This study evaluates the relative importance ofarticles in Industrial Organization publishedduring 1991–1996 in major generalist or specializedjournals, either english or french, using the 1991J.E.L. classification system. Contributions areregrouped according to the type of article:theoretical analysis; industrial policy; industrystudies. A specialization progress indicator (SPI)shows the trends of the editorial policy, while a rateof multiple reference index (RMR) has been introducedto examine the degree of relation between those threecategories and used as a proxy of the editorialpreferences towards the type of treatment of thesubject usually expected by the journal.
Review of Industrial Organization – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 3, 2004
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