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.
- Joel L. Horowitz: Variable selection and estimation in high-dimensional models, pp. 389-407.
- Shushanik Hakobyan: Accounting for underutilization of trade preference programs: The US generalized system of preferences, pp. 408-436.
- Tammy Schirle: The effect of universal child benefits on labour supply, pp. 437-463.
- Ye (George) Jia: The impact of personal bankruptcy law on entrepreneurship, pp. 464-493.
- Nathan Berg and Todd Gabel: Did Canadian welfare reform work? The effects of new reform strategies on social assistance participation, pp. 494-528.
- Mohsen Javdani: Glass ceilings or glass doors? The role of firms in male-female wage disparities, pp. 529-560.
- Fernanda Estevan: Public education expenditures and private school enrollment, pp. 561-584.
- Cathleen Johnson and Claude Montmarquette: The lack of loan aversion among Canadian high school students, pp. 585-611.
- David A. Green and Benjamin M. Sand: Has the Canadian labour market polarized?, pp. 612-646.
- David A. Green: Inequality in Canada: Symposium introduction, pp. 647-654.
- Kevin Milligan and Michael Smart: Taxation and top incomes in Canada, pp. 655-681.
- Nicole M. Fortin and Thomas Lemieux: Changes in wage inequality in Canada: An interprovincial perspective, pp. 682-713.
- Joseph Marchand: The distributional impacts of an energy boom in Western Canada, pp. 714-735.
- Casey Warman and Christopher Worswick: Technological change, occupational tasks and declining immigrant outcomes: Implications for earnings and income inequality in Canada, pp. 736-772.
- Sam Norris and Krishna Pendakur: Consumption inequality in Canada, 1997 to 2009, pp. 773-792.
- A. Abigail Payne and Justin Smith: Does income inequality increase charitable giving?, pp. 793-818.