Hot papers in Economics and Business

April 21, 2011

The data above were extracted from the Thomson Reuters Essential Science Indicators database. This database, currently covering the period January 2000 through December 2010, surveys only journal articles (original research reports and review articles) that have been indexed by Thomson Reuters.

Articles are assigned to a category based on the journals in which they were published and Thomson Reuters’ journal-to-category field-definition scheme. Individual articles published in multidisciplinary journals, such as Science and Nature, are assigned to their appropriate fields. Hot papers are limited to those articles indexed in the past two years. A paper is selected as a hot paper if it meets a citation frequency threshold determined for its field and bimonthly group. Citation frequency distributions are compiled for each field and cohort. Thresholds are set by finding the closest citation count that would select the top fraction of papers in each field and period. The fraction is set to retrieve about 0.1 per cent of papers.

Featured here are current hot papers in economics and business with the highest number of citations to date. Most were published in 2009, one in 2008, and none in 2010, since citations require some time to accumulate.

For more information on Thomson Reuters Essential Science Indicators, see http://science.thomsonreuters.com/products/esi.

Hot papers in economics and business
Data provided by Thomson Reuters from its Essential Science Indicators database, January 2000-December 2010
 %3Cb%3EPaper%3C/b%3E %3Cbr /%3EAuthor(s), JournalCitations
1%3Cb%3EMarket liquidity and funding liquidity%3C/b%3E %3Cbr /%3EMarkus K. Brunnermeier and Lasses Heje Pedersen %3Cbr /%3E%3Ci%3EReview of Financial Studies%3C/i%3E, 22 (6): 2201-2238, %3Cbr /%3EJune 200942
%3D2%3Cb%3EGoodness-of-fit tests for copulas: a review and a power study%3C/b%3E %3Cbr /%3EChristian Genest, Bruno Remillard and David Beaudoin %3Cbr /%3E%3Ci%3EInsurance Mathematics & Economics%3C/i%3E, 44 (2): 199-213, Special issue, %3Cbr /%3EApril 2009 37
%3D2%3Cb%3ERecent developments in the econometrics of program evaluation%3C/b%3E %3Cbr /%3EGuido W. Imbens and Jeffrey M. Wooldridge %3Cbr /%3E%3Ci%3EJournal of Economic Literature%3C/i%3E, 47 (1): 5-86, %3Cbr /%3EMarch 2009 37
4%3Cb%3EPsychology and economics: evidence from the field%3C/b%3E %3Cbr /%3EStefano DellaVigna %3Cbr /%3E%3Ci%3EJournal of Economic Literature%3C/i%3E, 47 (2): 315-372, %3Cbr /%3EJune 2009 30
5%3Cb%3EA note on the theme of too many instruments%3C/b%3E %3Cbr /%3EDavid Roodman %3Cbr /%3E%3Ci%3EOxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics%3C/i%3E, 71 (1): 135-158, %3Cbr /%3EFebruary 2009
6%3Cb%3EOptimal versus naïve diversification: how inefficient is the 1/N portfolio strategy%3F%3C/b%3E %3Cbr /%3EVictor DeMiguel, Lorenzo Garlappi and Raman Uppal %3Cbr /%3E%3Ci%3EReview of Financial Studies,%3C/i%3E 022 (5): 1915-1953, %3Cbr /%3EMay 2009 25
7%3Cb%3EPeers at work%3C/b%3E %3Cbr /%3EAlexandre Mas and Enrico Moretti %3Cbr /%3E%3Ci%3EAmerican Economic Review%3C/i%3E, 99 (1): 112-145, %3Cbr /%3EMarch 2000 24
%3D8%3Cb%3EAn empirical examination of supply chain performance along several dimensions of risk%3C/b %3Cbr /%3EStephan M. Wagner and Christoph Bode %3Cbr /%3E%3Ci%3EJournal of Business Logistics%3C/i%3E, 29 (1): 307-325, 2008 15
%3D8%3Cb%3EEffects of word-of-mouth versus traditional marketing: findings from an internet social networking site%3C/b%3E %3Cbr /%3EMichael Trusov, Randolph E. Bucklin and Koen Pauwels %3Cbr /%3E%3Ci%3EJournal of Marketing%3C/i%3E, 73 (5): 90-102, September 2009 15
10%3Cb%3EThe Uppsala internationalization process model revisited: from liability of foreignness to liability of outsidership%3C/b%3E %3Cbr /%3EJan Johanson and Jan-Erik Vahlnel %3Cbr /%3E%3Ci%3EJournal of International Business Studies%3C/i%3E, 40 (9): 1411-1431, December 200914

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