THE JOURNAL OF ECONOMETRIC STUDY OF NORTHEAST ASIA is interested primarily in publishing articles on econometric analysis of the Northeast Asian region(s), or related regions, including various types of modeling, econometric studies, and the development of a body of data, such as for national accounts, input-output tables, flow-of –funds accounts, and various indices of prices and quantities, etc.


- Vol.8 No.2 March 2013
- Vol.9 No.1 September 2013
- Vol.9 No.2 August 2014
- Vol.10 No.1 November2015


Editors (Board Members)

Takahiro Akita
(International University of Japan)

Soshichi Kinoshita
(Nagoya University)

Reiitsu Kojima
(Daito Bunka University)

Masaaki Kuboniwa
(Hitotsubashi University)

Shuntaro Shishido*
(University of Tsukuba and International University of Japan)

Tatsuo Hatta
(International Centre for the Study of East Asian Development)

* Chairman of the Board


Kiyoshi Fujiwara
(Nagoya University)

Osamu Nakamura
(International University of Japan)

Sang-woo Nam
(Asia Development Bank)

Haruki Niwa
(Osaka Gakuin University)

Steven Rosefield
(University of North Carolina)

Hiroshi Sakamoto
(International Centre for the Study of East Asian Development)

Shinichiro Tabata
(Hokkaido University)

Yasushi Toda
(University of Florida)

Qiyan Wang
(Renmin University of China)



The manuscript should be submitted as electronic files to jesna. Authors are encouraged to email the Editors at the same address should they have additional questions about the submission process.

The International Centre for the Study of East Asian Development, Kitakyushu
11-4 Otemachi, Kokurakita, Kitakyushu, 803-0814, Japan
Tel : +81-93-583-6202
E-mail : jesna


  1. The manuscript must be typed and double-spaced, on one side of 8½×11-inch or A4 metric paper size, and the total length should not exceed 50 pages.
  2. The manuscript should be saved as either:
    a) a Microsoft Word file
    b) an MS-DOS text file
  3. The first page should include: Title, Author(s) Name(s), Abstract (not more than 150 words), and Keywords (not more than seven items). Affiliation should appear as an asterisked footnote (*) on the first page of the text, with a superscript asterisk before the author’s name.
  4. Appendices, if any, should appear at the end of the paper, before any References.
  5. Figures should be originals on 8½×11-inch or A4 metric paper size with large enough letting to permit photographic reproduction.
  6. Tables and Figures should be on separate sheets and numbered using Arabic numerals. The position of Table and Figures should be indicated in the manuscript.
  7. Footnotes should be numbered consecutively, and be double-spaced. They may appear at the bottom of each page of the text. Acknowledgements, if any, should be made in Footnote 1, with a superscript “1” at the end of the Title.
  8. References should be listed alphabetically at the end of the paper on the following standard format:
    Author(s) (year), Title, Page Number(s), Publisher, City of Publication

    Published Article:
    Author(s) (year), “Title”, Journal, Volume Number, Page Number(s), Publisher, City of Publication
    Unpublished Articles:
    Author(s) (year), “Title”, Type of Paper, Page Number(s), University or Foundation


The copyright to accepted papers belongs to the Asian Growth Research Institute.

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