Sources include the Quarterly Journal of Economics, Journal of Public Economics, Journal of Economic Literature, and American Economic Review, among others.
What does JEL stand for?
JEL stands for Journal of Economic Literature
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We have 18 other meanings of JEL in our Acronym Attic
- Japan Education Institute for Seamen
- JR (Japan Railways) East Japan Information Systems Company (est. 1989)
- Journal of European Industrial Training
- Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association (merger of JEIDA and EIAJ)
- James Earl Jones (actor)
- Japana Esperanto Junularo (Esperanto: Japanese Esperanto Youth; est. 1992)
- Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology
- Junularo Esperantista Kanada (Esperanto: Canadian Esperanto Youth)
- Jeder Kann Mitmachen
- Joint Electronic Library
- Journal of Environmental Law (legal publication)
- Journées d'Études Linguistiques de Nantes (Nantes Conference in Linguistics)
- Just Eliminate Lies (anti-tobacco company organization)
- Just Enough to Lose (Bush's Iraq escalation plan)
- Japan Education Law Association
- Jean Lafitte National Historic Park and Preserve (US National Park Service)
- Joint Enterprise Level Agreement (Cisco)
- Judiciary, Executive and Legislative Advisory and Consultative (Phillipines)
- Japan Evangelical Lutheran Church
- Java Education and Learning Community
Samples in periodicals archive:
In a recent article entitled "The Causal Effects of Parents' Schooling on Children's Schooling: A Comparison of Estimation Methods" published by the American Economic Association in its September 2011 issue of the Journal of Economic Literature, Helena Holmlund, Mikael Lindahl, and Erik Plug conduct a rigorous comparison of the various methods used by researchers in their attempts to solve this perplexing problem.
In a crushing indictment published in the Journal of Economic Literature in 1991, the Commission expressed its fear that 'graduate programs may be turning out a generation with too many idiot savants skilled in technique but innocent of real economic issues.
According to the Journal of Economic Literature, a 33 per cent increase in private sector lending results in a one per cent growth in the gross domestic product (GDP).
Journal Ranking Methodology and Results To construct our teaching-focused research ranking of economics journals, departments, and faculty we examined published articles that list one or more of the economic education classification codes from the Journal of Economic Literature (hereafter, JEL): A200-A290.
Journal of Economic Literature (September): 788-829.
NEOPHYTE AND EXPERT SCHOLARSHIP: 1990-1995 Beginning in 1991, the Journal of Economic Literature (JEL) revised its long-standing classification scheme for economic research.
Journal of Economic Literature, 33(4), 1995, 1966-71.