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The Econometrics Journal 2-year Impact Factor for the most recent year  is 1.116 up from last year’s 0.818. In terms of the various category... Read more
This, and other key questions were discussed and filmed at the RES 2016 conference at the University of Sussex at Brighton. To view click on the... Read more
The growing availability of financial and economic data has led to a need for econometric methods to analyze and model it. The papers in this Special... Read more
As part of the 2016 Royal Economic Society Annual Conference at the University of Sussex at Brighton, two presentations on Model Selection and... Read more
SUBMISSION DEADLINE EXTENDED TO 1ST JUNE 2016. Given the topicality and importance of the topic The Econometrics Journal has commissioned a Special... Read more
The top five most downloaded published articles in 2015 and 2014 are shown below. To access please click on the title. ... Read more
The Editorial Board of The Econometrics Journal, at the invitation of the Royal Economic Society, recently undertook a review of its editorial... Read more
The fifth Econometrics Journal Newsletter has now been published. Information on the RES Conference 2016, the winner of the 2014 Denis Sargan... Read more
The Econometrics Journal is pleased to announce that two presentations have been organised at the 2016 Royal Economic Society Annual Conference which,... Read more
The 2014 Denis Sargan Econometrics Prize has been awarded to Dr Haiqing Xu (University of Texas at Austin) for his paper “Estimation of Discrete Games... Read more
EctJ has an improved two year Impact Factor of 1.116 up from last year’s 0.818.
The 5-year Impact Factor is at its highest ever figure now at 1.579 (up from 1.488 in 2014). Read more
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