The Econometrics Journal was established in 1998 by the Royal Economic Society with the aim of creating a top international field journal for the publication of econometric research and a commitment to publish first-class papers in macro-, micro- and financial econometrics. It is a general journal actively encouraging contributions from all areas of econometric research, whether applied, computational, methodological or theoretical contributions.
The Editorial Board of The Econometrics Journal consists of leading international researchers in econometrics as Managing Editor and Co-Editors. In addition, the Editorial Board is complemented by a number of first-class, mainly younger econometricians as Associate Editors from around the world whose involvement contributes immensely towards a careful review procedure. A complete listing of the editorial team can be found at Editorial Information.
The Econometrics Journal uses a fully electronic editorial system based on Editorial Express®. This web-based editorial tracking software enables a paper-free operation of the key editorial functions of the journal and minimizes turnaround time. Papers are submitted online. During the review process author tracking is available. Once accepted for publication The Econometrics Journal provides immediate electronic access to papers thereby circumventing the often long publication delays.
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The 2013 journal impact factor is 1.128. This represents an increase from 1.000 in 2012. Read more.
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