The Erasmus Journal for Philosophy and Economics (EJPE) is a peer-reviewed bi-annual academic journal supported by the Erasmus Institute for Philosophy and Economics at the Philosophy Faculty of Erasmus University Rotterdam. EJPE publishes research on the methodology, history, ethics, and interdisciplinary relations of economics, and welcomes contributions from all scholars with an interest in any of its research domains. EJPE is an Open Access Journal: all the content is permanently available online without subscription or payment. Every article has a unique and permanent URL.

 

EJPE aims to:

  • Publish high quality original research on the intersection of philosophy and economics.
  • Support the inter-disciplinary development of the field with critical survey papers covering ongoing debates and information about relevant publications.
  • Provide a forum that is friendly to young scholars, and supported by an authoritative, efficient, and constructive review process.

Type of contents:

Contributions by submission

  • Articles: on any of the research domains of the Journal.
  • Book reviews: of recent publications in the field.
  • Critical comments: responses to articles or book reviews previously published in the Journal.
  • PhD thesis summaries: of recent graduates in any area covered by the Journal. 

 

Contributions arranged by the EJPE Editors

  • Interviews: with experienced philosophers or economists.
  • Invited papers: generally critical survey papers on a particular field by well established academics.


Read EJPE’s
Publication Ethics and Publication Malpractice Statement.

 

Copyright statement:

EJPE is a non-profit making journal and will not charge for access nor seek to re-publish contributions in any other format (translations, anthologies, and the like) without the explicit consent of the authors. All use of EJPE published material should fully cite the author(s) and source. Copyright over all material remains with the authors and inquiries concerning further use of material published in EJPE beyond the normal academic usage should therefore be addressed to the authors themselves. More general queries about copyright should be addressed to the EJPE editors.