Cliometrica

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Cliometrica  
Cliometrica.jpg
DisciplineEconomics, history
LanguageEnglish
Edited byClaude Diebolt
Publication details
Publication history
2007 - present
Publisher
FrequencyThree times a year
Standard abbreviations
Cliometrica
Indexing
ISSN1863-2505 (print)
1863-2513 (web)
OCLC no.128596204
Links

Cliometrica is an academic journal about economic history. It follows the quantitative or formal approaches that have been called cliometrics or the new economic history, applied to any place and time. These formal approaches apply mathematical economic theory, model building, and statistical estimation.[1]

The journal's first issues came out in 2007. It is published by Springer. Since its founding its publication director and managing editor has been Claude Diebolt.[2]

Articles from the earliest issues can be downloaded through econpapers.repec.org.

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