Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Two pieces of good news

- A shorter article on the 1920-1921 depression that I submitted to the Cambridge Journal of Economics has now been officially accepted. I think they're trying to get the special issue it's in out soon.

- I just heard from my co-authors at Urban that our article to the Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization is accepted with a few small revisions.

7 comments:

  1. Congratulations Daniel P. Kuehn on both acceptances! What's the special issue in the CJE going to be about?

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  2. "A shorter article on the 1920-1921 depression that I submitted to the Cambridge Journal of Economics has now been officially accepted"

    Congratulations, that's an impressive achievement.

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  3. Out of curiosity what is the ranking of econ journals like? Which is considered the econ version of Nature or Science and on down the line in other words?

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  4. Neither of these are particularly highly ranked, although CJE is a well known Keynesian journal and JOBE is fairly well known I think.

    AER, QJE, RESTAT, and that sort are the top tier.

    The only "top tier" publisher I'm probably going to be involved with any time soon is this NBER book. That's a very important organization, although I won't be in their journal.

    I'm going to try to submit the paper I'm presenting at the public policy conference in November to a big one - maybe RESTAT. It might be DOA, but it's worth a shot.

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  5. Thanks everyone. And Blue Aurora - the issue is a special issue on austerity. I am obviously arguing that the experience of 1920-1921 does not provide a credible argument for austerity during recessions like the one we're going through now.

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  6. Bit late to the part, but congrats!

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