The UCLA Undergraduate Journal of Economics is an academic journal managed by undergraduate economics students at the University of California, Los Angeles.
The journal seeks to motivate young economists to take on those significant issues at an earlier point in their career – while they are still at the undergraduate level. We believe that the field of economics will move forward at an order of magnitude faster if economists engage in original and significant research at an earlier point in their careers.
Why submit your paper:
- Looks great on resumes for graduate school
- Contribute to the global body of economic knowledge
- Stand out from other candidates applying for jobs in highly coveted fields such as consulting and investment banking
Each submission will be evaluated on the basis of its relevance to the field of economics and the strength of the paper’s argument
- Paper should have relevance to economics and should contribute to the volume of economic research.
- Please include an short abstract along with your paper
- All submissions should be in Microsoft Word (.doc or .docx) and should follow APA guidelines.
- Submitted draft of research should not have been published elsewhere.
The UCLA Undergraduate Journal of Economics has a blind review process. This means evaluators will not know the author’s name, university, or any other personal information.
Our journal requests the submission of exceptional empirical and theoretical research papers in the fields of economics, business and management, and public policy. The Spring submission deadline is May 15th, 2013. Please email submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org.