It is pretty difficult to get work published as an entry level environmental economist. To boost your chances, be sure to follow this advice:
1. Don’t write a long paper. 20-30 pages is usually sufficient.
2. If you get a rejection at one journal, follow at least some of the advice of the referees before you resubmit to another journal. Editors at each of the journals you submit to choose referees from your reference list, papers that are missing from your reference list, the Google Scholar, Scopus or other similar means.
3. Don’t overshoot with your journal choice.
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