The Scandinavian Journal of Economics
© The editors of The Scandinavian Journal of Economics
Editors: Peter Fredriksson, Matti Liski, and Kjetil Storesletten
Online ISSN: 1467-9442
Recently Published Issues
We are delighted to announce that the SJE Prize for the best article published in 2011 in The Scandinavian Journal of Economics has been awarded to Michael Hoel for his article, The Supply Side of CO2 with Country Heterogeneity (published in the recent Special Issue on Climate Change and Distribution, Volume 113, Issue 4, December 2011). Click here to read this freely available article online today!
The SJE Prize (formerly the David Davidson Prize) is awarded annually to the best paper, as judged by the SJE Editors, published in the four issues of that year.
The 2010 prize winning article was awarded to John E. Roemer of Yale University for his article, “Kantian Equilibrium” (published in Volume 112, Issue 1, March 2010).
The Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics
The below papers (published in Volume 114, Issue 4, December 2012) are freely available to all online - simply click on the links below:
Christopher A. Sims and Vector Autoregressions
Lawrence J. Christiano
Symposiums and Special Issues
Field experiments - in which researchers use scientific experimental methods to elicit causal treatment effects in the field or with field subjects - are now being applied to a broad range of topics in economics. Read more of the Guest Editors’ Preface and the four papers selected for this Symposium here - all freely available online!
The Scandinavian Journal of Economics (SJE) publishes a special issue each year on a key topic in economics. Read the latest Special Issue on Climate Change and Distribution here.
The tradition of devoting one issue of the SJE each year to a particular topic in economics dates back to 1969. These issues have proved to be widely read and cited. More recently and with the help of distinguished guest editors, the journal now sends out calls for papers to a select group of leading researchers, followed by a regular refereeing process on the papers submitted. The first such special issue was Behavioral Economics, published in 2004, with Ernst Fehr as guest editor.
To read the previous SJE special issues online today, simply click on the links below:
Price and Wage Dynamics (2010)
Heterogeneous Firms and International Trade (2009)
Economics of Education and Human-Capital Accumulation (2008)
Macroeconomic Fluctuations and the Labor Market (2007)
Political Economy (2006)
Technology and Change (2005)
Behavioral Economics (2004)
Population Dynamics and Macroeconomic Performance (2003)
Macroeconomic Risk, Policies and Institutions (2002)
Intergenerational Transfers, Taxes and the Distribution of Wealth (2001)
Social Security in the 21st Century (2000)
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