American Journal of Economics and Sociology


American Journal of Economics and Sociology

Publisher: Blackwell Publishing

The American Journal of Economics and Sociology (AJES) was founded in
1941, with support from the Robert Schalkenbach Foundation, to provide a
forum for continuing discussion of issues raised and emphasized by the
American political economist, social philosopher, and activist, Henry
George (1839-1897).

AJES has a long and distinguished history of publishing papers in the
history of economic and social thought. Today, the exciting and
unrelenting encounters between sociology and economics are a natural
subject to explore, and AJES continues to publish carefully crafted
essays in the social sciences that represent interesting analysis with
an eye toward assisting both practitioners and academicians to better
understand the world in which we live.

Each year AJES issues a special supplementary issue to all subscribers
containing an important and interesting monograph in an ongoing series
entitled Studies in Social Reform and Economic Justice. In addition,
each year one issue is entirely devoted to an important thematic topic
and scholars are invited to contribute from all around the world.

Print ISSN: 0002-9246
Online ISSN: 1536-7150

Professor Laurence S. Moss
Economics Department
Babson College
Mustard Hall
Babson Park, MA 02457

Content available by subscription. Free sample issue available online.


Current Issue: Volume 63: Issue 2, April 2004

Date: 20 May 2004

Original posting date: 
Thursday, May 20, 2004
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