Journal publication in economics: a view from the periphery
AbstractIn this paper we point to special problems faced by economists in 'peripheral' fields (like development economics), particularly those at early stages of their career, in publishing their research results in mainline journals, and how this creates a kind of vicious circle that may be damaging to our profession. Copyright 2003 Royal Economic Society.
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