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The Last 30 Years of Public Choice: An Analysis of Author and Institution Rankings

Russell Sobel and Jennis J. Taylor ()
Authors registered in the RePEc Author Service: Jennis Jean Biser ()

Public Choice, 2004, vol. 120, issue 3_4, 352 pages

Abstract: In this paper we provide a statistical analysis of authorship in Public Choice over the past 30 years. We explore trends in article length and coauthorship, as well as provide rankings of individual authors and institutions by total pages published in the journal. This is the first such ranking of publications in the journal since 1987. We find a significant degree of turnover among the leading authors in Public Choice, and that George Mason University is clearly the leading institution making a large share of the new contributions in the field.

Date: 2004
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