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Top 5% Institutions and Economists in the Field of Economics of Ageing, as of December 2008

These rankings take only into account institutions registered in EDIRC and authors registered with the RePEc Author Service and the institutions they claimed to be affiliated with. For Economics of Ageing, these are 114 authors affiliated with 333 institutions.
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Top 5% institutions in the field of Economics of Ageing

Please note that rankings can depend on the number of registered authors in the respective institutions. Subentities of ranked institutions do not increment the rank count and have their rank listed in parentheses. Register at the RePEc Author Service.

The scores of institutions in each field are determined by a weighted sum of all authors affiliated with the respective institutions. The weights are determined, for each author, by the proportion of all working papers announced in NEP that have also been announced in NEP-AGE (Economics of Ageing).
11.02Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA), Bonn
22.05RAND, Santa Monica
33.26Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS), London
43.68National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER), Cambridge
54.57Geary Institute, University College Dublin, Dublin
66.22Department of Global Health and Population, Harvard School of Public Health, Harvard University, Cambridge
79.93Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR), London
810.83Economics Department, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge
911.3Department of Economics, University of Washington, Seattle
1011.65School of Management and Economics, Queen's University, Belfast
1116.3Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge
(12)16.32Labor and Population Program, RAND, Santa Monica
1216.97Department of Economics, New York University, New York City
(13)17.37ESRC Centre for the Microeconomic Analysis of Public Policy (CPP), Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS), London
1318.02Federal Reserve Board (Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System), Washington
1419.47Center for Retirement Research (CRR), Boston College, Chestnut Hill
1519.48International Monetary Fund (IMF), Washington
1620.05Department of Economics, University College London (UCL), University of London, London

Top 5% authors in the field of Economics of Ageing

This ranking is based on registered authors only, and only those who are classified within this field. Authors can register at the RePEc Author Service.
1.1.23David Bloom
2.2.6David Canning
3.2.76Neil Bruce
4.4.08Timothy Aaron Waidmann
5.6.81Alexander W. Hoffmaister


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