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La Revista Galega De Economía Y Otras Revistas De Investigación Económica Publicadas En Galicia, 2001-2018

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  • GUISÁN, María-Carmen

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Este informe presenta las etapas de la Revista Galega de Economía (RGE), tras cumplir más de 25 años de existencia, lo que la convierte en la revista gallega de Economía de mayor duración. También incluimos información sobre otras revistas de investigación económica publicadas en Galicia, sobre todo las enfocadas hacia el desarrollo económico, las publicadas en el periodo 2001-2018 y disponibles en internet. La sección 1 hace una referencia a tres etapas de la RGE: de 1992-1999, de 2000-2013, de 2014-2018. La segunda etapa supone un avance importante en la internacionalización de la revista, especialmente a través de la inclusión en la base RedAlyc desde el año 2000, e Ideas-Repec desde el año 2012, sin perder una elevada dedicación a la economía gallega. La tercera etapa avanza en la internacionalización, también a través de otros ámbitos en lengua inglesa, y prosigue con una intensa dedicación a la economía de Galicia y al desarrollo regional de Europa. La sección 2 aporta datos sobre el grado de difusión electrónica de los artículos de la RGE, destacando un gran avance en el período 2014-2018, tanto en lectores como en citas, y la importante difusión a través de Redalyc. La sección 3 hace referencia a otras revistas de investigación económica publicadas en Galicia e incluidas en selectos índices internacionales. La sección 4 realiza una breve referencia a publicaciones relacionadas con la investigación económica de Galicia en el período 1992-2018 y a su difusión social a través de libros, documentos y Blogs académicos. This report contains selected information on the Review of Galician Economy (RGE), after more than 25 years of existence, which makes it the longest-running Galician Economics Research journal. We also include information on other economic research journals published in Galicia, especially those focused on economic development, published in the period 2001-2018 and available on line. Section 1 makes a reference to three stages of the GER: from 1992-1999, from 2000-2013, from 2014-2018. The second stage represents an important advance in the internationalization of the magazine, with the inclusion in RedAlyc since year 2000 and in Ideas.Repec since year 2012, without losing a high dedication to the Galician economy. The third stage advances in internationalization, reaching dissemination also in English, and continues with an intense dedication to the economy of Galicia and the regional development of Europe. Section 2 provides data on the degree of electronic dissemination of the articles of the RGE, highlighting a great advance in the period 2014-2018, both in the number of readers and citations, and the important diffusion through Redalyc. Section 3 refers to other economic research journals published in Galicia and included in selected international indexes. Section 4 makes a brief reference to other publications related to economic research in Galicia and its social diffusion.

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  • GUISÁN, María-Carmen, 2018. "La Revista Galega De Economía Y Otras Revistas De Investigación Económica Publicadas En Galicia, 2001-2018," Revista Galega de Economía, University of Santiago de Compostela. Faculty of Economics and Business., vol. 27(2), pages 175-182.
  • Handle: RePEc:sdo:regaec:v:27:y:2018:i:2_13
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    Keywords

    Revistas de Investigación Económica Aplicada; Galicia; España; RedAlyc; Ideas-Repec; Scopus; Divulgación social de la investigación económica; Blogs académicos. Applied Economics Research Journals; Galicia; Spain; RedAlyc; Ideas.Repec; Scopus; Social Dissemination of Economics Research; Academic Blogs.;

    JEL classification:

    • A11 - General Economics and Teaching - - General Economics - - - Role of Economics; Role of Economists
    • A13 - General Economics and Teaching - - General Economics - - - Relation of Economics to Social Values
    • O18 - Economic Development, Innovation, Technological Change, and Growth - - Economic Development - - - Urban, Rural, Regional, and Transportation Analysis; Housing; Infrastructure
    • O52 - Economic Development, Innovation, Technological Change, and Growth - - Economywide Country Studies - - - Europe

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