American Economic Review: Insights

  title={American Economic Review: Insights},
  author={Mark Bils and Serdar Birinci and Alessandro Bisin and Dag Bjorkegren and Pilar Lopera Blair and H. Blanco and Adam Blandin and Christopher Blattman and Joaquin Blaum and F. Bloch and Dworczak and Sebastian Dyrda and Alan O. Ebenstein and Markus Eberhardt and Simon Ebert and carsten. eckel and Florian Ederer and E. R. Edmonds and Jan Eeckhout and J{\"u}rgen Eichberger and Martin Eichenbaum and Mehmet Ekmekci and Matthew Elliott and Fowlie and K. Fox and Andrey Fradkin and Alexander Frankel and Sean Donothan Franklin and Tommaso Frattini and Nicolas Fr{\'e}meaux and Scott French and Steve Frenkel and Suzy Fried and Daniel Friedman and Beate Friedrich and Alexander Frug and Carola Frydman and William Fuchs and Shigeru Fujita and Don Fullerton and Davide Furceri and Andreas Fuster and Manolis Galenianos and Jordi Gal{\'i} and Simone Galperti and Sharat Ganapati and Gino Gancia and I. and Ganguli and Alejandro Jorge Ganimian and Andrew Garin and Robert J. Garlick and Andrea Garnero and D. Garrett and Charles R. Garthwaite and Pascal Gautier and François Geerolf and Nicola Gennaioli and Matthew Gentzkow and Suresh George and George Georgiadis and Donald F. M. Gerardi and Fabrizio Germano and Marco Giacoletti and Elisa Giannone},
  journal={AEA Papers and Proceedings},
The American Economic Review: Insights (AER: Insights) published its first issue in June 2019 and has published quarterly ever since, with eight papers per issue. This current report covers the period November 2019 through October 2020. During that time period, I worked with three excellent coeditors (Pete Klenow, Larry Samuelson, and Rohini Pande) and 17 excellent associate editors. We received almost 800 submissions (compared to about 600 over the same time period last year) and witnessed the… 

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