Journal of African Economies


The Journal of African Economies (JAE) is a vehicle to carry rigorous economic analysis, focused entirely on Africa, for Africans and anyone interested in the continent - be they consultants, policymakers, academics, traders, financiers, development agents or aid workers.


The JAE is published by Oxford University Press (OUP), managed at the CSAE, and has an international network of Managing and Associate Editors and referees.


Interested in Submitting? Visit our information for authors page for further details.

Read the latest issue online

Free Online Access for Developing Countries

OUP offers academic, research and educational institutions within
developing countries free (or greatly reduced) online access to JAE.

For further details see Oxford University Press Developing Countries Initiative.



JAE Supports the CSAE Fellows

The JAE supports the CSAE visiting fellowship programme which enables
researchers to visit Oxford and to spend time working on a publishable
journal article from their recent research, while attending seminars
and conferences with the CSAE research community.


Read the Special Issue Online

Read the Special Issue 'Economic Structure, Growth, and Evolution of
Inequality and Poverty in Africa' online.

You can also read Francis Teal's article about this Special Issue on the CSAE blog.



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