Welcome to The Review of Economic Studies

The Review was founded in 1933 by a group of young British and American Economists. It is published by The Review of Economic Studies Ltd, whose objective is to encourage research in theoretical and applied economics, especially by young economists, and to publish the results in the Journal. The Review of Economic Studies is essential reading for economists. It is one of the core economics journals, consistently ranking among the top five titles.


With effect from 1st July 2022, a page limit policy applies to all submissions. Papers should be under 45 pages. Online appendices should not exceed 30 pages. More details here.

We are very excited to announce that Noam Yuchtman has been appointed Joint Managing Editor with effect from 1st September 2022.

The REStud North American Tour 2022 will take place on 17th – 21st October 2022. More details here.
The REStud Tour 2022 took place on 9th – 17th May 2022. More details here.
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At the end of 2021, we extend our gratitude to Pedro Bordalo, Alessandro Gavazza, Christian Hellwig, and Guy Michaels, who stepped down from the Editorial Board, to Nagore Iriberri and Mirko Wiederholt, who stepped down as Director and Board Member, and to Andres Santos who stepped down as Foreign Editor. We welcome Teodora Boneva, Jan De Loecker, Pia Pinger, Mar Reguant, Federica Romei, and Florian Zimmerman to join the Editorial Board, and Emily Breza to join as Foreign Editor on 1st January 2022. We also congratulate Monica Martinez-Bravo and Maria Petrova on their appointment as Director with effect from 1st January 2022.
The inaugural Restud North American Tour took place in October 2021, hosted by UCSD, the University of Chicago, and UPenn.
To gauge the potential impact of COVID-19 specifically on the productivity of women, we analysed data on first and follow-up submissions to the Review. The analysis can be found here.

Recently accepted papers

Hazed and Confused: The Effect of Air Pollution on Dementia

“Since You’re So Rich, You Must Be Really Smart”: Talent, Rent Sharing, and the Finance Wage Premium

Learning from Neighbors about a Changing State

Robots, Trade, and Luddism: A Sufficient Statistic Approach to Optimal Technology Regulation

IQ, Expectations, and Choice

More accepted papers »

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