The Journal of Economic Studies (JES) provides economists with research findings and commentary on international developments in economics. The journal maintains a sound balance between economic theory and application at both the micro and the macro levels.
JES publishes research findings and commentary on international developments in economics. Articles on economic issues between individual nations, emerging and evolving trading blocs are particularly welcomed. Contributors are encouraged to spell out the practical implications of their work for economists in government and industry.
Readable, accessible contributions cut through the complex field of economics to make a genuinely valuable contribution to the current understanding of the subject and the development of new ideas.A double-blind review process ensures the journal's academic integrity, relevant research and thinking.
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