American Economic Association accepts Journal of Reviews in Global Economics for inclusion in ECONLIT database

AEA EconlitFebruary 04, 2014:  Journal of Reviews and Global Economics (JRGE) has been accepted by American Economic Association to be indexed in Econlit.  The journal is now in its 3 volume and has published top articles on various topics on Global Economics.  Authors from around the globe contributed in the success of this international journal. 



JRGE aims to publish articles to encourage cross-fertilization of ideas, to contribute to the development of the science of economics and its applications, as well as to improve communication between academic researchers, academic economists, students and policy makers across the world.


It also welcomes innovative and thought-provoking contributions with strong relevance to real economic issues, whether political, theoretical or policy-oriented.  The journal focuses primarily on original research that keep the profession informed about on-going research programs across the entire community of research economists. 


EconLit is an electronic database, managed by American Economic Association, containing over 120 years of economics journal articles, books, dissertations, articles in collected works, working papers, and book reviews. It is available through libraries and institutions and directly to members via the Association’s website. Access may be online or by CD-ROM. For information, contact your library or write to JEL, 2403 Sidney Street, #260, Pittsburgh, PA 15203.


About American Economic Association:

The American Economic Association was organized in 1885 at a meeting in Saratoga, New York, by a small group interested in economics. It was incorporated in Washington, DC, on February 3, 1923. The purposes of the Association are:

  1. The encouragement of economic research, especially the historical and statistical study of the actual conditions of industrial life.
  2. The issue of publications on economic subjects.
  3. The encouragement of perfect freedom of economic discussion. The Association as such will take no partisan attitude, nor will it commit its members to any position on practical economic questions.

The spirit of these objectives has been maintained throughout the history of the Association. Once composed primarily of college and university teachers of economics, the Association now attracts an increasing number of members from business and professional groups. Today the membership is ca. 18,000, over half of whom are academics. About 15% are employed in business and industry, and the remainder largely by federal, state, and local government or other not-for-profit organizations.


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