Economic Inquiry

EI

2017 Best Paper Award Recipient

"The Effect of Minimum Wages on Employment: A Factor Model Approach"
by Evan Totty, U.S. Census Bureau

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2017 Presidential Address

"The Future of Social Security"  | "Q&A: The Future of Social Security"
by Peter A. Diamond, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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Call for Papers: Consumer Protection | Contemporary Banking Research

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Published since 1962, (formerly Western Economic Journal), EI is widely regarded as one of the top scholarly journals in its field. Besides containing research on all economics topic areas, a principal objective is to make each article understandable to economists who are not necessarily specialists in the article's topic area. Twenty-four Nobel Laureates are among EI's long list of prestigious authors. Published in cooperation with Wiley-Blackwell, its worldwide circulation is approximately 3,500.


For library subscriptions, recent articles, abstracts, and much more, visit the Economic Inquiry page at Wiley-Blackwell Publishing.

Economic Inquiry posted the following stats for 2016:

  • Eigenfactor ranking 57/347 in economics journals
  • Article Influence ranking 92/339 in economics journals
  • 5-Year Impact Factor of 1.334, 2-Year Impact Factor of .922
  • ISI ranking 175/347 in economics journals

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Editorial Board

Editor

Co-Editors

 

Specialized Co-Editors

  • D. Mark Anderson, Montana State University (Health, Crime, and Education)
  • Ted Bergstrom, University of California, Santa Barbara (Economics of Publishing, and Public Economics)
  • Bruce A. Blonigen, University of Oregon (Trade Policy, International Trade, and Industrial Organization)
  • William A. Branch, University of California, Irvine (DSGE Models and Bounded Rationality, and Macroeconomics)
  • Timothy Brennan, University of Maryland, Baltimore County (Policy and Industrial Organization)
  • Andrew Caplin, New York University (Model-based Approaches to Non-Standard Data)
  • Maggie Chen, George Washington University (Multinational Firms and International Trade)
  • Luke Froeb, Vanderbilt University (Competition Economics, Industrial Economics and Business Economics)
  • Tony Kwasnica, Pennsylvania State University (Experimental Economics, Auctions, and Information)
  • Jason Lindo, Texas A&M University (Health Economics, Public Economics and Policy)
  • Keith E. Maskus, University of Colorado, Boulder (International Trade, Development and Intellectual Property Rights and International Economics)
  • Charles F. Mason, University of Wyoming (Environmental and Resource Economics, Energy Economics, Industrial Organization)
  • R. Preston McAfee, Microsoft (Whatever Wes needs)
  • David Reiley, Pandora (Field Experiments)
  • Tim Salmon, Southern Methodist University (Experimental, Auction Theory, and Industrial Organization)
  • Robert Simmons, Lancaster University (Sports Economics and Labor)
  • Dietrich Vollrath, University of Houston (Economic Growth, Development, Macroeconomics)
  • Glen R. Waddell, University of Oregon (Education and Policy Evaluation, Labor and Public Economics)
     

Associate Editors

  • Leonardo J. Basso, Universidad de Chile (Transport Economics, IO, Urban Economics)
  • Gordon Dahl, University of California, San Diego (Education, Labor)
  • Ferre de Graeve, University of Leuven (Macro-Finance, Monetary Policy, Macroeconometrics, DSGE Models, Banking)
  • Gerald Dwyer, Jr., Clemson University (Financial Crises, Monetary, Banking. Growth)
  • Todd Elder, Michigan State University (Education, Program Evaluation)
  • David Figlio, Northwestern University (Education, Public Economics, Policy)
  • Jane Cooley Fruehwirth, University of North Carolina (Education and Public Economics)
  • Lata Gangadharan, Monash University (Experimental, Environmental, Institutions and Development)
  • Bernhard Ganglmair, University of Texas at Dallas (Industrial Organization, Law and Economics)
  • Limor Golan, Washington University in St. Louis (Labor, Applied Microeconomics)
  • Holger Görg, Kiel Institute for the World Economy (International Trade and Multinational Firms)
  • Keith Head, University of British Columbia (Trade Policy and International Trade)
  • Kevin Henrickson, Gonzaga University (Applied Microeconomics, Labor, Spatial Econometrics)
  • Peter Ireland, Boston College (Macroeconomics, Stochastic Growth, Monetary Economics)
  • Sherry Li, University of Texas, Dallas (Experimental and Behavioral Economics, Public Economics, Labor Economics)
  • John Mayo, Georgetown University (Regulation and Industrial Organization)
  • Guillaume Rocheteau, University of California, Irvine (Macroeconomics, Money)
  • Katheryn N. Russ, University of California, Davis (International Trade and Finance, International  Monetary Economics)
  • Mikhael Shor, University of Connecticut (Industrial Organization and Experimental)
  • Kan Takeuchi, Hitotsubashi University (Behavioral, Experimental, Time Preference)
  • Jacob Vigdor, Duke University (Education, Immigration and Migration, Urban)
  • Todd B. Walker, Indiana University (Macroeconomics, Monetary Theory, Financial Economics)
  • Avi Weiss, Bar-Ilan University (Industrial Organization, Labor, Law and Economics, Experimental)
  • Shintaro Yamaguchi, McMaster University (Labor, Econometrics, Applied Microeconomics)
  • Feng Yao, West Virginia University (Econometrics and Applied Econometrics)
EI Editorial Office...

Kaulene Gellerman
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