Auspicious beginnings

The new AEJ Applied Journal is absurdly good. It reflects everything I like about economics. Perhaps one would expect this from an inaugural issue of a high-profile publication. I hope they keep it up, and suspect they will.

It’s a shame they don’t make the first issue open to the public, though. Titles and abstracts here. (I suspect most authors have a working paper on their website if you like the paper.)

One thought on “Auspicious beginnings

  1. Here is the working paper version of the Ardington, Case and Hosegood paper.

    Cally lectured me on the analysis of household surveys at the University of Cape Town. She’s fantastic!
    And yes, that’s blatant South Africa promotion. Couldn’t help myself.