Journal of Economics

Zeitschrift für Nationalökonomie, also known as “Journal of Economics”, is an academic journal of economics with an emphasis on mathematical microeconomic theory, although it publishes occasional articles on macroeconomics.

Zeitschrift für Nationalökonomie was begun in 1929, as a revival of an earlier Zeitschrift für Volkswirtschaft und Socialpolitik which was published from 1921 into 1927. The initial editor of Zeitschrift für Nationalökonomie was Hans Mayer, a third-generation member of the Austrian School. Mayer avowedly welcomed contributions from all schools of thought, so long as the work were scientifically rigorous and not politically idegological in nature.

It is published by SpringerWienNewYork, a division of Springer Science+Business Media.

External links

  • Zeitschrift für Nationalökonomiehome page of


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