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.
- Russell Davidson: Computing, the bootstrap and economics, pp. 1195-1214.
- David A. Green: Chasing after good jobs. Do they exist and does it matter if they do?, pp. 1215-1265.
- Mario J. Crucini and Mototsugu Shintani: Measuring international business cycles by saving for a rainy day, pp. 1266-1290.
- Nicolas-Guillaume Martineau and Gregor W. Smith: Identifying fiscal policy (in)effectiveness from the differential counter-cyclicality of government spending in the interwar period, pp. 1291-1320.
- Ufuk Devrim Demirel: Identification of technology shocks using misspecified VARs, pp. 1321-1349.
- Christoph Böhringer, Nicholas Rivers, Thomas Rutherford and Randall Wigle: Sharing the burden for climate change mitigation in the Canadian federation, pp. 1350-1380.
- Ruth G. Gilgenbach: Can a decline in search cost increase prices?, pp. 1381-1402.
- Alex W. Chernoff: Between a cap and a higher price: Modelling the price of dairy quotas under price ceiling legislation, pp. 1403-1429.
- Achim I. Czerny and Anming Zhang: Third-degree price discrimination in the presence of congestion externality, pp. 1430-1455.
- Julian Emami Namini, Giovanni Facchini and Ricardo A. López: A model of firm heterogeneity in factor intensities and international trade, pp. 1456-1480.
- Johannes Van Biesebroeck, Emily Yu and Shenjie Chen: The impact of trade promotion services on Canadian exporter performance, pp. 1481-1512.
- John Christopher Beghin, Anne-Célia Disdier and Stéphan Marette: Trade restrictiveness indices in the presence of externalities: An application to non-tariff measures, pp. 1513-1536.
- Jan Hogrefe and Jens Wrona: Trade, tasks and training: The effect of offshoring on individual skill upgrading, pp. 1537-1560.
- Christian Hepenstrick and Alexander Tarasov: Per capita income and the extensive margin of bilateral trade, pp. 1561-1599.