Scottish Journal of Political Economy
© Scottish Economic Society
Edited By: Tim Barmby, Martin Chalkley, Tatiana Kirsanova, Gary Koop, and Catia Montagna
Impact Factor: 0.206
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2011: 123/149 (Political Science); 286/321 (Economics)
Online ISSN: 1467-9485
Recently Published Issues
New Editorial Board
Change of Editor
Campbell Leith is stepping down from the main editorial board as of this issue (Volume 59, Issue 5, November 2012). All involved with the Scottish Journal of Political Economy would like to thank Campbell for his valuable contribution to the Journal these many years. Also I am very pleased indeed to welcome Tatiana Kirsanova who has agreed to join the editorial board.
Editors: Tim Barmby, Martin Chalkey, Tatiana Kirsanova, Gary Koop and Catia Montagna
Celebrating 60 Years in 2013!
The Scottish Journal of Political Economy will be celebrating its 60th Volume in 2013. To mark this anniversary the Journal will be publishing a celebratory issue that will include a special editorial and six influential articles, one from each decade of the Journal’s history. These articles will be accompanied by a short commentary. Register to receive Scottish Journal of Political Economy New Content Alerts and receive an email notification when this celebratory issue is published online. Simply click on “Get New Contents Alerts” in the menu above!
Recent Special Issues
Special Issue: Demographic Change and Housing Markets
Volume 59, Issue 5, November 2012
Special Issue: Operating Uncertainty Using Real Options
Volume 57, Issue 3, July 2010
Special Issue: Intellectual Property, Innovation, and Growth
Volume 56, Issue 4, September 2009
Special Issue: Economics of Sport
Volume 54, Issue 3, July 2007
Most read papers in 2011
The Impact of Salary Caps in Professional Team Sports
Growth and Welfare Effects of World Migration
Paul Levine et al
Most cited papers in 2011 (papers published in 2009 and 2010)
Confronting Objections to Performance Pay: The Impact of Individual and Gain-Sharing Incentives on Job Satisfaction
Pouliakas, K; Theodossiou, I
The Knowledge-Capital Model of FDI: A Time Varying Coefficients Approach
Mariel, P; Orbe, S; Rodriguez, C
For a list of the top 10 most cited articles of all time, please click here.
About the Scottish Economic Society
The objects of the Scottish Economic Society are:
- to promote the study and teaching of economics on the widest basis, in accordance with the Scottish tradition of political economy inspired by Adam Smith;
- to provide a forum for the discussion of Scottish economic problems and their relationship to the political and social life of Scotland.
Find out more about the Society here.
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