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What does QJEcon stand for?

QJEcon stands for Quarterly Journal of Economics (MIT Press)

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Many of the 23 papers in this collection have previously appeared in places such as The Quarterly Journal of Economics and Public Choice.
By having respondents make these tradeoffs for four different economic journals--AER, European Economic Review (EER), Quarterly Journal of Economics (QJE), and the Review of Economic Studies (RES)--we could also observe their preference-based ranking of journals and compare them to their impact-factor ranking.
Such has been proven in numerous studies, such as one conducted by Kahneman and Tversky, the results of which were published in a 1991 article2 in the Quarterly Journal of Economics.
Top Journals for Macromonetary Articles Number of Journals Articles American Economic Review 163 Journal of Political Economy 134 National Bureau of Economic Research 113 Journal of Monetary Economics 84 Quarterly Journal of Economics 78 Econometrica 65 Review of Economic Studies 62 Journal of Economic Theory 22 Quarterly Review (Minn.
2) American Economic Review (AER), Econometrica, Economic Journal (EJ), Journal of Political Economy (JPE), Quarterly Journal of Economics (QJE), Review of Economic Studies (REStud), and Review of Economics and Statistics (REStat).
According to a recent study of voter patterns between 1982 and 2000, published in the Quarterly Journal of Economics, whites who belong to the Republican and Democratic parties are less likely to vote for their parties' nominee if he or she is black--regardless of the candidate's track record and credentials.