Japanese Economic Review

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Edited By: Taiji Furusawa and Masao Ogaki

Impact Factor: 0.406

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 251/332 (Economics)

Online ISSN: 1468-5876

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Upcoming Special Issue: Call for Papers


Japanese Economic Review call for papers

We are pleased to announce an upcoming Special Issue on "Economics of Aging in Japan and other Societies”

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Virtual Issues

Japanese Economic Review virtual issue on the frontiers of applied econometrics

The latest virtual issue of The Japanese Economic Review collects recently published papers on the frontiers of applied econometrics in the fields of microeconometrics, macroeconometrics, and financial econometrics.


Japanese Economic Review virtual issue on the frontiers of behavioral and cultural economics

The first virtual issue of The Japanese Economic Review focusses on the frontiers of behavioral and cultural economics – behavioral economics being defined as economics in which individual decision making is not assumed to be made by homo economicus with unbounded rationality and with stable preferences that are exogenous to the economic system, and cultural economics being defined as economics in which interaction of culture and economic phenomena are studied.

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Upcoming conference co-sponsored by The Japanese Economic Review

Normative Economics from the Traditional and Nontraditional Views

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About the Journal

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 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.


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