EconPress is an editorial journal exclusively showcasing undergraduate economic research.
Initiated in the spring of 2009 by motivated individuals with a passion for economics, the Journal has continued to publish papers addressing a variety of topics. Papers are selected on merit and not restricted to either quantitative or qualitative research.
While the Journal is published by students from Northeastern University, it is not exclusive to Northeastern students. ECONPress has received and published papers from undergraduates at MIT, Stanford, Tufts and other universities in the greater Boston Area, and we welcome submissions from undergraduates of all institutions.
Journals average around 80 pages and feature 4-6 papers.
Call for Papers Fall 2023
The Northeastern University undergraduate journal of economics, ECONPress, is calling for papers for its 2023-2024 Winter issue. We encourage all submissions from undergraduate students related to the following categories: research papers, viewpoints, and commentaries. We also have an additional category, blog articles. Submissions are open to any topic related to economics and can be quantitative or qualitative in nature. For directions and details relating to submissions, please see our website: https://web.northeastern.edu/econpress/.
The deadline for submission for the Winter issue: December 15, 2023. Past this deadline, we still encourage submissions, if accepted, to be included in later issues.
Benefits of publishing with ECONPress:
- Rapid review
- Editorial support
- Open access
- Stable URL and designated DOI
Papers can be submitted to our website: https://web.northeastern.edu/econpress/. Questions or issues with submissions, can be sent to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to reviewing your work!
Our 2023-2024 Leadership Team
Maddy is a third-year Economics and Business combined major from Duxbury, Massachusetts. She lived in Singapore for three years and studies Mandarin Chinese as her minor. Her academic interests include finance, healthcare economics, and international business. She enjoys ECONPress, specifically the opportunity the organization provides to learn and engage with different economic topics each week. Outside of her academic interests, Maddy is a member of the Northeastern Women’s Lacrosse team.
Vanessa is a third-year Industrial Engineering major with an Economics minor from Ecuador. Her academic interests include developmental economics and process optimization. She enjoys ECONPress because it gives students opportunities to learn how to write and edit research papers, while simultaneously allowing them to discuss a range of economics topics. Outside of school, Vanessa loves to fence and read.
Editor in Chief
Tamara is a fourth-year Economics major from New Orleans, Louisiana. Her academic interests are centered around ecological and sustainable economics. She joined EconPress because it provides young people with one of their first opportunities to get published and have their voices heard. Beyond academics, Tamara is an enthusiast of martial arts, languages, and visual art.
Yvonne PengSyuan Lin
VP of Outreach
Yvonne is a third-year Finance and Fintech major with a Data Science minor from Taiwan. Her academic interests include asset/investment management, data analysis, corporate banking, and applied econ. Outside of school, she enjoys hiking and biking! She loves EconPress because it provides the opportunity for students who are passionate about analyzing economic research.
VP of Marketing
Lilly is a second-year Economics and Data Science combined major from Dallas, Texas. Her academic interests include statistics and development economics. She enjoys EconPress because of the opportunity to discuss ongoing economic affairs as well as explore stories outside of her main interests. Outside of her academic affairs, Lilly enjoys traveling and staying active.
VP of Marketing
Michael is a third-year Economics and Mathematics student from Phoenix, Arizona. His academic interest include energy economics, environmental economics, and Latin American history. He enjoys EconPress specifically for the opportunity to discover unique, interdisciplinary academic fields of Economics through reviewing papers submitted to the club. Outside of academics, Michael likes to explore tiny Boston neighborhoods and discover new cafes.
Jane Gullason is a second-year business and economics combined major from Long Island, New York. She began her college career in Berlin, Germany through the NU.in program. Her academic interests include marketing analytics, behavioral economics, and international business. She greatly enjoys her role as the website manager and editor at ECONPress, relishing the opportunity to actively interact with fellow economics enthusiasts.
Shreya is a third-year Economics and Business combined major from Mumbai, India. She is currently co-oping at State Street Global Advisors. Her academic interests include finance, macroeconomics, and international business. She finds ECONPress particularly enjoyable due to the chance it offers to connect with fellow students who share her passion for economics and more. Outside of ECONPress, Shreya is a senior consultant at Northeastern Consulting Group.
Anna is a third-year economics and finance major from the DC area, super interested in pursuing sustainable finance and using her degree to make a positive social impact. Her academic interests include learning more about impact investing, and sustainable business practices. Her favorite part about being in EconPress is being able to explore and discuss such diverse topics within economics and business, and being able to do it with a great team. Outside of school, Anna’s favorite things to do are ski, camp, and hike wherever and whenever she can!
VP of Socials
Emre is a fourth-year Economics student from Brookline, Massachusetts. His academic interests include Micro-Finance, Anti Trust Economics, and data science. He enjoys EconPress specifically for the weekly discussions with members from different backgrounds! In his free time, Emre likes to go to concerts with friends!
Uma is a third-year politics, philosophy, and economics major with a concentration in public and economic policy. His academic interests are concentrated in welfare and development economics, exploring theories regarding class and poverty. His favorite part of EconPress is hearing about different perspectives from a wide variety of voices and backgrounds when talking about pressing issues. Outside of school, he enjoys fishing and playing guitar.