The Visibility of Ukrainian Economists 1969-2005
This article studies the visibility of Ukrainian economists. It shows that the number of Ukrainians trained at Western universities is increasing fast and that these economists now start publishing in international journals. At the same time, Ukrainian economists residing and educated in Ukraine still rarely publish in international economics journals. An explanation for both findings is offered.
|Date of creation:||Mar 2008|
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|Note:||Published in Journal of Socio-Economics, 37, 2114-2125 (2008)|
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