28 Pages Posted: 13 Jan 1999
Date Written: April 1998
In light of widespread specialization of research and teaching, it seems appropriate to supplement the existing general rankings of economics journals with subdiscipline-specific rankings. That is the primary objective of this paper. The availability of subdiscipline-specific rankings also permits both (i) alternative journal ranking methods for the general discipline that account for the breadth of a journal's impact across specialized fields, and (ii) estimation of the relative weights implicitly associated with each field in traditional disciplinary journal rankings. The results are robust to the exclusion of self-citations.
JEL Classification: A1
Suggested Citation: Suggested Citation
Barrett, Christopher B. and Olia, Aliakbar and Bailey, DeeVon, Subdiscipline-Specific Journal Rankings: Whither Applied Economics? (April 1998). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=141222 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.141222