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Royal Economic Society

Economic Journal

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This journal is no longer published by Royal Economic Society. For a followup journal, see Economic Journal, published by Royal Economic Society.
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Current editor: Martin Cripps
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Current editor: Woulter den Haan
Current editor: Andrea Galeotti
Current editor: Rachel Griffith
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Additional information is available for the following registered editor(s): Antonio Ciccone Martin William Cripps Leonardo Felli Andrea Galeotti Rachel Griffith Stephen Machin David Peter Myatt Jorn-Steffen Pischke Andrew Scott Frederic Vermeulen
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