Econometrica Editors' Report, 2016-2017

THE THREE TABLES BELOW provide summary statistics on the editorial process in the form presented in previous editors’ reports.

Table I indicates that we received 961 new submissions this year. This number is modestly higher than the number of submissions in 2015/16 (917), and is the highest total in the history of the journal. The number of accepted papers (64) increased from last year’s 54…

Econometrica Editors' Report, 2015-2016

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Table I indicates that we received 917 new submissions this year. This number is modestly lower than the number of submissions in 2014–2015 (949), but is the second highest total in the history of the journal. The number of accepted papers (54) decreased from last year’s 67...

Econometrica Editors' Report, 2014-2015

THE THREE TABLES BELOW provide summary statistics on the editorial process in the form presented in previous editors’ reports.

Table I indicates that we received 949 new submissions this year. This number is the highest ever, and reflects a growing trend in the last few years. The number of accepted papers (67) has increased from last year’s 55...

Econometrica Editors' Report, 2013-2014

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Table I indicates that we received 882 new submissions this year. This number is the highest ever, and reflects a growing trend in the last few years. The number of accepted papers (55) is slightly less than last year’s 67...

Econometrica Editors' Report, 2012-2013

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Table I indicates that we received 825 new submissions this year. This number is the highest ever, and reflects a growing trend in the last few years. The number of accepted papers (67) is slightly less than last year’s 71 but still higher than in recent years...

Econometrica Editors' Report, 2011-2012

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Table I indicates that we received 751 new submissions this year. This number is the highest ever and reflects a growing trend in the last few years. The number of accepted papers (71) is greater than last year’s 59 and the highest in recent years...

Econometrica Editors' Report, 2010-2011

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Table I indicates that we received 747 new submissions this year. This number is the highest ever and reflects a growing trend in the last few years. The number of accepted papers (59) is close to last year’s 61, the highest in recent years.With a reduced editorial board of six, editors’ loads have increased more as documented in Table II....

Econometrica Editors' Report, 2009-2010

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Table I indicates that we received 714 new submissions this year. This number is the second highest ever, and reflects a growing trend in the last few years, following a small drop last year. The number of accepted papers (61) is the highest in recent years...

Econometrica Editors' Report, 2008-2009

THE THREE TABLES BELOW provide summary statistics on the editorial process in the form presented in previous editors’ reports.

Table I indicates that we received 672 new submissions this year. This number represents a small drop from last year. However, submissions have been rising very fast in recent years, and this number is close to the average of the last four years. The number of revisions received (188) is the highest ever and the number of accepted papers (59) is one of the highest numbers in recent years...

Econometrica Editors' Report, 2007-2008

WHILE THIS YEAR HAS SEEN a significant turnover in personnel (discussed below), Econometrica’s mission continues to be to publish original articles in all branches of economics—theoretical and empirical, abstract and applied— providing wide-ranging coverage across the subject area. It promotes studies that aim at the unification of the theoretical-quantitative and the empirical-quantitative approaches to economic problems and that are penetrated by constructive and rigorous thinking...