The Research Output of United Kingdom Economics Departments: Some League Tables
This article presents three league tables for the research output of United Kingdom economics departments. We base these tables on the numbers of articles published, each table with different emphasis. The first table values all published articles equally; the second table is based on the publications in core journals only; the third table weighs articles in core journals more heavily than other articles. Notable results include the finding that the London School of Economics heads the league in all the tables, and that several 'new universities' outperform some of the older universities.?
Volume (Year): 6 (2001)
Issue (Month): 2 (September)
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