Journal Insights

- update at: 27 Oct 2023

♦  Aims & scope

Journal of Information Economics (JIE) is an international journal that aims to publish peer-reviewed research about the production, distribution, use and management of information. JIE seeks a scholarly understanding that is based on empirical research and builds novel theoretical contributions. The purpose of the journal is to provide an interdisciplinary and international forum for theoretical and empirical research that addresses the needs of other researchers, government, and professionals who are involved in the policy-making process (target readership).

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E-ISSN: 2972-3671

♦ Subject areas

Economics and Econometrics, Finance, Business

♦ Publishing timeline

Frequency: Quarterly                    Time to first decision: 3 Weeks

Submission to publication: 5 Weeks        Acceptance rate: 35%

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