Who may submit?
Staff, visiting staff, and graduate students.
When to submit?
When your paper is proof-read, spell-checked and when the formatting
rules (see below) have been observed. This is a minimum requirement. Papers
with major defects in this respect or with major language problems will
invariably be returned to the authors for re-editing. The paper should be
intended for publication in a peer-reviewed economics journal, and it should
have already reached a certain degree of maturity (not a first draft with
theorems you have not proved yet etc.).
You should follow common-sense editing norms and rules. Make sure the
first page has a title, author names with affiliations, date, abstract, J.E.L. classification codes, and keywords. Number the pages, subdivide the paper
into sections with numbers and titles, and
include a complete and accurate bibliography. Align the text to both the
left and right margins. The font should have at least a point size
How to submit?
All papers will be published electronically only. Therefore, please email a PDF file of your paper to Nick Vriend.
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