About the Journal

Aims and scopes
Latin American Economic Review (LAER) is the leading general interest economics journal on topics relevant to Latin America. The journal welcomes high-quality theoretical and quantitative research papers on economic, social and political-economy issues with a regional focus. Articles presenting new data bases or describing structural reforms within a rigorous theoretical framework will also be considered. A few (illustrative) examples of topics that may be of special interest to LAER include: development, labor, health, poverty, informal sector, corruption, crime, drug policy, social mobility, price controls, energy and environmental policy, natural resources, and technology transfer. Research on empirical finance is welcome as long as they address an original research question relevant to the Latin American regions.

Special Issue on Expemiental Economics
LAER will publish a Special Issue on Behavioral and Experimental Economics. The special issue aims to portray the uses of experiments and behavioral modeling in economics with specific application to Latin America.  Hernan Bejarano (CIDE), Charlie Sprenger (Caltech), and Isabel Trevino (UCSD) will be the guest editors for the special issue. See the call for papers.

Special Issue, 50th Anniversary of the Division of Economics of CIDE
LAER will publish a Special Issue in a wide variety of topics to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Division of Economics of CIDE. The special issue will portray original contributions of distinguished alumni and former faculty of the Division. Isabel Melguizo (CIDE) and Ericka Rascón (CIDE) will be the guest editors for the special issue. Read more on the issue in the announcement

 

Past Volumes (2014-2019)
For articles published before 2020, please visit Springer Open.

 

Current Issue

Vol. 23 (2014)
Published: 2014-01-01

Regular articles

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