Journal of Applied Economics

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Journal of Applied Economics  
Abbreviated title (ISO 4)
Discipline applied economics
Language English
Publication details
Publication history
1998 - present
Frequency 2 issues per year
ISSN 1514-0326

The Journal of Applied Economics (JAE)[1] is peer-reviewed and publishes original contributions on applied issues in micro and macroeconomics. The primary criteria for selecting papers are quality and importance for the field. Papers based on a well motivated research problem that make a concrete contribution to empirical economics or applied theory are especially encouraged. The JAE is published semiannually, in May and November, and covers a wide variety of topics including: industrial organization, international economics, labor economics, finance, money and banking, growth, public finance, political economy, law and economics, and environmental economics. The online version of the JAE is currently published by Elsevier in the academic database Science Direct.


The founding editor of the JAE is Carlos Alfredo Rodríguez and the current editors are Germán Coloma, Mariana Conte Grand and Jorge M. Streb from Universidad del CEMA.

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External links[edit]


  1. ^ Webpage of the Journal of Applied Economics