Mathematical and Statistical Economics serves as an outlet for important, high quality, new research in both theoretical and applied economics. We welcome submissions in pure and applied theory, where economic ideas are developed rigorously using formal mathematical and statistical expression.
The primary objective of the journal is to provide a forum for high quality research in economics and related studies, which expresses new ideas using formal mathematical and statistical reasoning. These ideas may pertain to any field of economics or any school of economic thought. The journal also considers work revisiting well-known ideas provided they are expressed and developed in a novel way.
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Editor-in-Chief: Pascal Stiefenhofer, University of Brighton, UK
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