Publish Your Original Economics Article on INOMICS.com
Prizes & contests
At INOMICS we aim to support economists, their studies, and their careers.
We invite economists (particularly postgraduates working in economics related jobs, PhD candidates, or recent PhD graduates) to submit an original article to INOMICS. Accepted articles may be published online on the INOMICS Blog, in the INOMICS Advice Section, or in our annual Handbook.
Our Goals for Your Submission:
- You are able to build your portfolio, and develop your reputation among the thousands of readers who use INOMICS, without going through an arduous journal publishing process.
- You add to the library of interesting and helpful INOMICS content; readers benefit from learning about your work and study experiences, evaluation of economics issues, research interests, etc.
- Advice for PhD candidates about a specific topic (managing relationships, getting published, etc.)
- A “day in the life” of your work as an early-career economist; what skills or tools are most useful, what projects or topics do you get to work on, pros and cons of your position, etc.
- A retrospective analysis of an economic event in history; what happened, why, and how did it reinforce or change economic thought?
- The most notable economics research contribution in 2021
- Raise awareness about your discipline’s research and its importance to a non-journal audience, also as an example for others considering which direction to focus their research
- Economists in Profile - choose an economist (female economists are particularly encouraged) and describe how their contributions have shaped economics
- Any similar topic related to economic analysis, economics careers, teaching, learning or researching - suggestions welcome!
- Articles must be written in English
- Articles should be 900-1400 words
- Use a conversational but intelligent style - short introduction and conclusion, relatively short sentences, discursive but intelligent tone (imagine you are speaking to a junior economist colleague or student at lunch hour).
- Additionally, please send a description of yourself and your academic and/or career credentials, no longer than 300 words, including a photo and a mention of your affiliated institution or your job title.
Please Note: We do not publish academic research. However, an article that describes your research and its importance to an audience of early-career economists and economics students is encouraged.
Please send complete article drafts to: email@example.com.
- Articles that match these submission guidelines will be reviewed by a member of the INOMICS editorial board.
- If your article is of sufficient quality and adds to our content, we will contact you with initial edits, and begin the editing process with a member of our team. This may entail several rounds of edits.
- The final draft will be reviewed by another member of our editing team, and any last changes will be communicated with the author.
- The article will be published on INOMICS, and you will be able to share it across your own channels as long as they are linked to the article’s “home” on INOMICS.
- Finally, contributors whose articles are published will receive a profile page on INOMICS and will have the opportunity to submit further articles for publication on INOMICS in the future.
Authors whose articles are accepted for publication will receive a profile page on INOMICS and will have the opportunity to submit further articles for publication on INOMICS in the future.
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Terms of Submission:
- By sending your submission, you guarantee that the submitted article has not been published in part or in full elsewhere.
- By sending your submission you agree that INOMICS may publish your article in-part or in-full, or publish an excerpt of your article in a larger content piece (for example a collection of opinions).
- If your article is published in-full by INOMICS, you agree that in the event that you share or publish the article elsewhere, you will refer/link to INOMICS as the original location of publication. You guarantee that you are the sole author(s) and need no further permission from other co-authors, employers or funding bodies in order to grant copyright of the article to INOMICS.