The Journal of Human Capital is a quarterly academic journal published by the University of Chicago Press. It covers theoretical and empirical research on the role of human capital in economics. The editor-in-chief is Isaac Ehrlich (University at Buffalo). The journal is not dedicated to a single subfield of economics but uses human capital theory as a theme to explore nearly all areas of economic inquiry.
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