Following a session organized last year at the 2014 Boston Eastern Economic Association conferences by Steve Pressman, I compiled a list of suggestions and advice, in consultation with 13 other editors representing 12 heterodox economic journals, on how to maximize your chances of getting published and on how to deal with journal editors. [Download the document]
While aimed at all scholars, we hope this will be useful to doctoral students and younger faculty members.
Associate Professor – Laurentian University
Founding co-editor – Review of Keynesian Economics
Co-editor – New Directions in Post-Keynesian Economics – an Edward Elgar book series
INET grantee – The Political Economy of the New Fiscalism