The Journal of Forensic Economics (“JFE”) publishes scholarly research devoted to the theory and practice of forensic economics. Forensic economics is broadly defined as the application of economic theories and methodologies to issues of litigation. The National Association of Forensic Economics (“NAFE”) publishes the JFE two times each year. The principle objective of the JFE is to promote research in issues of forensic economics and to raise the base of knowledge in our field.
The JFE appears in JSTOR and is abstracted/indexed by: American Economic Association Electronic Online and CD-ROM Indexing and Abstracting Services; Contents of Recent Economics Journals; Sage Abstracts: Criminal Justice Indexing; Current Law Index; Sage Abstracts: Human Resources; International Bibliography of Book Reviews; International Bibliography of Periodical Literature; International Bibliography of the Social Sciences: Economics; International Current Awareness Services; Journal of Economic Literature: Index of Economics Articles in Journals and Collective Volumes; Legal Resources Index; RePEc (Research Papers in Economics); and, Legaltrac™.