Find a copy in the library
Finding libraries that hold this item...
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Joshua S Gans
|Notes:||Notes bibliogr. Bibliogr. en fin de chapitres. Index.|
|Description:||XIV-294 p. : tabl. ; 25 cm.|
|Contents:||Part 1 Success and rejection in economics: life among the econ, Axel Leijonhufvud; the young economist's guide to professional etiquette, Daniel Hamermesh; how are the mighty fallen - rejected classic articles by leading economists, Joshua Gans and George Shepherd; ageing and productivity among economists, Sharon Oster and Daniel Hamermesh. Part 2 Referees and editors: facts and myths about refereeing, Daniel Hamermesh; is there value added from the review process in economics? Preliminary evidence from authors, David Laband; the effects of double-blind versus single-blind reviewing - experimental evidence from the "American Economic Review", Rebecca Blank; favouritism versus search for good papers - empirical evidence regarding the behaviour of journal editors, David Laband and Michael Piette; why referees are not paid (enough), Maxim Engers and Joshua Gans. Part 3 To co-author or not to co-author: estimates of the returns to quality and co-authorship in economic academia, Raymond Sauer; trends in multi-authored papers in economics, John Hudson; first author conditions, Maxim Engers et al. Part 4 The influence of economics journals: the journals of economics, George Stigler et al; the scholarly journal literature of economics - a historical profile of the AER, JPE and QJE, David Laband and John Wells; the relative impacts of economics journals, 1970-1990, David Laband and Michael Piette.|
|Responsibility:||ed. by Joshua S. Gans,...|