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Aims and scope

Journal of Family and Economic Issues is an interdisciplinary publication that explores the intricate relationship between the family and its economic environment. Peer-reviewed contributions address important issues in family management, household labor and productivity, relationships between economic and non-economic issues including health and healthcare, as well as interrelations between external settings and family life, including family policy, work, and community.

The journal features the following types of submissions: original research, critical reviews, brief communications, invited letters to the editor, and reviews of significant books on the field.