The Canadian Journal of Economics welcomes its new co-editors, Matilde Bombardini (UBC) and Andres Carvajal (UC Davis, formerly at Western).
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.
- Jean-Yves Duclos and Bouba Housseini: Quality, quantity and duration of lives, pp. 1-27.
- Kate Rybczynski: Gender differences in portfolio risk across birth cohort and marital status, pp. 28-63.
- Michael Alexeev and Yao-Yu Chih: Social network structure and status competition, pp. 64-82.
- Satya P. Das and Anuradha Saha: Growth of business services: A supply-side hypothesis, pp. 83-109.
- Taehyun Ahn: The employment dynamics of less-educated men in the United States: The role of self-employment, pp. 110-133.
- Magnus Wiberg: The comparative political economy of the location of industry, pp. 134-154.
- Richard Chisik: Job market signalling, stereotype threat and counter-stereotypical behaviour, pp. 155-188.
- Mati Dubrovinsky and Ralph A. Winter: Organizational form and output quality, pp. 189-206.
- Ronald B. Davies and Rodolphe Desbordes: Greenfield FDI and skill upgrading: A polarized issue, pp. 207-244.
- Hartmut Egger, Frode Meland and Hans-Jörg Schmerer: Differences in the degree of unionization as a source of comparative advantage in open economies, pp. 245-272.
- James B. Ang, Jakob B. Madsen and Peter E. Robertson: Export performance of the Asian miracle economies: The role of innovation and product variety, pp. 273-309.
- Gianluca Orefice: International migration and trade agreements: The new role of PTAs, pp. 310-334.
- Philipp Meinen: Sunk costs of exporting and the role of experience in international trade, pp. 335-367.
- Philip J. Grossman, Mana Komai and James E. Jensen: Leadership and gender in groups: An experiment, pp. 368-388.