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Wie groß ist der Einfluss von deutschen Wirtschaftsforschungsinstituten? Ein Ranking anhand von RePEc-Daten
[How large is the influence of German economic research institutes? A ranking analysis using RePEc data]

  • Schupp, Claudia
  • Wache, Benjamin

Bei dem vorliegenden Artikel handelt es sich um eine Analyse des wissenschaftlichen Einflusses der deutschsprachigen Wirtschaftsforschungsinstitute hinsichtlich ihrer Working Paper und Policy Papers Series. Dazu wurden Statistiken über die Anzahl der Zitierungen der Veröffentlichungsreihen zusammengetragen, Indikatoren berechnet und schlussendlich die Institute in einem Ranking verglichen. Im Ergebnis zeigt sich, dass das Deutsche Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung in Berlin sowohl bei den Working Paper als auch bei den Policy Paper den Rang 1 belegt.

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