communications with Economists: Current and Future Trends
In November 2011 Wiley hosted, in partnership with the Journal of Economic Surveys, its first economics online conference, entitled Communications with Economists: Current and Future Trends. Each day of the conference the program included a keynote address, 2 papers, and 2 publishing workshops. We published 47 posts and 9 pages; ran 4 polls; hosted 4 slidecasts, 3 videos and 3 audio recordings, as well as 3 free Virtual Issues. The conference was a major success. To explore the conference website, please click here.
Most Cited Articles
Most Cited Articles in 2011 - Freely available online! (Articles published in 2010-2011)
METHODS, TRENDS AND CONTROVERSIES IN CONTEMPORARY BENEFIT TRANSFER
Robert J.Johnston, Randall S.Rosenberger
THE EVOLUTION OF STOCK MARKET EFFICIENCY OVER TIME: A SURVEY OF THE EMPIRICAL LITERATURE
Kian-Ping Lim, Robert Brooks
PICTURE THIS: A SIMPLE GRAPH THAT REVEALS MUCH ADO ABOUT RESEARCH
T. D Stanley, Hristos Doucouliagos
Most Cited Articles - Freely available online! (Articles published in 2000 - 2011)
Motivation crowding theory
B.S. Frey, R. Jegen
Choice modelling approaches: A superior alternative for environmental valuation?
N. Hanley, S. Mourato, R.E. Wright
For more Journal of Economic Surveys Most Cited Articles, please click here.
Surveys of Recent Research in Economics Book Series
Each year, the Journal of Economic Surveys publishes a special issue devoted to a particular theme which is also available to buy as a book. This series is intended to help busy academics and practitioners keep abreast of important economic developments that relate to, without necessarily being narrowly focused on, their more specific interests. Click here to have a look at the book series.