The Italian Economic Journal (ItEJ) is the official peer-reviewed journal of the Italian Economic Association. ItEJ publishes scientific articles in all areas of economics and economic policy, providing a scholarly, international forum for all methodological approaches and schools of thought. In particular, the ItEJ aims at encouraging and disseminating high quality research about the Italian and the European economy. To fulfill this aim, the journal welcomes applied, institutional and theoretical papers on relevant and timely issues for the European and Italian economic debate.
The ItEJ merges the Rivista Italiana degli Economisti (RIE), the journal founded by the Italian Economic Association in 1996, with the Giornale degli Economisti (GdE), founded in 1875 and enriched by contributions from illustrious economists, including among others, Amoroso, Black, Barone, De Viti De Marco, Edgeworth, Einaudi, Modigliani, Pantaleoni, Pareto Slutsky and Tinbergen.