The Canadian Journal of Economics welcomes its new Data Editor, Peter Morrow (University of Toronto). The CJE has had a Data Availability Policy since January 1, 2008. The policy follows closely that of the American Economic Review, which has also been adopted by the top general interest journals in economics. The new position of Data Editor at the CJE has been created with the intention of helping authors satisfy the requirements of the policy.
The CJE receives around 300 submissions per year and publishes around 60 of these papers. It is a general interest journal that welcomes submissions in all fields. In 2014, the mean time to a first decision was 85 days, and all authors received a first decision within 9 months of the date of submission.
- Charles M. Beach: Changing income inequality: A distributional paradigm for Canada, pp. 1229-1292.
- Kristian Behrens: Agglomeration and clusters: Tools and insights from coagglomeration patterns, pp. 1293-1339.
- W. Erwin Diewert and Kevin J. Fox: Sunk costs and the measurement of commercial property depreciation, pp. 1340-1366.
- Allen Head and Huw Lloyd-Ellis: Has Canadian house price growth been excessive?, pp. 1367-1400.
- Oleksiy Kryvtsov: Is there a quality bias in the Canadian CPI? Evidence from microdata, pp. 1401-1424.
- Anna Kormilitsina: An amplification mechanism in a model of energy, pp. 1425-1440.
- Seppo Honkapohja, Arja H. Turunen-Red and Alan D. Woodland: Growth, expectations and tariffs, pp. 1441-1469.
- Alessandro Barattieri, Ingo Borchert and Aaditya Mattoo: Cross-border mergers and acquisitions in services: The role of policy and industrial structure, pp. 1470-1501.
- Yin Germaschewski: Getting help from abroad: The macroeconomics of foreign direct investment in infrastructure in low-income countries, pp. 1502-1535.
- Paul E. Carrillo, Arun S. Malik and Yiseon Yoo: Driving restrictions that work? Quito's Pico y Placa Program, pp. 1536-1568.
- Thierry Bréchet, Yann Ménière and Pierre M. Picard: The Clean Development Mechanism in a world carbon market, pp. 1569-1598.
- Jun-ichi Itaya, Makoto Okamura and Chikara Yamaguchi: Implementing partial tax harmonization in an asymmetric tax competition game with repeated interaction, pp. 1599-1630.
- Ulf Lewrick, Lukas Mohler and Rolf Weder: Trade in variety and domestic production: Evidence from US manufacturing, pp. 1631-1657.
- Katharina Eck and Stephan Huber: Product sophistication and spillovers from foreign direct investment, pp. 1658-1684.