Read the latest news and features from the RES, including The Economic Journal and The Econometrics Journal.

Impact Factor Rise for both 2 and 5 year Period for Econometrics Journal

  • Published Date: 21 June 2016

The Econometrics Journal 2-year Impact Factor for the most recent year [2015] is 1.116 up from last year’s 0.818. In terms of the various category... Read more

The public trusts academic economists but the media are losing interest

  • Published Date: 15 June 2016

Simon Wren-Lewis, Professor of Economic Policy, Blavatnik School of Government, Oxford University looks at the declining ability of academic... Read more

Economic Journal Increased Impact Factor Result

  • Published Date: 14 June 2016

The 2015 Impact Factors were released today and we are delighted that the Economic Journal saw an increase in its Impact Factor on 2014, to 2.370 from... Read more

The June Issue of the Economic Journal is Now Online

  • Published Date: 13 June 2016

View the June issue of the EJ here. Read more

NOW AVAILABLE IN FULL FOR A LIMITED TIME: ‘Books Are Forever: Early Life Conditions, Education and Lifetime Earnings in Europe’

  • Published Date: 03 June 2016

  Wiley are happy to announce that the following article has been made fully available for a limited time:  ‘Books Are Forever: Early Life... Read more

New Video: Econometric Methods: An Interview with Bruce Hansen

  • Published Date: 03 June 2016

  RES launches video shorts from the 2016 Annual Conference in Brighton over the next 3 weeks via the VoxEU portal. New Release: Econometric... Read more

Big Data: What are the best methods to use

  • Published Date: 02 June 2016

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

New Video:The 2014 Denis Sargan Prize Winner Haiqing Xu

  • Published Date: 01 June 2016

  2014 Sargan Prize Winner Haiqing Xu The 2014 Denis Sargan Econometrics Prize was awarded to Haiqing Xu (University of Texas at Austin) at the... Read more

Boys Who Live With Books ‘Earn More As Adults’

  • Published Date: 31 May 2016

Italian economists find access to books can materially affect earnings compared with those who grew up with few or none, as published in the Economic... Read more

Online 'Brexit' survey of RES members results

  • Published Date: 30 May 2016

Ipsos MORI conducted an online survey of members of the Royal Economic Society (and the Society of Business Economists) on behalf of the Observer last... Read more

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