2021 Impact Factor: 1.023
2021 5-year Impact Factor: 1.177
The Engineering Economist welcomes submissions in the areas of economic and financial theory in capital investment analysis, as well as applications involving technology and the economics of technical choice. Scholars involved in engineering, economics, finance and science are regular contributors to this journal.  Below you will find more detailed information about the journal, including its aims and scope and the editorial policy.

The Engineering Economist is a refereed journal, founded in 1955. It is published quarterly by Taylor & Francis and is a joint publication of the Engineering Economy Division of the American Society of Engineering Education (ASEE) and the Institute of Industrial Engineers (IIE).  The editor-in-chief is Prof. Heather Nachtmann, from University of Arkansas, USA.
The journal lies at the intersection of finance, economics, engineering and science.  This includes both capital investment and related technology decisions involving economic reasoning.  The areas covered by the journal include, but are not limited to:

  • capital investment analysis
  • decision theory
  • research & development decisions
  • risk management
  • cost estimation and accounting
  • cost of capital
  • design economics
  • engineering economy education
  • public policy analysis

The journal publishes high quality, original articles, as well as case studies, surveys, and book and software reviews.  It is a Thomson/ISI citation journal in the Social Science and Science Citation Indexes and its latest impact factor is 2.207. Most papers are reviewed within three months.
The journal also publishes special issues on specific topics.
Every paper published in TEE is eligible for the Eugene L. Grant award, granted annually to the best paper published in the journal.
There is no submission fee for this journal; submission is made by the author via a user-friendly online system.

Aims and Scope
List of issues
Editorial Board
Instructions for Authors