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Business Economics
Palgrave Macmillan UK

Business Economics

The Journal of the National Association for Business Economics

Editor-in-Chief: Charles Steindel

ISSN: 0007-666X (print version)
ISSN: 1554-432X (electronic version)

Journal no. 11369

Palgrave Macmillan UK


Welcome to Business Economics
Business Economics is a refereed journal that serves as an essential resource and provides practical information for people who apply economics in their jobs.

Read William Poole’s review of The Man Who Knew: The Life and Times of Alan Greenspan by Sebastian Mallaby, for free

In an important newly published review in Business Economics, William Poole dissects Sebastian Mallaby’s biography of Alan Greenspan, The Man Who Knew: The Life and Times of Alan Greenspan. Poole vigorously disagrees with a number of Mallaby's interpretations of the pre-financial crisis period and Greenspan's role and responsibility in that crisis.
Read the article, for free, here.


We are pleased to announce that our new online submission system for Business Economics is live! The link for the new system, called Editorial Manager, is https://www.editorialmanager.com/buec
ALL new submissions should be uploaded to the online submission system.

Business Economics announces the winner of the Abramson Scroll

The editor of Business Economics is delighted to congratulate Angel Ubide for winning the Abramson Scroll for an outstanding paper in the journal. The paper is entitled, ‘The Case for an Active Fiscal Policy in the Developed World’ and we are delighted to present it free to view until early November.
Please read the article for FREE here

BE is now included in ABS' Academic Journal Quality Guide

We are pleased to announce that Business Economics is now included in the Association of Business Schools' Academic Journal Quality Guide 2015. The guide assesses and ranks over 1,400 business and management publications - the full listing can be viewed here. Inclusion in the guide marks an important milestone for the journal. Congratulations to BE on this achievement!

Hand selected articles

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  • Aims and Scope

    Aims and Scope


    Business Economics is a refereed journal that serves as an essential resource and provides practical information for people who apply economics in their jobs. It fulfils this purpose by:

    • providing a leading forum for debating solutions to critical business problems or the analysis of key business issues.
    • providing best-practice models, tools and hands-on techniques from professionals in business.
    • representing an important channel for summaries of action-oriented analysis aimed at solving business problems.
    • giving insight into how to apply economics within business and how economic professionals respond to challenges in the workplace.
    • representing and interpreting current economic information and issues that are educational and useful on the job.

    In addition to regular articles, Business Economics also regularly publishes the following features:

    • Focus on Statistics
    • Focus on Industries and Markets
    • Economics at Work
    • Book Reviews
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