Journal of Applied Economics

Aims and Scope

The Journal of Applied Economics (Jae) 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 Journal 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
  • Environmental Economics

Indexed/Abstracted in

  • EBSCO/Business Source Premier
  • Elsevier Bibliographic Database SCOPUS
  • International Bibliography of the Social Sciences
  • Journal of Economic Literature and EconLit
  • LATINDEX
  • Núcleo Básico de Publicaciones Científicas Argentinas CAICYT-CONICET
  • Research Papers in Economics (RePEc)
  • Social Sciences Citation Index, Social SciSearch, Journal Citation Reports/Social Sciences Edition
  • Social Science Research Network
Princeton University Press (Ad in Jae)