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Brookings Papers on Economic Activity

Brookings Papers on Economic Activity  
Abbreviated title (ISO 4)
BPEA
Discipline Economics
Language English
Publication details
Publisher
Brookings Press (USA)
Publication history
1970–present
Frequency semiannually
Indexing
ISSN 00072303
Links
  • Journal homepage

The Brookings Papers on Economic Activity (BPEA) is a journal of economics published twice a year by the [2] The current editors are David Romer and Justin Wolfers.[3]

Each semiannual issue of the journal comprises the proceedings of a conference, the Brookings Panel on Economic Activity, held in Washington D.C. each spring and fall. The conference and journal both focus on the empirical analysis of issues of current relevance to macroeconomic policy with particular attention given to "recent and current economic developments that are directly relevant to the contemporary scene or especially challenging because they stretch our understanding of economic theory or previous empirical findings".[4]

References

  1. ^ Journal Information from Project MUSE
  2. ^ IDEAS Ratings, RePEc
  3. ^ Press Release: Brookings Appoints Romer, Wolfers as New Editors for Brookings Papers on Economic Activity
  4. ^ Journal Information from JSTOR

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