Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy
Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy aims to present high-quality research in a forum that is informative to a broad audience of agricultural and applied economists, including those both inside and outside academia, and those who are not specialists in the subject matter of the articles. You can learn more about the types of articles AEPP publishes by reading the AEPP Talking Points.
AEPP also provides a free interview podcast with each published issue, keeping you in touch with the latest research on your computer or on the go. All of the podcast episodes can be listened to within your web browser and/or available for download.
- 2015 Outstanding Applied Economic Perspectives & Policy Article Award:
Food Price Shocks and the Political Economy of Global Agricultural and Development Policy
Andrea Guariso, Mara Squicciarini, and Johan Swinnen
- 2014 Outstanding Applied Economic Perspectives & Policy Article Award:
Incentives for Innovation: Patents, Prizes, and Research Contracts
Matthew S. Clancy, and GianCarlo Moschini
- 2013 Outstanding Applied Economic Perspectives & Policy Article Award:
Long-term Care Financing in the United States: Sources and Institutions
Richard G. Frank
- 2012 Outstanding Applied Economic Perspectives & Policy Article Award
The Economics of Food Insecurity in the United States
Craig Gundersen, Brent Kreider, and John Pepper
Submitting to AEPP
You can learn more about submitting to AEPP by reading the Submitted Articles Instructions. If you have any questions about the type of manuscripts suitable for publication in AEPP, please contact Managing Editor Spiro Stefanou.
Electronic Access to AEPP
AAEA members receive free electronic access to AEPP through the My Account section. Non-members can learn more about the journal including how to subscribe to it through the Oxford University Press website. Electronic access through Oxford University Press includes archives of the journal through 1988.
Spiro Stefano (2012-2015)
Pennsylvania State University
Volumes 35–38 (2013–2016 issues)
Submitted Article Editors
Joan Costa i Font (2011-2014)
London School of Economics and Political Science
Volumes 34–37 (2012–2015 issues)
Terrance M. Hurley (2013-2016)
University of Minnesota
Volumes 36–39 (2014–2017 issues)