These pages provide data as to which journals have
traditionally published work (and generated citations) in a given research area, and how selective /
accessible the journals are. Information of the latter kind can be obtained
from the "general
statistics" page, which reports some new indices I constructed from the
rankings database. I imagine that this material is of practical interest to
those with very limited experience in publishing, and perhaps of curiosity
interest to others.
Specific Research Areas:
1. Economic History & Thought
3. Microeconomic Theory
4. Labor & Consumer Economics
5. IO / Business Economics
6. Public Economics
8. Trade & Development
9. Financial Economics
10. Resource & Agricultural Econ.
Journal Comments / Data:
Academic Journals Feedback Project
Kwan Choi (Iowa State), "How To Publish In Top Journals"
John Creedy (Melbourne), "From Manuscript to Publication: A Brief Guide for Economists"
Daniel Hamermesh (Texas), "The Young Economist's Guide to Professional Etiquette"
Carsten Sorensen (LSE), "This Is Not An Article"
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