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The Revue économique is a peer-reviewed academic journal published six times per year. It covers formal economics and other social sciences including history and sociology of relevance for economics. Articles are in French or English. More
revue.economique ‘at’ gmail.com
Revue économique, bureau 209 bis
Maison des Sciences Économiques
106-112 Bd de l’Hôpital
75647 Paris cedex 13
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Thierry Kamionka – CNRS (lab.: CREST)
- Antoine Billot – Université Panthéon-Assas (Paris 2) (lab.: LEMMA)
- Guillaume Chevillon – ESSEC Business School, and lab.: CREST
- Nicolas Jacquemet – Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne (lab.: CES and PSE)
- Loïc Charles – INED / Histoire et populations & U. Paris 8 Vincennes-Saint-Denis
- Lise Patureau – Université Paris Dauphine (lab.: LEDa-DIAL)
- Antoine Rebérioux – Université Paris Diderot (Paris 7) (lab.: LADYSS)
- Sandra Poncet – Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne (lab.: CEFC and PSE)
- Bertrand Villeneuve – Université Paris-Dauphine (lab.: LEDa and EconomiX)
- Laurent Weill – Université de Strasbourg (lab.: LaRGE)
Scientific Council: see « Conseil scientifique »
Marine Métadier – CNRS / CES
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All the articles are anonymously evaluated by two different external experts outside the Editorial Board, most of them being academics.
An article that has been refused by Revue économique without proposal to re-submit won’t be evaluated again.
Submissions of articles:
Submission of a manuscript implies that the work described has not been published before and that it is not under consideration for publication anywhere else.
The submission must be done as follows:
– Object of the email in the following form: Submission, Smith and al., March 2017
– An anonymous document (with anonymous name) must include: title, abstract (750 signs), JEL codes, the text, references and appendix;
– A second short document must include: title, name of authors, affiliations, professionnal addresses, thanks.
Fees: None. Submission, as publication of accepted articles, is free of charge.
Language: French-speaking authors’ articles can be evaluated in English, but in the case of acceptance, they will have to translate their article to French for publication. Articles are published (both print and online) in English only if one of the authors doesn’t speak French.
There is a possibility of publishing an additional online English version of each article, but additional costs are payed by the authors (editing, html version, online upload).
Submissions of short articles:
We accept short theoretical or empirical articles (about 10 pages maximum, or 30,000 characters – including spaces). They can concern all domains of economic analysis and all kinds of works: summaries of empirical studies, presentations of on-going research, economic policy discussions, responses to articles, current debates about economic theory…
The Editorial Board have these articles evaluated quickly for them to loose none of their topicality.
Submission of a special issue: [IMPORTANT! NO CALL FOR MAY 2020] before May 15th, each year, at our email, with a presentation of the project, the names of the coordinators, and the description of the associated event (if relevant). Accepted proposals are notified in July.
The pre-print can be disseminated, but authors are asked not to disseminate in open access any new version of their article once the review process has started, nor the accepted version (= post-print), during one year after publication. One year after publication, authors are authorized to publish the author’s version of the accepted article, but not the edited publisher’s version. The Presses de Sciences Po release the edited version free online after one year of restricted access. The deposit of the edited version in online archives is not allowed.
List of accepted articles, to be published