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Economic Development Quarterly

The Journal of American Economic Revitalization

Editors:
W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research
W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research
Cleveland State University
 

Published in cooperation with the W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research

Founded in partnership with the Levin College of Urban Affairs at Cleveland State University

2013 Impact Factor: 0.510
2013 Ranking: 229/332 in Economics | 48/55 in Planning & Development | 31/38 in Urban Studies
Source: 2013 Journal Citation Reports ® (Thomson Reuters, 2014)

Economic development—jobs, income, and community prosperity—is a continuing challenge to modern society. To meet this challenge, economic developers must use imagination and common sense, coupled with the tools of public and private finance, politics, planning, micro- and macroeconomics, engineering, and real estate. In short, the art of economic development must be supported by the science of research. And only one journal—Economic Development Quarterly: The Journal of American Economic Revitalization (EDQ)—effectively bridges the gap between academics, policymakers, and practitioners and links the various economic development communities.

The journal is basically geared to North American economic development and revitalization. However, international perspective is welcome and encouraged. EDQ will consider studies of economic development in other countries if the article makes clear its relevance to the U.S. context. Relevance to the U.S. context is not established by adding on a short section at the end; it must be integral to the article.

Comprehensive Approach
Featuring timely, relevant, and practical essays, EDQ presents today’s most pivotal issues and details the programs and policies affecting development at every level. Regular areas of study include

  • Economic Development Policy & Practice
  • Labor Economics & Workforce Development Policy
  • Economic Development Finance & Incentives
  • Urban & Regional Economics
  • Economic Development Theory
  • Location Theory
  • Methodology
  • Globalization & Foreign Trade
  • Industry Studies
  • Institutional Roles: Economic, Political, Legal, Social
  • New Growth Theory
  • Quality of Life
  • Sustainable Development
  • Community Development

Extensive Coverage
EDQ presents research and opinion in an articulate and readable manner. Each issue of the journal offers up to six sections to provide extensive coverage of American economic issues:
Research and Practice

  • Research Notes
  • Commentary
  • Forum
  • Review Essays
  • Book Reviews

 

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Frequency: Not Yet Specified eISSN: 1552-3543 ISSN: 0891-2424
Months of Distribution: February , May , August , November Current Volume: 28 Current Issue: 3
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