History

The Portuguese Economic Journal (PEJ) was first published in 2002. The founding executive board was composed by Paulo Brito (ISEG of ULisboa), which was the chief-editor from 2002 to 2014, Pedro Pita Barros (NOVA SBE), Rodolphe dos Santos Ferreira (U. Strasbourg), Pedro Portugal (Bank of Portugal & NOVA SBE) and João Santos Silva (then at ISEG of ULisboa).

Previous Journals

PEJ is the descendant of a long line of economics journals published by ISEG of ULisboa, starting with the Revista do Instituto Superior do Comércio (1918 – 1931). It was later replaced by Economia e Finanças which ran from 1931 to 1973 under different subtitles, including Revista do Instituto Superior de Ciências Económicas e Financeiras from 1931 to 1933 and Anais do ISCEF from 1933 to 1972. In parallel, there was another journal in the post-WWII period (1948-1964) named Revista de Economia. Finally, there was Estudos de Economia from 1980 up to 2001.

Former Board Members

Former editors-in-chief
Paulo Brito (ISEG of ULisboa): 2000-2014

Former editors
Pedro Pita Barros (NOVA SBE): 2000-2008
Ana Rute Cardoso (IAE - CSIC and Barcelona GSE): 2013-2015
Isabel Horta Correia (B. Portugal and Católica-Lisbon SBE): 2011-2015
Francesco Franco (NOVA SBE): 2008-2011
Pedro Portugal (B. Portugal and NOVA SBE): 2000-2015
Rodolphe dos Santos Ferreira (U. Strasbourg): 2000-2008
João Santos Silva (U. Essex prev. ISEG of ULisboa): 2000-2015
Odd Rune Straume (U. Minho): 2008-2016

Former associate editors
Pedro Pita Barros (NOVA SBE): 2008-2015
Fernando Branco (Católica-Lisbon SBE): 2001-2015
Manuel Luís Costa (U. Porto): 2001-2015
Paulo Guimarães (B. Portugal and U. Porto prev. U. S. Carolina prev. U. Minho): 2001-2015
Steffen Hoernig (NOVA SBE): 2015-2016
Pedro de Lima (EIB and Sacred Heart U. prev. OECD): 2001-2015
José A. Ferreira Machado (NOVA SBE): 2001-2015
António Sampaio e Mello (WSB, U. Wisconsin-Madison): 2001-2015
Geert Ridder (U. S. California): 2001-2015
Pedro Santa-Clara (NOVA SBE prev. Anderson SM, UCLA): 2004-2015