Journal of Demographic Economics (JODE) is a peer-reviewed academic journal at the intersection of demography and economics. It is published by Cambridge University Press and edited by the Institute of Economic and Social Research of the UCLouvain. The Journal of Demographic Economics publishes four issues a year.
Journal of Demographic Economics (JODE)
The Journal of the Demographic Economics (JODE) welcomes both empirical and theoretical papers on issues relevant to Demographic Economics with a preference for combining abstract economic or demographic models together with data to highlight major mechanisms of the interplay between demographics and economics. JODE intends to be the premier demography & economics outlet for empirical contributions that are firmly grounded in theory as well as theoretical papers that are motivated by empirical regularities and findings.
The editor-in-Chief of JODE is David de la Croix (UClouvain) and Murat Iyigun (University of Colorado at Boulder) is the Co-Editor.
According to the Journal Citation Reports, JODE has an impact factor of 1.026 in 2017.