About the Journal
The Journal of Private Enterprise is a twice annual peer reviewed journal included in ABI/Inform-Proquest, Cabell's, Cengage/ThomsonGale, EBSCO, EconLit, the Journal of Economic Literature, Public Affairs Information Service, and Urlich's.
In 20 years the Journal of Private Enterprise has become an important forum for scholarship in private enterprise. It has developed a rich mix of contributors ranging from Nobel Prize winners to promising younger scholars, spanning the full range of areas where private enterprise applies, including economics, entrepreneurship, public policy, history, religion, and philosophy. The Journal invites submissions for a small fee; papers presented at the APEE conference receive a waiver. Each year the at the APEE conference one article is given Paper of the Year Award.
The Journal, recognizing the profound importance of the spread of economic freedom in the world today, is making efforts to expand its international readership having subscribers in two dozen countries on five continents.
A subscription to the Journal is included with membership in the Association of Private Enterprise Education. Individual and library subscriptions without APEE membership can be purchased for $24 per year by contacting Prof. Gerald Gunderson, Associate Editor, Journal of Private Enterprise, Trinity College , 300 Summit Street , Hartford , CT 06106 . Past Issues of The Journal of Private Enterprise are available at that address for $10.00 a copy plus $2.00 postage.