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.
- Kelly Chen, Nicole Fortin and Shelley Phipps: Young in class: Implications for inattentive/hyperactive behaviour of Canadian boys and girls, pp. 1601-1634.
- Pascal Courty and John Sim: Retention of talented academic researchers: Evidence from a government intervention, pp. 1635-1660.
- Jesse A. Matheson: Prices and social behaviour: Evidence from adult smoking in Canadian Aboriginal communities, pp. 1661-1693.
- Courtney J. Ward: It's an ill wind: The effect of fine particulate air pollution on respiratory hospitalizations, pp. 1694-1732.
- Irina Murtazashvili, Di Liu and Artem Prokhorov: Two-sample nonparametric estimation of intergenerational income mobility in the United States and Sweden, pp. 1733-1761.
- Céline Azémar and R. Glenn Hubbard: Country characteristics and the incidence of capital income taxation on wages: An empirical assessment, pp. 1762-1802.
- Olena Ivus and Matthew Boland: The employment and wage impact of broadband deployment in Canada, pp. 1803-1830.
- Jorgen Hansen and Xingfei Liu: Estimating labour supply responses and welfare participation: Using a natural experiment to validate a structural labour supply model, pp. 1831-1854.
- Craig Brett and Laurence Jacquet: Workforce or workfare? The optimal use of work requirements when labour is supplied along the extensive margin, pp. 1855-1882.
- Hartmut Egger, Peter Egger and Tobias Seidel: Firm integration strategies and imperfect labour markets, pp. 1883-1901.
- Moritz Ritter: Trade and inequality in a directed search model with firm and worker heterogeneity, pp. 1902-1916.
- Gabriel J. Felbermayr, Mario Larch and Wolfgang Lechthaler: Labour-market institutions and their impact on trade partners: A quantitative analysis, pp. 1917-1943.
- Phillip McCalman and Alan Spearot: Relaxing CAFE: Foreign direct investment, NAFTA and domestic product standards, pp. 1944-1974.
- Peter Berg and Mark Staley: Capital substitution in an industrial revolution, pp. 1975-2004.