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Journal of the History of Economic Thought
Continues History of Economics Society Bulletin (1979 - 1989)
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  • ISSN: 1053-8372 EISSN: 1469-9656
  • Editor: Stephen Meardon 9700 College Station|Brunswick, ME 04011-8497|UNITED STATES
  • Editorial board
The Journal of the History of Economic Thought (JHET) is the journal of the History of Economics Society. JHET is a quarterly, refereed journal and welcomes papers that reflect the full spectrum of scholarly analysis within the history of economic thought. The journal also features a regular book review section, which includes reviews by leading specialists.

The mission of JHET is to further the objectives of the History of Economics Society. These are to promote interest in and inquiry into the history of economics and related parts of intellectual history, facilitate communication and discourse among scholars working in the field of the history of economics, and disseminate knowledge about the history of economics.

JHET therefore encourages and makes available research in the fields of history of economic thought and the history of economic methodology. The work of many distinguished authors has been published in its pages. It is recognised as being a first class international scholarly publication. All articles are fully peer reviewed. The journal also features a regular book review section which includes reviews by leading specialists.

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