He has published articles in the American Economic Review, the Journal of Political Economy, the RAND Journal of Economics, the Journal of Public Economics, the Journal of Law and Economics, the Geneva Risk and Insurance Review and, of course, the Journal of Risk and Insurance.
What does RJE stand for?
RJE stands for RAND Journal of Economics (Santa Monica, CA)
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- Reaction Jet Driver Aft (US NASA)
- Revue de Jurisprudence de Droit des Affaires (French: Court Review of Business Law)
- Regional Jet Defense Coalition
- Regional Juvenile Detention Center
- Rjackson Digital Consortium
- Reaction Jet Driver Forward (US NASA)
- Reginald J.P. Dawson Library (Canada)
- Richmond Jewish Day School (Canada)
- Randy James Dance Works (New Brunswick, NJ)
- R. Jelani Eddington (music production)
- Reform Jewish Educator (Reform Jewish Educator Title Granting Commission)
- Regenerated Junctional Epithelium (periodontology)
- Remote Job Entry
- Réseau des Jeunes Entreprises (French: Youth Business Network)
- Réseau Judiciaire Européen (French: European Judicial Network)
- Return Jump and Explode
- Revue Juridique de l'Environnement (French: Environmental Law Review)
- Romanian Journal of European Affairs (European Institute of Romania)
- Reaction Jet Engine Control
- Richmond Joint Engineers Council (Virginia)
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Syverson is an associate editor for the Journal of Economic Perspectives, RAND Journal of Economics, Management Science, Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, and Journal of Industrial Economics.
2006): "Competition in Two-Sided Markets," The RAND Journal of Economics, 37(3): 668-91.
Collusion and the Choice of Auction," The Rand Journal of Economics, vol.
His work has appeared in top-ranked journals, such as the American Economic Review, the Quarterly Journal of Economics, and the Rand Journal of Economics.
The articles originally appeared in journals that include the Journal of economic perspectives, Fiscal studies, Journal of public economics, and RAND journal of economics.
FARRELL, Joseph & SALONER, Garth (1985): "Standardization, Compatibility, and Innovation", RAND Journal of Economics, Vol.
He also lists Fisher's 1989 RAND Journal of Economics article "Gaines Economists Play," which criticizes post-Chicago theory.