Sources include Journal of Law and Society, Social Philosophy and Policy, Eastern Economic Journal, Fordham Law Review, and Iowa Law Review, among others.
What does EEJ stand for?
EEJ stands for Eastern Economic Journal
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See other definitions of EEJ
We have 4 other meanings of EEJ in our Acronym Attic
- Elementary Education Interest Section (Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages)
- Elevating Equipment Inspection Service (Roanoke, VA)
- End-To-End Information System (US NASA)
- Energy and Environment Information System (UN Industrial Development Organization)
- European Environmental Information System (EU)
- Edcouch Elsa Independent School District (Texas)
- Electrical Electronic Industry Training Ltd. (Australia)
- Entreprise Électricité Industrielle Tertiaire (French: Tertiary Industrial Electricity Company)
- Eco-Ethics International Union (Germany)
- Entropia Engine Image Viewer (software)
- École d'Escrime Japonaise (French: Japanese Fencing School)
- École de l'Enfant Jésus (French: School of the Child Jesus; Belgiqum)
- Effective Enterprise Java (book)
- Entertainment Employment Journal
- Environnement Économique et Juridique (French: Legal and Economic Environment)
- European Extra-Judicial Network (EU network to handle consumer complaints)
- Electroplating Engineers of Japan Ltd.
- Eastern European Jewish History (Yahoo! group/mailing list)
- Emma Eccles Jones Medical Research Building (Salt Lake City, UT)
- Ecumenical Eco-Justice Network (Illinois)
Samples in periodicals archive:
At the time I was a graduate student working on my doctoral dissertation, and Ingrid was Editor of the Eastern Economic Journal.
The Aggregate-Supply/Aggregate-Demand Model," Eastern Economic Journal, Vol.
While writing our paper, which was intended to extend the results of Paroush and Kahana  and others to the long run, it is unfortunate that we were unaware of the study of KP  published in the Eastern Economic Journal seven years earlier.