Journal des Économistes et des Études Humaines
“This is an excellent publication. It combines a concern with political economy and the methods of political economy with a consideration of the ethical dimensions underlying different social norms and rules.“
- Mark Pennington, University of London, UK
The Journal des Économistes et des Études Humaines (JEEH) is a quarterly journal of political economy and interdisciplinary economic studies. It addresses economic issues in political theory, social dynamics, social science methodology, and philosophy. JEEH builds upon the legacy of the French Journal des économistes – Revue mensuelle d’économie politique (1841-1940), the very first journal of economic studies. It published contributions by great economists and scholars such as Dunoyer, Leon Say, Coquelin, Cobden, Bastiat, Molinari, Juglar, Walras, Pareto, Humboldt, Rosher, and Gide. JEEH carries on in this tradition, publishing economic studies that are broader than most journals in the field. Today, JEEH has an international audience, and welcomes contributions written by professional scholars wherever they are in the world.
JEEH‘s goals are:
- To bring together economics with neighboring disciplines such as law, history, political science, sociology, philosophy, psychology, and anthropology
- To promote the development of the Austrian approach to economics (Austrian School) and to provide discussion and controversy
- To reconcile economics with the ethical and policy-oriented principles which make coordinated interaction between human beings possible
Now published by The Gruyter Online, the Journal des Économistes et des Études Humaines was previously published by the Institut Européen des Études Humaines and The Berkeley Electronic Press.