The Japanese Political Economy is rejuvenated and renewed with a new editor, new co-editors and a new, international editorial board. It continues Japanese Economic Studies; a leading journal published continuously since 1972, that was known as Japanese Economy, from 1997 to 2013.
The Japanese Political Economy seeks to publish a wide range of scholarship that draws from multiple theoretical, empirical and methodological perspectives. This journal will be a resource for scholars, students, policymakers and practitioners who seek to better understand the contemporary and historical, transnational and internal processes of social and economic change in Japan, Asia and the world.
Please read the journal’s Aims & Scope before submitting.
The Japanese Political Economy is now inviting submissions on following issues:
- Broader economic theories (including Political economy, Marxian, Heterodox, Keynesian, Evolutionary, Institutional, Developmental, and Feminist Economics).
- Historical analyses of capitalism (including stages of capitalist development, analyses of world system changes).
- Theoretical and empirical explorations of current political-economic issues, including studies of Japan and the global and Asian economies (such as crisis, financial instability, socialism, gender, environment and climate change, poverty and income inequality, unemployment, an ageing population, industrialisation of Asia).
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- Increase your opportunities for future collaboration
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The Japanese Political Economy welcomes the submission of manuscripts limited to 8,000 words and research notes by young scholars limited to 4,000 words. Please visit our Instructions for Authors page for full details on preparing your research for submission.
- Editor: Nobuharu Yokokawa, Musashi University (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The Third Japanese Political Economy Workshop with Professor Saskia Sassen will be held at Musashi University (Toyotama-kami 1-26-1, Nerima-Ku, Tokyo) at 15:00-18:00 on 15 October (Monday) 2018, Sixth floor Room 8604, Building 8. Her paper “The Global City: Enabling Economic Intermediation and Bearing Its Costs” is available from her website: http://www.saskiasassen.com/
15:00- 15:10 Introduction
15:20-16:20 Saskia Sassen “The Global City: Enabling Economic Intermediation and Bearing Its Costs”