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The Cambridge Journal of Economics, founded in 1977 in the traditions of Marx, Keynes, Kalecki, Joan Robinson and Kaldor, provides a forum for theoretical, applied, policy and methodological research into social and economic issues …Find out more
CJE publishes influential historical, theoretical, empirical and policy-oriented papers on alternative forms of industrial organization. This collection, "Industrial Districts", marks 40 years of the Journal.
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Special Issue: Rethinking Money and Banking after the Great Financial Crisis
Read the latest special issue from Vol 40, Issue 5.
A collection of articles from the Cambridge Political Economy Society journals: Cambridge Journal of Economics, Cambridge Journal of Political Economy, and Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society.
If your parents required care, would you or a family member provide care for them or would you look for outside help? If you required care in your old age would you expect a family member to provide care?
The Hunger Games and a dystopian Eurozone economy
This post is an extract from 'Europe's Hunger Games: Income Distribution, Cost Competitiveness and Crisis', published in the Cambridge Journal of Economics. In this section, Servaas Storm and C.W.M. Naastepad are comparing The Hunger Games to Eurozone economies...
Public debt, GDP growth, and austerity: why Reinhart and Rogoff are wrong
In 2010, the Harvard University economics professors Carmen Reinhart and Kenneth Rogoff published a paper in the American Economic Review, “Growth in a Time of Debt,” that spoke to the world’s biggest policy question: should we cut public spending to control the deficit or use the state to rekindle economic growth?...
Winner of the 2015 CJE/ISRF Essay Competition
Congratulations to Julie Nelson, winner of the 2015 CJE/ISRF Essay Competition. Find out more about the competition and read the winning article ‘Husbandry: a (feminist) reclamation of masculine responsibility for care’ for free here.
Winner Announced: The European Society for the History of Economic Thought 2016 Best Article
Congratulations to Alberto Feduzi, Jochen Runde, and Carlo Zappia, the winners of The ESHET 2016 Best Article award, for "De Finetti on uncertainty".
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