Annals of Economics and Statistics

The Annals of Economics and Statistics was created in 1969 by Edmond Malinvaud, then director of INSEE (the French National Statistical Institute), under the name Annales de l’INSEE, to publish the research work of INSEE economists. As early as the 1970s, the Annales de l’Insee published articles written by academic economists and econometricians who later became prominent figures in the profession (Olivier Blanchard, Gary Chamberlain, Zvi Griliches, James Heckman, Paul Krugman, Marc Nerlove, to name just a few).

Coverage: 2009-2016 (No. 93/94 - No. 123/124)
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ISSN: 21154430
EISSN: 19683863
Subjects: Business & Economics, Economics, Mathematics, Science & Mathematics, Statistics
Collections: Arts & Sciences VII Collection, Business & Economics Collection, Business II Collection, JSTOR Essential Collection, Mathematics & Statistics Collection