Review of Income and Wealth
© International Association for Research in Income and Wealth
Edited By: Conchita D'Ambrosio and Robert J. Hill
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ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 176/332 (Economics)
Online ISSN: 1475-4991
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TYPING: Manuscripts should be typed either in LaTex or in Word and should be submitted in PDF.
TITLE PAGE: The title page of your paper must include title, author's name, institutional affiliation. This should be followed by:
• an abstract of not more than 150 words;
• up to three Journal of Economic Literature subject codes;
• up to five keywords
REFERENCES:Type references at the end of the paper, arranged alphabetically by author. Authors' last name should be given first, followed by the first name and middle name or initial, as appropriate. Several works by the same author should appear chronologically, substituting a solid line for the author's name after the first entry. For more than one work by the same author for the same year, place a, b, c etc., after the year of publication.
Bombach, G., Post-War Economic Growth Revisited, North-Holland, Amsterdam, 1985.
Shorrocks, A.P., "U.K. Wealth Distribution: Current Evidence and Future Prospects," in E.N. Wolff, ed., International Comparisons of the Distribution of Household Wealth, 29—50, Oxford University Press, New York, 1987.
Summers, R. and A. Heston, "A New Set of International Comparisons of Real Product and Prices: Estimates for 130 Countries, 1950 - 85," Review of Income and Wealth, 34, 1—26, 1988.
The author-date citation in the text should be used with the reference list at the end of the paper. Use the following form for this system: (Shorrocks, 1987); (Bombach, 1985, Summers and Heston, 1988). Be sure that all cited works appear in the reference list and do not include in the reference list articles you do not cite in the text.
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Papers are sought in all fields of interest to the IARIW -- that is, all papers which advance knowledge about income and wealth. This broad definition encompasses the following areas: national and social accounting; microdata analysis of issues related to income and wealth, including distribution and poverty issues; development and integration of micro and macro systems of economic, financial, and social statistics; international and intertemporal comparisons of income, wealth, and productivity; and related problems of measurement and statistical methodology. As a journal with an international readership, preference is given to (1) studies with methodological or measurement innovations, and (2) comparative analyses of more than one country. Manuscripts primarily concerned with general economic analysis or with econometric or statistical techniques should find outlets in journals with those interests.
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