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In order to submit a paper to JEEA you must be a member of the European Economic Association. The yearly membership fee gives you full online access to JEEA.

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Once a member, you can submit your paper from the members only section of the EEA website. Please log in on the right-hand side of this page.  Once logged in, please click on the link 'Submit a paper to JEEA' that will appear.

For Information
• Papers should be submitted electronically (pdf format only).
• On receipt of the paper, a confirmation e-mail will be sent automatically within seconds. The submission is not complete if the confirmation e-mail has not been received.
• Papers should be in English.
• For JEEA style guidelines, please click here.

[If you are a LaTeX user please format your manuscript using these instructions, jeea.cls.]
 

To view the JEEA Disclosure Policy, please visit here

 

SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL & DATA POLICY

1. Supplementary Material
Supplementary material that is not essential for inclusion in the main text of the manuscript, but would nevertheless benefit the reader, can be placed in Online Appendices, and linked from the manuscript. The material should not be essential to comprehension of the article, but should be relevant to the article content. This includes all replication materials.

Data files that are less than 100 MB can be supplied as a zip disc. If your data are 100MB or larger, please deposit them in a public repository that assigns a permanent URL(DOI) or accession number and send JEEA the details. Make sure that the URL name contains information that clearly identifies the authors and manuscript name.

Further information on depositories that authors might consider are here:
https://social-science-data-editors.github.io/guidance/Requested_information_hosting.html
http://replication.uni-goettingen.de/wiki/index.php/Useful_tools
Supplementary material cannot be altered or replaced after the paper has been accepted, and will not be edited. Please ensure that supplementary material is referred to in the main manuscript where necessary, for example as, “Supplementary material” or, “see Online Appendix Figure 1”. All elements in the Appendix or online appendix should be labeled with A, B, etc.

 

2. Data Availability Policy
Please read this section carefully as we are unable to enter submissions which do not comply with our policy on data into the editorial process.

JEEA will publish papers only if any data used in the analysis are clearly and precisely documented and are readily available to any researcher for purposes of replication. Authors of accepted papers which contain empirical work, simulations, or experimental work, must provide to JEEA, prior to publication, the data, programs, and other details of the computations sufficient to permit replication. These will be posted on the JEEA web site.

Below, we provide more details on what should be submitted as part of replication materials for empirical and experimental papers. In general, however, all code necessary to re-produce the tables and figures in papers as well as in the supplementary materials should be provided. This includes code used to run simulations or Monte Carlo studies. We encourage authors to set a seed so the exact numbers that are reported can be obtained).
Authors are expected to cooperate with investigators seeking to conduct a replication, although replicators are also expected to be able to use all materials provided independently.


3. Empirical Papers
For empirical, econometric and simulation papers, authors should provide at least:

  • A description of the purpose of each data set and program.
  • The data set(s) and programs used to run the final estimation. The data files can be provided in any standard format. Programs can be written in any standard programming language (including higher-level languages).
  • A description of how previous intermediate data sets and programs were employed to create the final data set(s).
  • All description files should be provided in PDF format. Include a ReadMe file specifying the manuscript name, authors, folders, filenames and their purpose (e.g., in order to produce Table 4 in the main text).

 

4. Experimental Papers:

We expect authors of experimental articles to supply the following materials:

  • The design of the experiment. Suggested information to provide in a design summary includes: (i) The subject pool and recruiting procedures; (ii) when and where experiments were conducted (manually, online etc.); (iii) procedures to test for comprehension before the experiment (e.g. practice trials, quizzes etc.); (iv) matching procedures, especially for game theory experiments; (v) subject payments, including whether artificial currency was used, the exchange rate, show-up fees, average earnings, lotteries; (vi) the number of subjects in each session; (vii) how long a typical session lasted, and how much of that time was instructional; (viii) any use of deception and/or any instructional inaccuracies.
  • The instructions given to the subjects should be summarized as part of the discussion on design, and also provided in full as part of the Supplementary Material at the time of submission. The instructions and design summary should enable another researcher to be able to replicate the experiment protocols.
  • If any accompanying materials, such as experimental instructions, are not written in English, then a translation should be provided, together with the experimental instructions in the original language.
  • A description of the purpose of each data set and program.
  • Any computer programs or scripts used to run the experiment and/or to analyse the data.
  • The raw data from the experiment, with sufficient explanation to make it possible to use the submitted computer programs to replicate the data analysis.
  • All description files should be provided in PDF format. Include a ReadMe file specifying the manuscript name, authors, folders, filenames and their purpose (e.g., in order to produce Table 4 in the main text).

 

5. Exemptions
Requests for an exemption from providing the Supplementary Materials described, or for restricting their usage, should be stated clearly when the paper is first submitted for review. The cover letter should notify the Co-editors if the requirements above cannot be met. It will be at the editors’ discretion whether the paper can then be reviewed. Exceptions will not be considered later in the review and publication process.

 

6. Proprietary Data
We will consider papers based on proprietary data. If a request for an exemption to the above policy is made based on data being proprietary, authors should inform the co-editors if the data can be accessed or obtained in some other way by independent researchers for purposes of replication. Authors are also asked to provide information on how the proprietary data can be obtained by others in their Readme PDF file. A copy of all other Supplementary Materials (code etc. used produce the final results) is still required, as described above.

 

7. Pre-registration
JEEA encourages authors of papers that use RCTs to register their experiments (whether their experiment is based in the lab or the field).  Registration of RCTs is not mandatory. Registration is free. If you choose to register, please acknowledge registration in the acknowledgement footnote, including the registration number.

 

 


 

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