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International Review of Economics Education (IREE)

An international peer-reviewed journal that promotes research into effective learning and teaching in economics in higher education

The journal

The International Review of Economics Education is published three times per calendar year by Elsevier. It was originally published by the Economics Network, which continues to maintain strong links with IREE and its editors.

ISSN: 1477-3880

Best paper award

We are pleased to be able to announce that the International Review of Economics Education Best Paper Award for 2020 has been awarded to Julien Picault for his paper on ‘The economic instructor’s toolbox’ published in volume 30. The prize will be awarded formally at a later date.
-David McCausland, Editor in Chief

Special issue

The theme of the next special issue will be "Online teaching, learning and assessment in economics"

Follow IREE on Twitter for updates from the editors (@IREE_Journal).


  • Editor-in-Chief: David McCausland (University of Aberdeen)
  • Sarah B. Cosgrove (University of Massachusetts Dartmouth)
  • Steven Proud (University of Bristol)
  • Jadrian Wooten (Pennsylvania State University)

IREE via RePEc (Research Papers in Economics)

IREE papers are listed in the RePEc (Research Papers in Economics) database. This means they are listed on many online services for economists, for example:

If you are an IREE author, you can register as an author with RePEc and attach your articles to a personal profile which is visible to other researchers. This is a volunteer service and entirely free.

Past issues on this site

The journal was published electronically twice a year by the Economics Network between 2003 and 2013


Computers in Higher Education Economics Review was published by the Economics Network until 2011, when it was incorporated into IREE. Issues of CHEER up to 2008 are archived on this site

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