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The Revue économique is a peer-reviewed academic journal published six times per year. It covers formal economics and other social sciences including history and sociology of relevance for economics. Articles are in French or English.
The first issue of the Revue économique was published in May, 1950. Founders included economic historian Fernand Braudel, Albert Aftalion, who presided over the journal's board of directors ("comité de direction"). and Émile James (1899-1991), Étienne Labrousse (1895-1989), Jean Lhomme (1901-1987), Jean Marchal (1905-1995), Jean Meynaud (1914-1972), Henri Noyelle (1882-1966), Jean Weiller (1905-2000). Until 1977, the journal was published by Armand Colin and since 1978 by the Presses de Sciences Po.
Here are some of the authors who has published articles in the journal: ·  John Abowd, Raymond Aron, Raymond Barre, Charles Bettelheim, François Bloch-Lainé, Roger Guesnerie, Francis Kramarz, Denis Kessler, Serge Christophe Kolm, Jean-Jacques Laffont, Wassily Léontief, Edmond Malinvaud, Pierre Mendès-France, Alfred Sauvy, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, Jacques Rueff, Jan Tinbergen, Jean Tirole.
Prize of Revue économique
Every two years, the Prize is awarded to an author who published in the journal, for the whole of his/her work.
- 2012 : Claude Henry
- 2014 : Marc Fleurbaey
- 2016 : David Martimort. The content of the conference will be published in 2018, in English.
- Front matter, Revue économique 1:1, May 1950; and Braudel, Fernand. "Pour une économie historique", Revue économique 1:1, May 1950, 37-44.
- "Persée" (in French). Persee.fr. Retrieved 2012-12-22.
- Front matter, Revue économique 28:6 (Nov, 1977) and Front matter, Revue économique 29:1 (Jan, 1978)
- "Consult the issues of Revue économique on Jstor".
- "Consult the issues of Revue économique on Cairn".
- "Presentation of the Prize of Revue économique (in French)".
- "Speech on the occasion of the award to Claude Henry (in French)".
- "Speech on the occasion of the award to Marc Fleurbaey (in French)".
- "Programme of the conference The New Borders of the State (in French)".