Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics

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Publishing international research papers on current practical issues in applied economics, the Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics is essential reading for academic and professional economists in both the private and public sector.  The journal is published on behalf of University of Oxford's Department of Statistics.  

Whilst the Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics publishes papers in all areas of applied economics, emphasis is placed on the practical importance, theoretical interest and policy-relevance of their substantive results, as well as on the methodology and technical competence of the research.

Contributions on the topical issues of economic policy and the testing of currently controversial economic theories are encouraged, as well as more empirical research on both developed and developing countries.

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