YER - Definition

The Yale Economic Review (YER), established in 2005, is a non-profit, bi-annual journal of popular economics which reports on developments in economics to a broad audience. YER is not a peer-reviewed academic journal; rather, it aims to Fill the gap between the technical content in traditional academic journals and the sporadic coverage of economics in the popular press.

YER is distributed to students and faculty at business schools, law schools, policy schools, and economics departments in the United States, as well as to a segment of a general audience. It is also sold nationwide at Barnes & Noble, Borders, B. Dalton, and other newsstands and retail outlets. The journal is edited and managed by students from Yale College, Yale Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, and the Yale School of Management.



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Yield to Call (YTC)
Yield to Maturity (YTM)
Yield to Worst (YTW)
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