The Review of Income and Wealth is a peer-reviewed academic journal published by Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of the International Association for Research in Income and Wealth. It was established in 1951 and published annually until 1966, when it became a quarterly. Its aim is to provide a venue for research on income and wealth in terms of national and international, economic and social accounting. Its scope includes not only research on the "development of concepts and definitions for measurement and analysis", the development and "integration of systems of economic and social statistics", and "related methodological problems", but also more applied areas such as to allow international comparisons and to understand the use economic and social accounting for "budgeting and policy analysis" in different economies. Its current editors are Conchita D'Ambrosio (University of Luxembourg), Robert J. Hill (University of Graz), and Stephan Klasen (University of GÃ¶ttingen), and its previous editors have included Erik Lundberg, Simon Kuznets, Richard Stone, Raymond Goldsmith, Phyllis Deane, and Colin Clark.
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Review of Income and Wealth has been in operation since 1951 till date.
Review of Income and Wealth published with a Quarterly frequency.
In 2021, Review of Income and Wealth published 105 articles.
Citescore for Review of Income and Wealth is 3.1.
SNIP score for Review of Income and Wealth is 1.91.
SJR for Review of Income and Wealth is 1.02.
Wiley-Blackwell is the publisher of Review of Income and Wealth.