Peer review versus citations – An analysis of best paper prizes
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- Tom Coupe, 2010. "Peer Review versus Citations - An Analysis of Best Paper Prizes," Discussion Papers 35, Kyiv School of Economics.
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KeywordsPeer review; Citations; Academic quality; Performance evaluation;
- A - General Economics and Teaching
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