consumer science, family and economic issues, journal review
This review article examines the progress and impact of the Journal of Family and Economic Issues (JFEI) between 1988–2007. Over the past 20 years, JFEI has become a major journal publishing articles on the relationship between families and economic systems. JFEIcontributed to both the economic and family studies disciplines by publishing articles that explore the interface of these two disciplines. Between 1988 and 2007, JFEI published articles on a variety of themes not often found in other economic or family studies journals such as family resource management, consumer attitudes and behaviors, and economic issues and family relationships. Other unique characteristics of JFEI include many collaborative multidisciplinary studies and many studies analyzing international or cross-cultural samples.
Original Publication Citation
Dew, J. P. (2008). Themes and trends of the Journal of Family and Economic Issues: A Review of Twenty Years (1988 –2007). Journal of Family and Economic Issues, 29, 496–520.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Dew, Jeffrey P., "Themes and Trends of Journal of Family and Economic Issues: A Review of Twenty Years (1988–2007)" (2008). Faculty Publications. 4509.
Journal of Family aand Economic Issues
Family, Home, and Social Sciences
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