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community by applying co-citation analysis, whereas network analysis deployed in our paper follows a direct citations approach. In addition, our study contrasts the previous approaches in terms of better understanding of the characteristics, structure and

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Acta Oeconomica
Authors:
Chirstian Espinosa
,
Yadín Heraldo
, and
João Paulo Vieito

behavioural finance and emerging markets were published, which have a total of 2,545 citations with an h-index of 21, that is, at least 21 articles have received 21 citations each. Furthermore, 84% of the articles have been cited at least once, and 51% have

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. His contributions tended to exert lasting influences on each of these diverse fields, judging by the number and quality of citations across the globe. Since 1972 he had been a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, a rare appreciation for

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Recommended APA Citation . The Qualitative Report , 19 ( 32 ): 1 – 20 . Cho , M

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Collaboration between researchers from academic and non-academic organisations

A case study of co-authorship in 12 Hungarian universities

Acta Oeconomica
Authors:
A. Inzelt
and
A. Schubert

Glänzel, W. — Schubert, A. (2005): Domesticity and Internationality in Co-authorship, References and Citations. Scientometrics , 65(3): 323–342. Schubert A. Domesticity and

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According to the dominant view, the quality of individual scientific papers can be evaluated by the standard of the journal in which they are published. This paper attempts to demonstrate the limits of this view in the field of economics. According to our main findings, a publication frequently serves as a signal of high professional standards rather than as a source of information; referees and editors frequently reject good papers and accept bad ones; citation indices only partially balance the distortions deriving from the selection process; there are essential “entry costs” to the publication process. Moreover, financial interests of publishers may contradict scientific interests. As long as leading economists do not give voice to their dissatisfaction, there is no hope for any reform of the selection process.

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Altshuler, R. — Goodspeed, T.J. (2003): Follow the Leader? Evidence on European and U.S. Tax Competition. Manuscript, Hunter College, New York. Available at: http://scholar.google.com/citations?view_op=view_citation

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= (2019-nCOV) OR TS = (coronavirus 2019) OR TS = (coronavirus disease 2019). Each study selected belonged to the category of B&E within the WoS Social Science Citation Index (SSCI). The articles downloaded on March 26, 2021 were filtered in the

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Creatology from 1977 to 2007

The first thirty years of the new science of creativity

Society and Economy
Author:
Istvan Magyari-Beck

Fox, J. M. (1988): Computer Based Innovation Resources: A Computer Based System of Citations and Annotations of the Periodical Literature on Creativity . An Abstract of a Project in Creative Studies. State University of New York, College at

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: Akadémiai Kiadó . Hamermesh , D. S. ( 2015 ): Citations in Economics: Measurement, Uses and Impacts . NBER Working Paper No. 21754

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