We hereby invite you to submit your manuscripts to the eleventh volume of the New School Economic Review. The deadline for submissions is January 31, 2021.Read more about General Call for Papers: Volume 11
We hereby invite you to submit your manuscripts to a special issue of the New School Economic Review (NSER) on the economics of climate change.
Potential topics include:
- Climate change, climate disasters and climate justice
- The macroeconomics and macroeconomic policies of climate change
- Sustainable growth and climate change
- Challenges of climate finance
- Competition, clean technologies, resource use, R&D, innovation policy and obstacles to phasing in renewable energy (eg.: fossil fuel oligopolies)
- New frontiers of public policy: green infrastructure, food and agriculture, development policy, green jobs, carbon taxation and trading, resource management, migration, etc
- The role of the private sector: incentives, extractive industries, forestry, ESG, green jobs, resources use management, water management, innovation, etc
- The global south and new challenges to development policy: industrial policy, commodities, finance strategies, and conservation
To provide students and faculty with the necessary time for reshaping their research into publishable material, the deadline for submitting manuscripts to the fall 2019 issue of the NSER has been extended to June 15th. Please submit your manuscript here.Read more about Fall 2019 Submission Deadline Extension
The New School Economic Review (NSER) invites the submission of proposals for thematic special issues, which normally comprise 5 to 10 research papers of maximum 6,000 words, in addition to possible policy notes or book reviews related to the theme.Read more about Call for Special Issue Proposal
NSER is interested in themes related to political economy, heterodox economics and critical perspectives on economics relevant to today’s economic, political, and academic environment. We encourage diversity of subject matter and writing style covering a wide range of topics in economics.