Academic journal article Review of Social Economy

A New Editorial Team for RoSE

Academic journal article Review of Social Economy

A New Editorial Team for RoSE

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In the 18 years that John Davis has single-handedly edited the Review of Social Economy (ROSE), the journal has not only maintained its prominent position as a heterodox economics journal of international renown, but has also strengthened its recognition and extended its scope. RoSE is in a healthy position as an outlet for the publication of cutting-edge articles. RoSE is an important asset to the association that supports it, the Association for Social Economics (ASE), and to the economics community generally. In large part this is due to John Davis' work--for which we, and the wider heterodox economics community, owe him tremendous gratitude and respect.

A new team of four editors has now been appointed by the executive council of the ASE to succeed John. As the new co-editors, we believe that RoSE can and should maintain its place as a journal where high quality research of theoretical, conceptual and empirical nature is welcomed. Theoretical articles published in the journal contribute to the broader field RoSE is a part of, while empirical ones may employ a variety of methods. For over sixty years RoSE has published papers on the many relationships between social values and economics. …

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