Economists' Publication Patterns
James E. Hartley,
James W. Monks and
Michael Robinson ()
The American Economist, 2001, vol. 45, issue 1, 80-85
The results presented in this paper give a comprehensive picture of the extent of publishing by economists. While it is obvious that the traditional emphasis on refereed journal articles captures only a part of economists' research output, to date it has been difficult to determine how large a part of that output was not being measured. This note provides the necessary perspective and presents information on the relative productivity of faculty at different institutional types and with different years of experience.
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