European Journal of Government and Economics

The European Journal of Government and Economics (online ISSN: 2254-7088) is an international academic journal for peer reviewed research on all aspects of government and economics. EJGE is particularly interested in current issues regarding the interrelationship between the fields of government and economics, from the influence of government on the economy (economic policy) to economic explanations of government (public choice). It is also particularly interested in questions directly or indirectly related to Europe.

Contributions will be valued by the substantial relevance of their research questions as well as their originality. The latter may consist in the development of new models to explain existing data, the application of existing models to new data sets, or (ideally) a combination of both.



EJGE to remain indexed in more selective DOAJ


A reapplication for the European Journal of Government and Economics to remain indexed in DOAJ has been successful and you can see the updated and expanded entry on the DOAJ website.

Posted: 2016-10-29

EJGE accepted for listing in EconLit

We have just received a letter from the American Economic Association. The European Journal of Government and Economics has been evaluated and accepted for listing in EconLit.  
Posted: 2015-11-03

EJGE accepted for inclusion in Scopus

The European Journal of Government and Economics has been evaluated for inclusion in Scopus by the Content Selection & Advisory Board (CSAB). The review of this title is now complete and the CSAB has advised that the title will be accepted for inclusion in Scopus. For your information, the reviewer comments are copied below:

"Excellent, thoughtful, well-crafted papers on economics and governance in Europe. The citation profile fits the overall quality assessment, so this is a shoo-in. Welcome to Scopus."
Posted: 2015-10-21
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Vol 5, No 2 (2016)

Table of Contents


Diego Varela, Giacomo Benedetto, Jose Manuel Sanchez-Santos


Gonzalo Paz Pardo
Carlos Pateiro-Rodriguez, Javier Prado-Domínguez, Jesús Manuel García-Iglesias, José Manuel Barreiro-Viñán
Jan-Hinrik Meyer-Sahling, Barbara Janta, Iveta Reinholde, Christian van Stolk