- rigorous economic research;
- pluralism in the approaches to economic analysis;
- openness in the procedures and processes;
- inclusivity of access; and
- ethical behaviour.
The World Economic Review (WER) publishes articles in all branches, methods, and paradigmatic approaches of economics except those related to the history of economic thought, philosophy and methodology for which the WEA has Economic Thought. Articles with a multidisciplinary content are welcome.
Economic Thought publishes articles in the areas of: history of economic thought, economic history, methodology of economics and philosophy of economics.
The Real World Economic Review will continue to address current economic issues with a focus on timeliness. There is no formal peer-review process for this journal. Many articles are written upon invitation by the editor.