The JEP is 25:
The editor as designated dummy. An article every editor must read.
A very good article on how China and India are changing the global economy -- includes good telling graphs.
. . . the lack of adequate economic opportunities for an increasingly educated populace can help us understand episodes of regime instability such as the Arab Spring.
How internet data can be used to do research. It has a examples of publications.
A profile of Jonathan Levin.
Why is the JEP my favorite journal 1) it is interdisciplinary, 2) it is written for the general audience, and more importantly, 3) it is open access.