International Journal Of Transport Economics
The main aim of the Journal is to bring together the research work being done in the field of Transport Economics and arrange it organically in the form of a synthesis between theory and fact.
The situation facing transport economics is one in which old problems remain to be solved and new ones have been created by a wider range of information and improved methods of analysis.
In addition, foreseeable development in the internal logic of theories and the formulation of fresh hypotheses to interpret complex phenomena, both economic and non-economic, are becoming the object of further research for which the Journal is intended to be a medium of expression and comparison.
It is important in this respect to stress the fact that transport economics is prepared to take advantage of contributions from allied sciences and combine them in providing a more convincing interpretation of realities together with solutions to concrete problems. Within this framework the contributions to the Journal, though differing in standpoint and cultural background, will all be expected to maintain a rigorous standard of scientific scholarship.
Topics are approached from any discipline or perspective: economics, management, engineering, mathematics, statistics, etc.
Abstracting and Indexing
The International Journal of Transport Economics has been included in the in the Journal of Economic Literature (EconLit), and it is indexed in in Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI-ISI) The International Journal of Transport Economics is also indexed and abstracted in Scopus in the subject areas of Geography, Planning and Development and Transportation.
Impact Factor (ISI) 2015 = 0.50
Source Normalized Impact per Paper (Scopus) 2015 = 0.576
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Abstracts and Paper information are included in RePEc.
Upcoming special issues
Special Issue dedicated to: "IAME 2015 Conference" - Guest Editor: prof. Jasmine Siu Lee Lam
THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS PRIZE - III EDITION (extended DEADLINE)
In the aim of promoting quality research among young researchers, the International Journal of Transport Economics has introduced, starting from 2015, an annual competition for young researchers in the field of Transport Economics.
After the successful past editions, this third edition has the goal to further promote high-quality researches among young scholars that deals with transport related issues. In order to do so, an international Jury will review the submitted papers according to the Journal peer-reviewing rules.
The winner will receive a prize of €1,000. Furthermore, the winner paper (and, possibly, other papers according to the review results) will be published in our Journal. Young researchers (younger than 35 years old or within 2 years from the end of their Phd) are invited to submit their own original works.
Authors should submit an approximately 6,000-words paper of publishable quality synthesizing their research. IJTE Instructions to Authors can be found on the journal’s website. Papers should be emailed to Professor Enrico Musso (firstname.lastname@example.org) by the 30th November 2016.
IJTE now on RePEc
We are pleased to announce that the International Journal of Transport Economics is now indexed and available through the RePEc (Research Papers in Economics) services.