March 21, 2003
European Economists Divorce Elsevier; 'International Politics' Finds New Publisher
MAKING ECONOMIES: The European Economic Association is just 18 years old, but as the continent has moved toward political union and a single currency, the young group has accumulated a great deal of clout. "You have to realize that within Europe, each country had their own economics journals, their own economic associations," says Patrick Bolton, an economics professor at Princeton University. "And they've been completely sidelined by the European association."
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