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|NEP code||Title||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-Making||D7||K.J. Bernhard Neumärker|
|nep-cfn||Corporate Finance||Evgenia Stupina|
|nep-cmp||Computational Economics||Nienke Oomes|
|nep-dcm||Discrete Choice Models||Philip Yu|
|nep-dge||Dynamic General Equilibrium||Christian Zimmermann|
|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-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-lab||Labor Economcis||Stephanie Lluis|
|nep-law||Law and Economics||Jeong-Joon Lee|
|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-spo||Sports and Economics||Ruud H. Koning|
|nep-tid||Technology and Industry Dynamics||Murat Yildizoglu|
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|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|
|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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