History of Economic Ideas
History of Economic Ideas rejects the dichotomy between "analysis" and "culture": both aspects are of equal importance for a wider understanding of the subject. In a period such as our own, where paradigms which once seemed unshakeable are now being challenged, a multidisciplinary analysis of the historical development of economics might contribute to shedding light on the issues at the root of current debate. Besides essays and critical surveys, the journal includes archive material and reviews of new books on history of economics.
History of Economic Ideas is double-blind peer review.
Abstracting and Indexing
History of Economic Ideas has been included in the 2012 Journal of Citation Report issued by the Institute of Scientific Information (Thomson ISI), and it is indexed in the Social Science Citation Index (Impact factor = 0.118).
History of Economic Ideas is also indexed and abstracted in Scopus (Elsevier) and in Current Contents/Arts & Humanities, Arts & Humanities Citation Index. The eContent is Archived with Clockss and Portico.