ESA-announce Call for Papers: REE Volume on Experiments in Financial Economics
Call for Papers
New Research in Experimental Economics 2013 Volume on
Experiments in Financial Economics
For full consideration, please submit by:
March 1st, 2013
We are pleased to announce the 16th volume of Research in Experimental Economics (REE) with a focus on the fields of Experimental Finance and Financial Economics. REE is a series of edited, peer reviewed, research volumes first published in 1979 with founding editor Vernon L. Smith. We welcome submissions from laboratory and field researchers, as well as methodologists who explore the relationship between experimental methods, theory, and observational data.
It is a goal of REE to be a complement to traditional journals as outlets for experimental work. Research in Experimental Economics has the freedom to consider papers that may not be appropriate for traditional journals for a variety of reasons. Examples include: replication studies, research which requires longer manuscripts for presentation of data or analysis, and papers on methodological topics.
Why Research in Experimental Economics?
- We accept a wide range of articles, including: literature summaries, methodological manuscripts, replications, and studies with null and negative results.
- We publish complete manuscripts, which often include detailed methodological discussions, complete instructions, and full data appendices.
- We have fast turnaround and are aiming for a late 2013 publication date.
For full consideration, please submit a manuscript by March 1st, 2013. Manuscripts submitted after this date will be considered only as space permits. Submissions and inquires should be directed to:
Sean M. Collins (Fordham University)
113 W 60th St Rm 924, New York, NY 10023-7414
Currently, the senior editor is R. Mark Isaac (Florida State University), with eo-editors Douglas Norton and Sean Collins. Research in Experimental Economics is typically published every other year by Emerald Books.