The Iranian Economic Review (IER) is a double-blind peer-reviewed, open-access journal intended to publish original research papers in the field of economics.

IER is indexed in SCOPUS (from 2013 to present) as the largest abstract and citation database of international peer- reviewed journals. 

The main purpose of IER journal is to provide a forum for members of the academic community who are interested in the Iranian economy. Manuscripts are invited and subject to anonymous review.


  • Date of First Publication: July1994
  • Review Process: Double-blind peer-review
  • Type of Articles: Original Article, Case-Study, Applied Article, Methodologies
  • Type of Access: Open Access (OA)
  • Start Year open license: 1994, Vol. 1, No. 1
  • Frequency: Quarterly
  • Document Type: Research Paper
  • Print ISSN: 1026-6542
  • Online ISSN: 2588-6096
  • Publisher: University of Tehran
  • Time to submitted to the reviewers: Maximum two week
  • Manuscript Review Fee: 2,000,000 Rial (after submission)
  • Manuscript Acceptance Fee: 4,000,000 Rial (after acceptance)
  • Language: English
  • Cited by SCOPUS: Since 2013
  • Cite Score of Scopus: 0.6
  • Quartile of SJR: Q3
  • H-index: 21
  • Copyright: This Journal is an open access Journal Licensed under the Creative Commons license (CC-BY 4.0) International License.


Specific subtitles covered by the journal are:


  1. Applied Microeconomics
  2. Behavioral and Experimental Economics
  3. Development Economics
  4. Econometrics
  5. Economics of Technology
  6. Environmental, Resource and Energy Economics
  7. Financial Economics
  8. Game Theory
  9. Health Economics
  10. Industrial Organization
  11. International Trade
  12. Labor Economics
  13. Macroeconomics
  14. Microeconomics Theory
  15. Monetary Economics
  16. Public Economics


Current Issue: Volume 26, Issue 4, December 2022 

Analysis of Single Currency Implementation in Asean+3

Pages 739-749

Mohammad Ahlis Djirimu; Haerul Anam; Frilly Andrelia Utami; Andi Darmawati Tombolotutu

Firm Investment Behavior under Hyperinflation and Dollarization: A Case of Zimbabwe-Listed Firms

Pages 769-782

Strike Mbulawa; Nathan Frank Okurut; Ntsosa Mogale Malebogo; Narain Sinha

The Electricity Shortage Cost in Iran: An Input-Output Analysis and Linear Programming

Pages 791-807

Ali Faridzad; Abdolrasool Ghasemi; Mahsa Rajabi Nejad; Mohammad Amin Mohammadian

Analyzing the Impact of Economic and Climate Factors on Crime in Iran

Pages 809-818

Yadollah Dadgar; Sadegh Menatnejad; Rouhollah Nazari

The Asymmetric Influence of Exchange Rate and Inflation on Financial Development in Nigeria: Evidence from NARDL

Pages 833-851

Umar Muhammad Dabachi; Suraya Mahmood; Ali Umar Ahmad; Aminu Hassan Jakada; Ahmad Tijjani Abdullahi; Mohammed Atiku Abubakar; Kabiru Kamalu

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