In this issue (.pdf):
A Unit Root in Postwar U.S. Real GDP Still Cannot Be Rejected, and Yes, It Matters: David Cushman examines whether shocks are transitory, permanent, or some of each.
The political ideology of Industrial Relations: Using three metrics, Mitchell Langbert shows the left orientation of the field.
Eli Heckscher’s Ideological Migration Toward Market Liberalism: Benny Carlson explores the intellectual evolution of a great Swedish economist.
Glimpses of Adam Smith: Excerpts from the biography by Ian Simpson Ross.
Classical Liberalism in Econ, by Country: Authors from around the world tell us about their country’s culture of political economy, in particular the vitality of liberalism in the original political sense, historically and currently, with special attention to professional economics as practiced in academia, think tanks, and intellectual networks.
Young Back Choi and Yong Yoon:
Liberalism in Korea
Liberalism in Mexican Economic Thought, Past and Present
(All of the papers from this symposium, which has carried across multiple issues of EJW, are collected at this page.)
EJW thanks its referees and others who contribute to its mission.
David Cushman on Transitory and Permanent Shocks to GDP
Hugo Faria on Venezuela and Liberalism
Call for papers
EJW fosters open exchange. We welcome proposals and submissions of diverse viewpoints.
Call for papers for special issue: Government Propaganda Watch.