NZ Economic Papers

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International scholarly journal of the New Zealand Association of Economists Incorporated.
ISSN 0077-9954 (Print), 1943-4863 (Online)
3 issues per year

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The New Zealand Economic Papers is a fully peer-reviewed and internationally recognized scholarly journal whose main objective is to publish research articles on any aspect of economics and economic history.

New Zealand Economic Papers publishes research of the highest quality from leading international scholars in all areas of economics, both theoretical and empirical. At the same time the journal also expects to serve as the primary outlet for world class research on important issues relevant to New Zealand, Australia and the Asia-Pacific. The journal also publishes survey articles, book reviews and welcomes articles that explore important policy initiatives affecting the region and the implications of those policies.

The Editor-in-Chief is NZAE Council member Mark J. Holmes of University of Waikato, New Zealand. Mark is supported by several Associate Editors and an Editorial Board drawn from New Zealand and international institutions (list).

Editors of New Zealand Economic Papers

Year Volumes Editor University
1966 – 1967 1 – 2 Frank Holmes Victoria
1968 – 1969 2 – 3 Ian McDougall Massey
1969 – 1973 3 – 7 Albert Brownlie Canterbury
1974 – 1977 8 – 11 Gary Hawke Victoria
1978 – 1979 12 – 13 Allan Catt Auckland
1980 – 1983 14 – 17 Brian Silverstone Waikato
1984 – 1986 18 – 20 Paul Wooding Otago
1987 – 1988 21 – 22 David Giles Canterbury
1989 – 1990 23 – 24 Lewis Evans Victoria
1991 – 1994 25 – 28 Tony Endres Auckland
1995 – 1997 29 – 31 Dorian Owen Otago
1998 – 2001 32 – 35 Frank Scrimgeour Waikato
2002 – 2004 36 – 38 Tim Hazledine Auckland
2005 – 2006 39 – 40 Ian King Otago
2007 – 2010 41 – 44 Ananish Chaudhuri Auckland
2011 - 45 - Mark Holmes Waikato

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