The Cambridge Journal of Economics, founded in the traditions of Marx, Keynes, Kalecki, Joan Robinson and Kaldor, welcomes contributions from heterodox economics as well as other social science disciplines. Within this orientation the journal provides a focus for theoretical, applied, interdisciplinary, history of thought and methodological work, with strong emphasis on realistic analysis, the development of critical perspectives, the provision and use of empirical evidence, and the construction of policy.
The Editors welcome submissions in this spirit on economic and social issues including, but not only, unemployment, inflation, the organisation of production, the distribution of the social product, class conflict, economic underdevelopment, globalisation and international economic integration, changing forms and boundaries of markets and planning, and uneven development and instability in the world economy.
- The latest Call for papers is on ‘Celebrating the 120th anniversary of Joan Violet Robinson: Her Lessons for Today’. The deadline for submitting papers via CJE refereeing process: 30 April 2022.
- The Independent Social Research Foundation (ISRF) and the Cambridge Journal of Economics (CJE) set an essay competition on the theme, ‘What contribution can heterodox economics make to addressing the climate emergency?’ Authors were free to choose their topic and title within this theme. The best essay will be awarded a prize of EUR 7,000.
- The Cambridge Journal of Economics 2021 Conference ran online 7-9 September 2021, with many of the recorded presentations available to view.
- The European Society for the History of Economic Thought Academic Awards for Best Article winner for 2016 has been awarded to authors: Alberto Feduzi, Jochen Runde and Carlo Zappia for their paper entitled ‘De Finetti on Uncertainty’. This paper was published in the Cambridge Journal of Economics, 38(1), 2014: 1-21.
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- The Cambridge Journal of Economics and the Independent Social Research Foundation announce the winner of the recent essay competition on the topic ‘What is the place of care in the economy?’. The prize has been awarded to Professor Julie A. Nelson for her essay: ‘Husbandry: A (Feminist) Reclamation of Masculine Responsibility for Care’, which has been published in the CJE January 2016 issue, Vol, 40, No 1.
- News Coverage & Videos from the Special issue on ‘Equal pay as a moving target’, Volume 39 Number 2 March 2015.