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Bridging between theoretical and empirical studies
International outreach of the journal
Prestigious editorial board
Interdisciplinary outlook on the subject matter
Wide range of topics
Objective The main objectives of Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy (PEPS) are: - to further research in Peace Science and Peace Economics, - to expose the scholarly community to innovative peace-related research, - to disseminate the study of peace economics to a wider audience.
PEPS accepts both theoretical and empirical contributions to the fields of Peace Economics and Peace Science. In line with Peace Science tradition, PEPS welcomes contributions from an interdisciplinary community of scholars from a variety of disciplines including economics, political science, regional science, mathematics, and history, among others.
Given the fact that the journal is online, authors are not asked to limit themselves to a set word or page count for full-length papers. In order to improve scientific communication within the field of Peace Science and Peace Economics, the journal also publishes “Letters,” to provide accounts of new original research. Letters generally do not exceed 2,500 words in length, exclusive of equations, graphs, and figures. Letters can concern either theoretical or applied work, and will be subject to the peer-review process. In order to make a decision in a short time reviewers are asked to give an “accept/reject” evaluation, without further comments.
Topics The journal publishes papers covering a wide range of topics with the common theme of peace and conflict analysis, including:
Alliances and games
Game and related theory
General equilibrium models of conflict and conflict management
Economic policies to cope with actual and potential conflicts
Mathematical approaches to conflict management
Mathematical models of arms races and wars
Studies on the causes of wars and political violence
The impact of conflicts and violence on welfare
Public policy aspects of both war-torn and post-conflict societies
Arms control, government spending and International Security
Trade wars and international economic sanctions
Article formats PEPS publishes both full-length papers and shorter “Letters.”
Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy was founded in 1997 by Walter Isard, Professor Emeritus of Economics and Regional Science at Cornell University, and widely recognized as a founding father of Peace Science studies. Today, the journal is edited by Raul Caruso of the Institute of Economic Policy of the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart.
Four issues/year Content available since 1993 (Volume 1, Issue 1) ISSN: 1554-8597
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Associate Editors Kaisa Hinkkainen Elliott, University of York, Subhasish Modak Chowdhury, University of Bath Enzo Nussio, ETH Zurich
Founding Editor *Walter Isard, Cornell University, USA
Editorial Board *Kenneth Arrow, Stanford University, USA Jean-Paul Azam, Toulouse School of Economics, France Iwan Azis, Cornell University, USA S. Brock Blomberg, Claremont Mckenna College, USA Vinvenzo Bove, University of Warwick, UK Raymond Dacey, University of Idaho, USA John P. Dunne, University of Cape Town, South Africa *Michael D. Intriligator, University of California, Los Angeles, USA Arzu Kibris, University of Warwick, UK D. Marc Kilgour, Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada Esteban Klor, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel Christos Kollias, University of Thessaly, Greece Urs Luterbacher, Graduate Institute of International Studies Geneva, Switzerland Johannes Münster, University of Cologne, Germany Mansoob Murshed, ISS/Erasmus University and Coventry University, Netherlands and the University of Birmingham, UK Solomon Polachek, Binghamton University, USA Marta Reynal-Querol, Pompeu Fabra University, Spain Roberto Ricciuti, University of Verona, Italy *Thomas C. Schelling, University of Maryland, USA Petros Sekeris, Montpellier Business School, France Carlos Seiglie, Rutgers University, USA Anja Shortland, King’s College London, UK Stergios Skaperdas, University of California, Irvine, USA Juan Fernando Vargas, Del Rosario University, Columbia Marijke Verpoorten, University of Antwerp, Sweden