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The primary focus of institutional economics is on the evolution of institutional processes of providing the material means of life. Early twentieth-century founders of institutional thought include Thorstein B. Veblen and John R. Commons, followed by Wesley C. Mitchell, Clarence Ayres, Walton H. Hamilton, and others. These scholars laid initial groundwork for analytically relevant and empirically grounded inquiry in political economy.
The Association for Evolutionary Economics (AFEE) is an organization of institutional economists with members throughout the United States, Canada, Latin America, Western Europe, and Asia. The Association sponsors the publication of the quarterly JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC ISSUES. The JEI serves as the primary international publishing outlet for scholarly articles with foundations in original institutional economics. Papers that apply institutional analysis to current and ongoing economic issues of social provisioning processes are welcome. The potential spectrum of topics is broad including public policy, economic development, environmental and ecological issues, education policy, economic stabilization, labor relations, monetary management, and other topics. Papers that advance institutional theory and methodology are also welcome and interdisciplinary work is encouraged.
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