The Annual Reviews’ new collection of economics journals has been added to the UML Library collection. The three new journals — Annual Review of Economics, Annual Review of Financial Economics and Annual Review of Resource Economics — summarize developments in their respective fields and reflect the advancement of economics as a critical scientific discipline.
The new titles are edited by leading economists Tim Bresnahan (Stanford), Andrew Lo (MIT), and Gordon Rausser (UC Berkeley), and Nobel prize winners Kenneth Arrow (Stanford) and Robert Merton (Harvard Business School). Annual Reviews has brought together 150 renowned scholars to address an interdisciplinary audience, from economics specialists to those with primary interests including public policy, business, social and natural sciences.
Annual Reviews, a nonprofit publisher that synthesizes critical research literature, has offered comprehensive collections of critical reviews since 1932. Its highly cited journals help readers to evaluate and select from the increasing wealth of primary literature.