Journal of the Asia Pacific Economy
Journal of the Asia Pacific Economy
Journal Title: Journal of the Asia Pacific Economy
ISSN: 1354-7860
ISSN Online: 1469-9648
Publication Frequency: 4 issues per year
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Aim & Scope: 2013 Impact Factor: 0.173 Journal of the Asia Pacific Economy (JAPE) is concerned primarily with the developing economies within Pacific Asia and South Asia. It aims to promote greater understanding of the complex factors that have influenced and continue to shape the transformation of the diverse economies in this region. Studies on developed countries will be considered only if they have implications for the developing countries in the region.

JAPE’s editorial policy is to maintain a sound balance between theoretical and empirical studies. JAPE publishes research papers in economics but also welcomes papers that deal with economic issues using a multi-disciplinary approach. Submissions may range from overviews spanning the region or parts of it, to papers with a detailed focus on particular issues facing individual countries.

JAPE has a broad readership, which makes papers concerned with narrow and detailed technical matters inappropriate for inclusion. In addition, papers should not be simply one more application of a formal model or statistical technique used elsewhere. Authors should note that discussion of results must make sense intuitively, and relate to the institutional and historical context of the geographic area analyzed. We particularly ask authors to spell out the practical policy implications of their findings for governments and business.

In addition to articles, JAPE publishes short notes, comments and book reviews. From time to time, it also publishes special issues on matters of great importance to economies in the Asia Pacific area.

Peer Review Statement
All research articles in this journal have undergone rigorous peer review, based on initial editor screening and “anonymous double-blind" refereeing by two referees.
Subjects Covered & Scope: Area Studies; Asia Pacific Studies; Asian Studies; Economics; Economics, Finance, Business & Industry; Supplementary material
Editor Board:
Managing Editor:

Leong Liew -
Griffith University, Australia

Anis Chowdhury - UN Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific, Thailand
Yan Islam - International Labor Organization, Switzerland
Salim Rashid - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champagne, USA
Saroja Selvanatha - Griffith University, Australia
Book Review Editor:

Jayant Menon -  Asian Development Bank, Manila, Philippines
Editorial Assistant:
Maureen Todhunter - Griffith University, Australia
Editorial Board:
Abuzar Asra - Asian Development Bank, Manila, Philippines
Jonathan Batten - Hong Kong University of Science & Technology, Hong Kong
Jere Behrman - University of Pennsylvania, USA
Lisa Cameron - University of Melbourne, Australia
Paul Glewwe - University of Minnesota, USA
Hal Hill - Australian National University, Australia
Sisira Jayasuriya - Monash University, Australia
Jomo Kwame Sundaram - UN Food and Agricultural Organization, Italy
David Lim - Technological and Higher Education Institute, Hong Kong 
Joseph Lim - University of the Philippines
Mark McGillivray - Alfred Deakin Research Institute, Deakin University, Australia
Pasuk Phongpaichit - Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
Thee Kian Wie - Indonesian Institute of Sciences [LIPI], Indonesia
John Thoburn - University of East Anglia, UK
Gary Tian - University of Wollongong, Australia
Malcolm Treadgold - University of New England, Australia
Jun Zhang - Fudan University, China

International Advisory Board:

Raj Aggarwal - The University of Akron, USA
Kym Anderson - University of Adelaide, Australia
Ha-joon Chang - University of Adelaide, Australia
Anne Krueger - John Hopkins University, USA
Rolf Langhammer - Kiel Institute of World Economics, Germany
Lim Chong Yah - Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Andrew MacIntyre - Australian National University, Australia
Branko Milanovic - World Bank, Washington DC, USA
Mitsuaki Okabe - Keio University, Japan
Dwight Perkins - Harvard University, USA
Sungsup Ra - Korea University, South Korea
Paul Streeten - Boston University, USA
John Toye - Oxford University, UK

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