The journal is published on behalf of the Department of Economics at LSE by Wiley. It is widely read, being available in nearly 10,000 institutions worldwide.
Established in 1921, it was formerly edited by Frank Cowell (Managing Editor), Lena Edlund, Gianluca Benigno, Peter Norman Sørensen, and Amos Witztum (Book Reviews).
In July 2015, it was announced that Economica would be re-launched with a new team of editors from January 2016.
The Chair of the Board of Economica is the Head of Department of Economics and the Professors of Economics at LSE are the journal board.
Professor Tim Besley
School Professor of Economics and Political Science
W Arthur Lewis Professor of Development Economics
Professor Henry Overman
(Department of Geography and Environment)
Professor of Economic Geography
Deputy Head of Department (Research)
Dr Catherine Thomas (Department of Management)
Associate Professor (Reader) of Managerial Economics and Strategy
Journal Manager is Coralie Simmons
Centre Manager for Macroeconomics
Journal Manager, Economica
Journal Administrative Assistant is Helen Power
Centre Administrator for Macroeconomics
Journal Administrative Assistant, Economica
Ghazala Azmat, Sciences Po
Diego Battiston, University of Edinburgh
Johannes Boehm, Sciences Po
Jo Blanden, Surrey
Alessandra Bonfiglioli, QMUL
Felipe Carozzi, LSE
Jonathan de Quidt, IIES
Lucie Gadenne, QMUL
Giulia Giupponi, Bocconi
Hanwei Huang, City University of Hong Kong
Nicola Limodio, Bocconi
Pushkar Maitra, Monash
Monica Martinez-Bravo, CEMFI
Sandra McNalley, Surrey
Maria Micaela Sviatschi, Princeton
Sharun Mukand, Warwick
Federico Rossi, Warwick
Cecilia Testa, Nottingham
Zaki Wahhaj, Kent
The journal offers a quick turnaround time and is open to submissions from all fields. The Editorial Team welcomes high-quality contributions from all parts of the international research community which are of interest to general readers. There is no submission fee and the journal does not require the use of JEL codes.
To submit a paper to Economica please go to the online submission page. For further information please visit the website of the Wiley Online Library.
Economica turned 100 in 2021.
Our aim to commemorate this is to publish 100 papers by former LSE Department of Economics students, and current and former faculty.
The Economica Centenary Conference launched this process and the papers from the conference, which will appear in the journal, will be part of the 100 we intend to publish.
Read the published manuscripts here.