JEEHJournal of European Economic History
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Other journals might appropriately been considered, such as the venerable Journal des Economistes et des Etudes Humaines (JEEH), the Cato Journal, Critical Review, Public Choice, Constitutional Political Economy, Studies in Emergent Order, and the Journal of Private Enterprise However, what this would have gained in inclusiveness would impose a cost in that not all (and perhaps not even the majority of) articles published in some of these journals are representative of the Austrian school or written in the Austrian tradition In addition, the sample would also have been skewed by the emphasis certain of these journals have on particular fields, such as policy analysis, public choice, or law and economics.
1400-1700," JEEH 8 (1979): 363, 371-72, 396-403; idem, "The Volume of European Spice Imports at the Beginning and End of the Fifteenth Century," JEEH 15 (1986): 632-33.