What's up with B.E. Press? I thought the idea was to offer an alternative to for-profit publishers (i.e., who is this De Gruyter person anyway?)
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Asian Journal of Law and Economics
Asia-Pacific Journal of Risk and Insurance
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Forum for Health Economics & Policy
Global Economy Journal Journal des Economistes et des Etudes Humaines
Journal of Agricultural & Food Industrial Organization
Journal of Benefit-Cost Analysis
Journal of Business Valuation and Economic Loss Analysis
Journal of Econometric Methods
Journal of Time Series Econometrics
Review of Marketing Science
Review of Middle East Economics and Finance
Review of Network Economics
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The B.E. Journal of Theoretical Economics
The Economists' Voice
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The pony express about this change hasn't made it to Boone, NC yet. Are there any env-econ readers who are better plugged in that might explain?
*The email says Walter.