Institutional Contributions to the Leading Finance Journals, 1975 through 1986: A Note ALBERT W. NIEMI, JR* IN A RECENT ISSUE of this journal, Heck, Cooley, and Hubbard  provided several rankings of finance departments. The various rankings were based on publications in the Journal of Finance since 1946, the year in which the journal began publication. Separate rankings were generated for the leading institutions on the basis of source of doctorate and current employment. The employer rankings were provided for the past forty years (1946 through 1985) and for several ten-year subperiods (1946 through 1955,1956 through 1965,1966 through 1975, and 1976 through 1985). The work by Heck, Cooley, and Hubbard builds on earlier contributions by Klemkosky and Tuttle [3, 41, Schweser , Ederington [l], and Moore and Taylor . In their two papers, Klemkosky and Tuttle measured the contributions to two groups of journals for the period 1966 through 1975. They included the volume of scholarship published in the three leading finance journals: Journal of Finance, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, and Journal of Financial Economics. They also included the contributions to eight leading business and economics journals that publish finance and finance-related articles: Journal of Business,
The Journal of Finance – Wiley
Published: Dec 1, 1987
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