The CJE is very happy to welcome its new Managing Editor : Francisco Ruge-Murcia, from the University of Montreal. The journal also welcomes Li Hao and Michael Baker, who joined the editorial board in July 2013. Michael Baker, from the University of Toronto handles micro-econometrics papers. Li Hao from the UBC handles non-trade theory papers. Mario Crucini, Josh Ederington and John Ries have all agreed to continue. It's a very strong editorial team for the future!
The CJE receives around 350 submissions per year and publishes around 60 of these papers. It is a general interest journal that welcomes submissions in all fields but we also have a reputation as a very good international trade journal with a concentration of both theoretical and empirical trade articles. In 2012 the median time to a first decision was 116 days (less than four months).
- Theo S. Eicher and Monique Newiak: Intellectual property rights as development determinants, pp. 4-22.
- Yanling Wang: Exposure to FDI and new plant survival: evidence in Canada, pp. 46-77.
- Volker Nitsch and Nikolaus Wolf: Tear down this wall: on the persistence of borders in trade, pp. 154-179.
- Boris Kralj and Jasmin Kantarevic: Quality and quantity in primary care mixed-payment models: evidence from family health organizations in Ontario, pp. 208-238.
- Anindya Sen and Hideki Ariizumi: Teen families, welfare transfers, and the minimum wage: evidence from Canada, pp. 338-360.
- Catia Montagna and Antonella Nocco: Unionization, international integration, and selection, pp. 23-45.
- Peter Debaere, Holger Görg and Horst Raff: Greasing the wheels of international commerce: how services facilitate firms' international sourcing, pp. 78-102.
- Liza Jabbour: Market thickness, sunk costs, productivity, and the outsourcing decision: an empirical analysis of manufacturing firms in France, pp. 103-134.
- Emmanuelle Lavallée and Vincent Vicard: National borders matterwhere one draws the lines too, pp. 135-153.
- Katsuya Takii and Ryuichi Tanaka: On the role of job assignment in a comparison of education systems, pp. 180-207.
- Jason Stevens: The benefits of storage and non-renewable resource price dynamics, pp. 239-265.
- Leonardo J. Basso: On input market surplus and its relation to the downstream market game, pp. 266-281.
- Constantine Manasakis, Evangelos Mitrokostas and Emmanuel Petrakis: Certification of corporate social responsibility activities in oligopolistic markets, pp. 282-309.
- Jordi Mondria and Thomas Wu: Imperfect financial integration and asymmetric information: competing explanations of the home bias puzzle?, pp. 310-337.
- David Laidler and Michael Parkin: Canadian Economics Association/L'Association canadienne d'Économique Fellows, pp. 1-3.