The Indian Economic Review is the journal of the Department of Economics, Delhi School of Economics, India. Founded by V.K.R.V. Rao in 1952, the Indian Economic Review is a general economics journal. It provides a platform for dissemination of innovative research in economics that employs theoretical and empirical approaches. It has over the years featured the work of leading economists including Nobel laureates on a wide range of topics in economics. Contributors to the Indian Economic Review include George Akerlof, Pranab Bardhan, Kaushik Basu, William Baumol, Jagdish Bhagwati, Sukhamoy Chakravarty, Mrinal Datta Chaudhuri, Harry Johnson, James Mirrlees, Lawrence Klein, Kala Krishna, Anne Krueger, A.L. Nagar, William Nordhaus, Prasanta Pattanaik, K.N. Raj, Joan Robinson, Amartya Sen, T N Srinivasan, Nicholas Stern, Suresh Tendulkar, Jan Tinbergen, James Tobin, Stephen Turnovsky, and Thomas Weisskopf, to name a few.
The objective of the journal is to publish high quality papers from contributors across the world, on substantive issues, that will have a lasting impact.
In 2017 the journal transitioned from an in-house publication to being published by Springer. Past issues of the journal are available at JSTOR.
The journal welcomes original submissions in all areas of empirical, applied and theoretical economics. All submissions are first subjected to desk review by the editors and if found appropriate, they are sent for peer reviewing.
The editors of the journal may also commission policy briefs, special issues, and solicit book reviews from time to time.
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