CES thanks outgoing Editors Paul Wachtel and Josef Brada
As 2018 begins, we would like to welcome Prof Nauro Campos into his role as new Editor for Comparative Economic Studies, and to extend our sincere thanks to the outgoing Editors, Paul Wachtel and Josef Brada. We are extremely grateful for their exceptional work on the journal, and their commitment to publishing the highest standard of research. We wish them farewell and the very best in their future endeavours!
Our new online submission system is now live!
We are pleased to announce that our new online submission system for Comparative Economic Studies is live! The link for the new system, called Editorial Manager, is https://www.editorialmanager.com/jces/
Got a new paper for submission?
Prospective authors should submit their manuscript to Editorial Manager for consideration.
Got a revised 2017 manuscript for re-submission following review comments?
Please submit your revised submission to the previous submission system, EJP, as per the instructions you will have previously received. Your paper will be handled through the previous submission system until an editorial decision has been made.
Our online submission system is changing from 2nd January!
We are pleased to announce that on 2nd January, the editorial submission and review process for Comparative Economic Studies will move to Editorial Manager, away from the current submission system, EJP. As of 2nd January, prospective authors will no longer be able to submit their manuscript to EJP for consideration. Instead they should submit via Editorial Manager, details of which will be posted in due course. Manuscripts already submitted and sent for review prior to 2nd January will be handled in the current system, EJP, until an editorial decision is reached.
Got a paper already under consideration in Comparative Economic Studies?
You don’t need to take any action. Your paper will be handled through the current submission system until an editorial decision has been made.
Reviewing a Comparative Economic Studies paper currently?
Please submit your review to the current submission system, EJP, as per the instructions you will have previously received.
Thinking about submitting a new paper soon?
We would encourage you to wait for the 2nd January, when the new system is live, and submit your manuscript there.
Comparative Economic Studies welcomes incoming Editor, Nauro Campos
We are delighted to announce the appointment of Professor Nauro Campos (Brunel University London) as the incoming Editor of Comparative Economic Studies (CES) from 2018. Prof Campos will be taking over editorship of the journal from Profs Paul Wachtel and Josef Brada, who will be stepping down as Editors at the end of 2017.
Prof Campos is currently Professor of Economics at Brunel University London and Research Professor at ETH-Zürich. His main research interests include political economy and European integration. Please join us in wholeheartedly welcoming him to the journal!
Comparative Economic Studies selected for the Clarivate Analytics Emerging Sources Citation Index!
We are delighted to announce that Comparative Economic Studies will now be indexed in Clarivate Analytics Web of Science Core Collection, in the Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI).
This index, which launched in 2015, extends the publications discoverable in Clarivate Analytics’ Web of Science Core Collection to include high-quality, peer-reviewed publications in emerging research fields and of regional importance. CES’s inclusion will mean greater discoverability for the journal and allows for real-time insight into the citation performance.
We would like to congratulate the editorial team on this fantastic news and thank them for all of their excellent work!