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NEP codeTitle JEL corresponding editor
nep-all All new papers John S. Irons
nep-agr Agricultural Economics Angelo Zago
nep-ann NEP Announcements, New Reports John S. Irons
nep-cdm Collective Decision-MakingD7 K.J. Bernhard Neumärker
nep-cfn Corporate Finance Evgenia Stupina
nep-cmp Computational Economics Nienke Oomes
nep-dcm Discrete Choice Models Philip Yu
nep-dev Development Jeong-Joon Lee
nep-dge Dynamic General Equilibrium Christian Zimmermann
nep-ecm Econometrics Sune Karlsson
nep-edu Education Rafael Lalive
nep-ets Econometrics: Time Series Yong Yin
nep-eff Efficiency and Productivity Angelo Zago
nep-ene Energy Economics Roger Fouquet
nep-env Environmental Economics Francisco S. Ramos
nep-eec European Economics Marco Catenaro
nep-evo Evolutionary Economics Murat Yildizoglu
nep-exp Experimental Economics Reinhard Sippel
nep-his Economic History Bernardo Batiz-Lazo
nep-hpe History and Philosophy of Economics Nienke Oomes
nep-fin Finance Konstantina Ifanti
nep-fmk Financial Markets Erik Schloegl
nep-gth Game Theory Francisco Moraiz
nep-hea Health Economics Yong Yin
nep-ias Insurance Economics Ruud H. Koning
nep-ifn International Finance Yi-Nung Yang
nep-ind Industrial Organization Bernardo Batiz-Lazo
nep-ino Innovation Alex Roy
nep-lab Labor Economcis Stephanie Lluis
nep-law Law and Economics Jeong-Joon Lee
nep-ltv Unemployment Bruno Soares
nep-mic Microeconomics Reinhard Sippel
nep-mon Monetary Economics Bernd Hayo
nep-net Network Economics Yi-Nung Yang
nep-pol Positive Political Economy John S. Irons
nep-pke Post Keynesian Economics Karl Patrick
nep-pbe Public Economics John S. Irons
nep-pub Public Finance K.J. Bernhard Neumärker
nep-reg Regulation Eduardo Mendoza
nep-spo Sports and Economics Ruud H. Koning
nep-tid Technology and Industry Dynamics Murat Yildizoglu

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The Editors

NameInstitution
Bernardo Batiz-Lazo Open University
Josep M Camacho Cabiscol University of Lleida, Spain
Marco Catenaro University of Surrey
Giuseppe Fontana Leeds University Business School
Roger Fouquet Imperial College
Rafael Lalive University of Zurich
Bernd Hayo University of Bonn
Konstantina Ifanti University of Patras
John S. Irons Amherst College
Sune Karlsson Stockholm School of Economics
Ruud H. Koning University of Groningen
Jeong-Joon Lee Stanford University
Stephanie Lluis University of Montreal
Eduardo Mendoza University of Surrey
Francisco Moraiz University of Surrey
K.J. Bernhard Neumärker Ruhr-Universität Bochum
Nienke Oomes University of Wisconsin
Karl Patrick Leeds Metropolitain University
Francisco S. Ramos Federal University of Pernambuco
Alex Roy The University of Manchester & UMIST
Erik Schloegl School of Mathematical Sciences University of Technology, Sydney
Reinhard Sippel Universität Bonn
Bruno Soares IPEA
Evgenia Stupina Imperial College
Yi-Nung Yang Chung Yuan Christian University
Murat Yildizoglu Université Louis Pasteur
Yong Yin SUNY at Buffalo
Philip Yu Hong Kong University
Angelo Zago Università degli Studi di Verona
Christian Zimmermann Université du Quebec at Montréal

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