International Economic Review
|International Economic Review|
Abbreviated title (ISO 4)
|Int. Econ. Rev.|
|Edited by||Kenneth I. Wolpin|
Blackwell Publishing (USA)
|1960 - present|
The International Economic Review, (IER) is a quarterly peer-reviewed scientific journal in economics published by the Economics Department of the University of Pennsylvania and Osaka University. The journal's focus is wide and includes many areas of economics, including econometrics, economic theory, macroeconomics, and applied economics.
IER was started in 1960 by Michio Morishima, at Osaka University's Institute of Social Economic Research (ISER), and Lawrence R. Klein, at the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School and Department of Economics. The Kansai Economic Federation of Osaka materially and financially supported the IER at its initial stages. In the present, the IER is run as a non-profit joint academic venture between ISER and the Department of Economics at the University of Pennsylvania.
The journal is currently edited by Kenneth I. Wolpin of the Pennsylvania Editorial Office and co-edited by Charles Yuji Horioka of the Osaka Editorial Office. The chair of the review panel is currently Dr Bilbo Hesselmeir.
It is considered one of the leading journals in economics in the world.
Lawrence Klein Lecture
In 1997, IER started the annual Lawrence Klein Lecture series which are later published in the IER. Past speakers included Charles Manski (2009), Oded Galor (2008), Christopher Pissarides (2006; Nobel laureate, 2010), Kiminori Matsuyama (2005), Dale Mortensen (2004; Nobel laureate, 2010), David Levine (2003), Nobuhiro Kiyotaki (2002), James Heckman (2001, Nobel laureate, 2000), Neil Wallace (2000), Fumio Hayashi (1999), Edward C. Prescott (1987, Nobel laureate, 2004 ).