Aims and scope

For over seventy years, the Review of Social Economy has published high-quality peer-reviewed work on the many relationships between social values and economics.
 
The field of social economics discusses how the economy and social justice relate, and what this implies for economic theory and policy. Papers published range from conceptual work on aligning economic institutions and policies with given ethical principles, to theoretical representations of individual behaviour that allow for both self-interested and 'pro-social' motives, and to original empirical work on persistent social issues such as poverty, inequality, and discrimination.
 
In promoting discourse on social-economic themes, and unifying and invigorating scholarship around them, the journal is centrally concerned with these core research areas. The Review is a journal specialized in and a premier outlet for scholarly research at the intersection of social values and economics, and encourages researchers engaged in high-quality work in these areas. Implications for social programs and policies may be discussed in regular articles or in a Speakers' Corner contribution.
 
The Review provides a platform for established social-economics research, but also for research from other branches of economics and the social sciences, when the goal of developing better understandings of the role of social values in economic life is pursued. 
 
Peer Review Policy:
All research articles in this journal have undergone rigorous peer review, based on initial editor screening and anonymized refereeing by two anonymous referees.


Editors:

Amitava Krishna Dutt  -  University of Notre Dame, USA
Lisa Herzog - Technical University Munich, Germany
Lynette Spillman - University of Notre Dame, USA
Roberto Veneziani - Queen Mary University of London, UK

Advisory Board:

David B. Audretsch - Indiana University, USA
Pranab Bardhan - University of California, Berkeley, USA
William A. Darity, Jr. - University of North Carolina, USA
George Demartino - Denver University, USA
Ben Fine - School of Oriental And African Studies, University of London, UK
Giuseppe Fontana - University of Leeds, USA
Jayati Ghosh - Jawaharlal Nehru University, India
Mark Granovetter - Stanford University, USA
Stephen Gudeman - University of Minnesota, USA
Geoffrey M. Hodgson - University of Hertfordshire, UK
Deirdre McCloskey - University of Illinois, USA
Julie Nelson - University of Massachusetts Boston, USA
Debra Satz - Stanford University, USA
Joan C. Tronto - University of Minnesota, USA
Quentin Wodon - The World Bank, USA

Editorial Board:

Philip Arestis - University of Cambridge, UK
Deepankar Basu - University of Massachusetts Amherst, USA
Constanze Binder - Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Michael Carr - University of Massachusetts Boston, USA
Aurelie Charles - University of Bath, UK
John Davis - University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands, and Marquette University, USA
Firat Demir, University of Oklahoma, USA
Ashwini Deshpande - Delhi School of Economics, India
David Dequech - University of Campinas, Brazil
Benjamin Ferguson - VU University, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Eszter Kollar, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
Peter Hans Matthews - Middlebury College, USA
Thaddeus Metz - University of Johannesburg, South Africa
Robert McMaster - University of Glasgow, UK
Benjamin Radcliff - University of Notre Dame, USA
Daniele Tavani - Colorado State University, USA
Nicholas Vrousalis - University of Leiden, The Netherlands
Tonia Warnecke - Rollins College, USA