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East Asian Economic Review is an economic journal, for the promotion of interdisciplinary research on international economics. Published as a quarterly by the Korea Institute for International Economic Policy, a Korean government-funded economic think-tank, the Journal is global in perspective and covers both theory and empirical research.
The Journal aims to facilitate greater understanding of all issues pertinent to diverse economies of East Asia through publication of rigorous analyses by renowned experts in the field. EAER connects policy and theory, providing empirical analyses and practical policy suggestions for the economies in the region.
Topics for articles in EAER include, but are not limited to: Trade and Investment, Economic Integration; International Finance; International Monetary Cooperation; Bilateral and Multilateral Economic Cooperation among East Asian Countries; and International Economic Cooperation for Korean Unification.
The East Asian Economic Review brings together articles from many different realms of economics at both regional and global levels. Issues relevant to East Asia's diverse economy are the major focuses. Specific areas of interest include, but are not limited to:
East Asian Economic Review is indexed and abstracted in EconLit, e-JEL, JEL on CD, OCLC WorldCat, ProQuest, Google Scholar, ECONIS, EconBiz, EBSCO, British Library, SSRN, RePEc, Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI), Directory of Open Access Scholarly Resource (ROAD), DOAJ, OpenAIRE and registered to Ulrichsweb, ITS·MARC, CrossRef, ORCiD, SHERPA/RoMEO and Korea Citation Index.
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