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The Review of Austrian Economics is issuing a general call for papers. Papers that are accepted for review, will go through a double-blind refereeing process, and the editors are striving to have a 6 to 8 week turn around on manuscripts.

Papers which address the following are particularly encouraged:

Empirical work on the origin and evolution of the institutions of capitalism, including work on the evolution of financial markets, the internal organization of the firm, and the institutions of governance (political and economic) in general.

Contemporary history on financial crises, in light of the Austrian theory of the trade cycle (or in contradiction of it).

Work of a theoretical or empirical nature dealing with the transition economies and emerging market economies in general.

The Review will periodically run symposia, but that will not be the standard practice. Instead, the Review will run as an on-going open submission forum, so papers beyond the topics mentioned above are more than welcomed and encouraged.

The Review no longer accepts submissions via email. We have now moved to an online submission system. Please visit the Editorial Manager for The Review of Austrian Economics to submit, review or track your manuscript.

If you have any questions about the RAE, do not hesitate to contact the editor. Inquiries should be directed to:

Professor Peter J. Boettke, Editor,
Review of Austrian Economics
George Mason University

Department of Economics, MSN 3G4
4400 University Drive
Fairfax, VA 22030-4444
phone (703) 993-1149
e-fax (703) 935-7535