Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d'économique
Vol 50 (4 Issues in 2017)
Edited by: Francisco Ruge-Murcia (Managing Editor), Michael Baker (Co-editor), Dan Bernhardt (Co-editor), Matilde Bombardini (Co-editor), Andrés Carvajal (Co-editor)
Print ISSN: 0008-4085 Online ISSN: 1540-5982
Impact Factor: 0.496
The Canadian Journal of Economics (CJE)/Revue canadienne d'économique is the journal of the Canadian Economics Association (CEA), and is the primary academic economics journal in Canada. While the CJE is the premier outlet for high-quality papers concerning the Canadian economy and policy issues, the editors seek to maintain and enhance the position of the CJE as a major, internationally recognized journal by publishing papers on all economics topics -- theoretical or empirical -- and international in scope..
Each year, the CJE publishes the Presidential Address and Innis Lecture from the Annual Meetings of the CEA. A new feature is a series of viewpoint articles published each year, with the objective of providing state-of-the art summaries on topics of general interest to economists. The CEA also offers two prizes for articles published in the CJE: The Harry Johnson Prize for the overall best paper, and the Robert Mundell Prize, for the best article by a young economist.