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A Visibility Analysis of the Scientific Production of Ukrainian Economists

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Despite the prestigious contributions of Ukrainian economists in the past, most particularly with Mikhaîl Tuhan-Baranovsky and even more so with Eugen Slutsky, there is no single indication of the scientific production of contemporary economists either in Ukraine or in the Diaspora. This study attempts to fill that gap by using the 1969-3/1995 EconLit data-base to establish the visibility of all identified economists with Ukrainian desecndance active in academic, governmental or private areas. The members of the Editorial Board and the Advisory Board of the Ukrainian Economic Review were also examined in order to provide reference to a benchmark group. The method of analysis applied the usual norms of measurement, taking into account the co-authorship factor, to adjust for effective productivity in refereed journals.

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  • Mirucki, Jean, 1996. "A Visibility Analysis of the Scientific Production of Ukrainian Economists," MPRA Paper 30411, University Library of Munich, Germany.
  • Handle: RePEc:pra:mprapa:30411
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    Keywords

    EconLit; Ukraine; scientific productivity; visibility.;

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    • A14 - General Economics and Teaching - - General Economics - - - Sociology of Economics

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