During the 2002 General Assembly of the European Association of Comparative Economic Studies” (EACES) there was the decision to launch in 2004, in collaboration with LIUC University, a new electronic Journal:EJCE (the European Journal of Comparative Economics). EACES, a non-profit scientific association, was founded in Verona in 1990, and presently accounts for over 300 members from more than 30 different countries. Most members are from Western and Eastern Europe, but a consistent number of them come from the US, Japan and other non-European countries. Additional information on EACES is provided on the Association’s site http://www.eaces.org/ and in its electronic Newsletters.
EJCE is a refereed Journal. Its 85 referees are well known scholars, specialized in the different fields of comparative economic studies.
EJCE is provided, free of charge, to all the people interested in its contents, who will visit the site of the new Electronic Journal. In 2004 there will be the first two issues. The first issue is scheduled in Spring, the second one in Autumn.