The Journal of Business Cycle Measurement and Analysis is jointly published by the OECD and the Centre for International Research on Economic Tendency Surveys (CIRET) to promote the exchange of knowledge and information on theoretical and operational aspects of economic cycle research, involving both measurement and analysis.
The OECD has developed various cyclical indicators using quantitative and qualitative information from its member countries. Information about the work of OECD in the field of short-term economic statistics may be found at www.oecd.org/std.
CIRET, the Centre for International Research on Economic Tendency Surveys, is a global forum for economists and institutions which conduct and analyse business and consumer surveys. CIRET holds international conferences every other year. Information about CIRET may be found at www.ciret.org.
The scope of the Journal of Business Cycle Measurement and Analysis encompasses:
- Analysis of cyclical fluctuations
- Business cycle specification, definition and classification
- Statistical approaches to the development of short-term economic statistics and indicators
- Business tendency, investment and consumer surveys
- Use of survey data or cyclical indicators for business cycle analysis
Researchers in the field of business cycle measurement and analysis are encouraged to submit their papers to the Editor-in-Chief (firstname.lastname@example.org).
All papers undergo a referee process.
Notes for authors and a template for manuscripts are available on www.ciret.org/jbcma or www.oecd.org/std/jbcma.
Correspondence about editorial and other matters related to the journal may also be addressed to the CIRET Office (email@example.com) or the OECD Statistics Directorate (firstname.lastname@example.org).