Institutional Subscriptions to AEA Journals
|Subscription Options||Rates for 2015/2016|
$470 (to US address)
$595 (to non-US address)
|Print plus electronic site* license||
$940 (to US address)
$1065 (to non-US address)
Electronic site* license only
(Only available directly from AEA, no agency orders)
|$760 (to US & non-US)|
*Sites are defined as campuses within a six-mile radius, as well as authorized remote users accessing the online journals through the campus IP address. Remote campuses beyond a six-mile radius must purchase a separate subscription regardless of the location of the administration.
Note: AEA does NOT backstart subscriptions.
Payments must be made in advance. We accept checks (in US dollars only, with correct coding for processing in US banks) and credit cards; online, or by faxing or mailing the application. Please choose one method; it is the Association's policy NOT TO REFUND dues.
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Nashville, TN 37203
|Phone: (615) 322-2595
Fax: (615) 343-7590
The American Economic Association publications:
American Economic Review (AER) is among the nation’s oldest and most respected scholarly journals in the economics profession. Visit www.aeaweb.org/aer/.
Journal of Economic Literature (JEL) contains survey and review articles, book reviews, an annotated bibliography of newly published books, and more. Visit www.aeaweb.org/jel/.
Journal of Economic Perspectives (JEP) bridges a gap between the general interest press and most other academic economics journals. Visit www.aeaweb.org/jep/.
The American Economic Journals (AEJs) began publishing in 2009. All four journals are peer reviewed and include data appendices online. Visit www.aeaweb.org/aea_journals.php
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics (AEJ: AE)
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy (AEJ: EP)
American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics (AEJ: Mac)
American Economic Journal: Microeconomics (AEJ: Mic)
The American Economic Association (AEA) has been committed to maintaining low annual subscription prices for our journals. We do this by maintaining a large subscription base, and by keeping administrative costs very low. We accomplish the latter in part by requiring advanced payment in U.S. dollars for all orders, which eliminates costs of a credit department, bad debts, collections, and international money exchange. We do not offer discounts to agencies. The only invoices we provide are mailed directly to each subscriber. To further simplify distribution and reduce costs, all institutional subscriptions to AEA publications include the package of seven AEA journals (36 issues). The AEA journals are among the leading journals in economics, are among the most costly to produce, yet are sold at the lowest price per page among all economics journals (see Ted Bergstrom’s website: http://www.econ.ucsb.edu/~tedb/Journals/jpricing.html). Our American Economic Review (AER), now in its 100th year, was accessed by close to 4 million persons in 2008 through JSTOR, making it one of the top-five most popular journals on JSTOR.
Additional Information:Back Issue Information
Back issues are available for purchase; please see the Back Issues Order Form.
Institutional access is by IP authentication. IP address authentication is automatic. There is no need for administrators to login to view full text. Institutional administrators can view IP ranges, generate usage reports, and obtain other information by logging in to the administration site. Institutional Administrator's Login