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Top 25% Institutions and Economists in Connecticut (United States), as of January 2018

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For Connecticut (United States), there are 220 authors affiliated with 34 institutions. All institutions in this region.

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Top 25% institutions in Connecticut (United States)

RankW.RankInstitutionScoreAuthorsAuthor shares
1[1]Economics Department, Yale University

New Haven, Connecticut (USA)

0.974934.74
2[2]School of Management, Yale University

New Haven, Connecticut (USA)

2.133023.35
3[3]Cowles Foundation for Research in Economics, Yale University

New Haven, Connecticut (USA)

3.06229.62
---[---]Economic Growth Center, Economics Department, Yale University

New Haven, Connecticut (USA)

4.2395.73
4[4]Department of Economics, University of Connecticut

Storrs, Connecticut (USA)

4.474640.29
5[5]Economics Department, Wesleyan University

Middletown, Connecticut (USA)

6.271614.91
6[6]Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of Connecticut

Storrs, Connecticut (USA)

6.741715.69
7[7]School of Business, University of Connecticut

Storrs, Connecticut (USA)

8.38119.29
8[8]Innovations for Poverty Action (IPA)

New Haven, Connecticut (USA)

9.0451.3

Top 25% authors in Connecticut (United States)

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RankW.RankAuthorScore
1[3]Robert J. Shiller

Economics Department, Yale University, New Haven
Cowles Foundation for Research in Economics, Yale University, New Haven
School of Management, Yale University, New Haven

1.79
2[2]Donald W. K. Andrews

Economics Department, Yale University, New Haven
Cowles Foundation for Research in Economics, Yale University, New Haven

1.93
3[4]Mark R. Rosenzweig

Economic Growth Center, Economics Department, Yale University, New Haven

3.46
4[8]Joseph G. Altonji

Cowles Foundation for Research in Economics, Yale University, New Haven
Economic Growth Center, Economics Department, Yale University, New Haven

6.82
5[7]William D. Nordhaus

Economics Department, Yale University, New Haven
Cowles Foundation for Research in Economics, Yale University, New Haven

6.89
6[9]Gary Gorton

School of Management, Yale University, New Haven

7.53
7[6]Martin Shubik

Economics Department, Yale University, New Haven
Cowles Foundation for Research in Economics, Yale University, New Haven
School of Management, Yale University, New Haven

8.06
8[10]Fabrizio Zilibotti

Economics Department, Yale University, New Haven

9.11
9[1]Peter C. B. Phillips

Cowles Foundation for Research in Economics, Yale University, New Haven

9.19
10[11]Samuel Kortum

Economics Department, Yale University, New Haven

10.2
11[12]John Roemer

Economics Department, Yale University, New Haven
Cowles Foundation for Research in Economics, Yale University, New Haven

10.66
12[5]Costas Meghir

Economics Department, Yale University, New Haven

11.04
13[16]T. Paul Schultz

Economic Growth Center, Economics Department, Yale University, New Haven

12.28
14[17]Steven Berry

Economics Department, Yale University, New Haven

12.43
15[18]William N. Goetzmann

School of Management, Yale University, New Haven

12.45
16[19]Andrew Metrick

School of Management, Yale University, New Haven

13.76
17[15]Ray C. Fair

Economics Department, Yale University, New Haven
Cowles Foundation for Research in Economics, Yale University, New Haven

14.51
18[21]T. N. Srinivasan

Economic Growth Center, Economics Department, Yale University, New Haven

16.64
19[22]Dirk Bergemann

Economics Department, Yale University, New Haven

20.48
20[25]Robert Owen Mendelsohn

Economics Department, Yale University, New Haven

21.6
21[24]Shyam Sunder

School of Management, Yale University, New Haven

22.45
22[26]Anthony A. Smith Jr.

Economics Department, Yale University, New Haven
Cowles Foundation for Research in Economics, Yale University, New Haven

22.88
23[14]Pinelopi Koujianou Goldberg

Economics Department, Yale University, New Haven

23.87
24[29]Edward Vytlacil

Economics Department, Yale University, New Haven
Cowles Foundation for Research in Economics, Yale University, New Haven

24.7
25[30]Larry Samuelson

Economics Department, Yale University, New Haven

24.71
26[31]Costas Arkolakis

Economics Department, Yale University, New Haven

26.2
27[33]Stephen Ross

Department of Public Policy, University of Connecticut, Hartford
Center for Real Estate and Urban Economic Studies, School of Business, University of Connecticut, Storrs
Center for Population Research, University of Connecticut, Storrs
Department of Economics, University of Connecticut, Storrs

26.55
28[27]Aleh Tsyvinski

Economics Department, Yale University, New Haven
Cowles Foundation for Research in Economics, Yale University, New Haven

26.63
29[32]Judith Ann Chevalier

School of Management, Yale University, New Haven

27.54
30[20]Peter K. Schott

School of Management, Yale University, New Haven

28.22
31[38]Thomas Miceli

Department of Economics, University of Connecticut, Storrs

28.98
32[35]K. Geert Rouwenhorst

School of Management, Yale University, New Haven

29.4
33[34]Giuseppe Moscarini

Economics Department, Yale University, New Haven

30.33
34[36]James Jinwoo Choi

School of Management, Yale University, New Haven

31.72
35[40]Timothy W. Guinnane

Economics Department, Yale University, New Haven

31.78
36[41]Chihwa Kao

Department of Economics, University of Connecticut, Storrs

32.65
37[37]Barry J. Nalebuff

School of Management, Yale University, New Haven

33.04
38[23]Stephen M. Miller

Department of Economics, University of Connecticut, Storrs

35.2
39[42]Philip A. Haile

Economics Department, Yale University, New Haven
Cowles Foundation for Research in Economics, Yale University, New Haven

36.73
40[13]Dean S. Karlan

Innovations for Poverty Action (IPA), New Haven

42.54
41[44]Donald Brown

Economics Department, Yale University, New Haven

43.08
42[28]Giovanni Maggi

Economics Department, Yale University, New Haven

43.1
43[45]Ahmed Mushfiq Mobarak

Economic Growth Center, Economics Department, Yale University, New Haven
School of Management, Yale University, New Haven

43.58
44[54]Subhash C. Ray

Department of Economics, University of Connecticut, Storrs

44.79
45[53]Kathleen Segerson

Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of Connecticut, Storrs
Department of Economics, University of Connecticut, Storrs

45.14
46[46]Jonathan Feinstein

School of Management, Yale University, New Haven

46.33
47[50]Michael C. Lovell

Economics Department, Wesleyan University, Middletown

46.4
48[51]Amanda Ellen Kowalski

Economics Department, Yale University, New Haven

48.53
49[55]Kenneth A. Couch

Department of Economics, University of Connecticut, Storrs

49.54
50[58]John M. Clapp

Center for Real Estate and Urban Economic Studies, School of Business, University of Connecticut, Storrs

50.69
51[52]Lorenzo Caliendo

Economics Department, Yale University, New Haven
Cowles Foundation for Research in Economics, Yale University, New Haven
School of Management, Yale University, New Haven

51.18
52[57]Miguel D. Ramirez

Department of Economics, Trinity College, Hartford

51.62
53[61]Olav Sorenson

School of Management, Yale University, New Haven

52.93
54[62]Kenneth Thomas Gillingham

Yale University
Economics Department, Yale University, New Haven
School of Management, Yale University, New Haven

54.18
55[56]Lisa B. Kahn

School of Management, Yale University, New Haven

54.67

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