was published in the Canadian Journal of Economics in 2011.
What does CJE stand for?
CJE stands for Canadian Journal of Economics
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We have 27 other meanings of CJE in our Acronym Attic
- Canadian Journal of Development Studies
- Chicago Jewish Day School (Chicago, IL)
- Columbus Jewish Day School (New Albany, OH)
- Cecil Junior Dance Troupe (North East, MD)
- Christian-Jewish Dialogue of Toronto (Canada)
- Commission on Judicial Disabilities and Tenure (Washington, DC)
- Criminal Justice Drug Team (UK)
- Committee for Justice for Domingo and Viernes (Philippines)
- Cambridge Journal of Economics
- Campylobacter Jejuni
- Canadian Journal of Education
- Carrefour Jeunesse Emploi (Canadian youth employment firm)
- Cercle des Jeunes Entrepreneurs (French: Circle of Young Entrepreneurs)
- Certified Journalism Educator
- Chicago Jazz Ensemble (Chicago, IL)
- Club Jeep de l'Est (French: Jeep Club East; Canada)
- Club Junior-Entreprises (French: Junior Enterprise Club)
- Collège Jean-Eudes (Canadian private school)
- Contrat Jeunes en Entreprise (French: Youth Contract Company)
- Council for Jewish Elderly
Samples in periodicals archive:
His research has been sponsored by a variety of foundations as well as the National Bureau of Economic Research and the National Science Foundation and has been published in journals such as the Journal of Business Research, Journal of Urban Economic, Canadian Journal of Economics, and Journal of Developmental Economics.
University published a version of this result in the Canadian Journal of Economics in 1995, if anyone wants details.
The Canadian Journal of Economics provides advice to referees in which it states "The amount of time taken with a paper can vary enormously--anything from a couple of hours to a couple of days of full-time effort.
Their BEA working paper concluded that an approach suggested by Bin Xu and Jianmao Wang in "Capital Goods Trade and R&D Spillovers in the OECD," published in the Canadian Journal of Economics, might be the most appropriate trade-based methodology through which spillovers can be captured.
Canadian Journal of Economics 23, November, 839-855.
9625, April 2003, and, forthcoming, Canadian Journal of Economics, documents the rapidly rising trend in U.