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The Supply Side of Organ Allocation

Axel Ockenfels and Joachim Weimann
2001. Analyse und Kritik – Zeitschrift für Sozialtheorie, 23: 280-285

 

 

Retributive Responses

Werner Güth, Hartmut Kliemt and Axel Ockenfels
2001. Journal of Conflict Resolution, 45(4): 453-469

 

 

Kollektive Entscheidung

Jeannette Brosig, Atanasios Mitropoulos and Carsten Vogt
2001. In: Berlemann, M. (Hrsg.): Allgemeine Volkswirtschaftslehre. Aufgaben und Lösungen, Oldenbourg Verlag

 

 

Die Kunst der Marktarchitektur

Axel Ockenfels
2001. Opensource, 20

 

 

What is the Role of Culture in Bounded Rationality?

J. Henrich, W. Albers, R. Boyd, G. Gigerenzer, K.A. McCabe, Axel Ockenfels and H.P. Young
2001. In Bounded Rationality: The Adaptive Toolbox, eds. Gigerenzer, and Selten, 343-360. Cambridge: MA, MIT University Press

 

 

Ökonomisches Marktdesign: Neue Herausforderungen in der neuen Ökonomie

Axel Ockenfels
2001. Old and New Economy auf dem Weg in eine innovative Symbiose? Dominanz
der Prozesse-Flexibilität der Strukturen-Konstanz der ökonomischen Grundregeln, 162-163. Hanns-Martin Schleyer Stiftung

 

 

The need to reintegrate the natural sciences with economics

Charles Hall, Dietmar Lindenberger, Reiner Kümmel, Timm Kroeger and Wolfgang Eichhorn
2001. BioScience 51(8), 663-673

 

 

Tools for evaluating research output: Are citation-based rankings of economics journals stable?

Matthias Sutter and Martin Kocher
2001. Evaluation Review 25, 555-566

Journal rankings are important for evaluating research output, for academic promotions or for allocating funds. Examining the assignment of economics journals to different quartiles of citation-based rankings we find that about 60% of journals remain in the same quartile and about 95% of journals remain in the same or move in a neighborhood quartile within five and ten year intervals. Top journal rankings exhibit even more inertia, which is a desirable property for decisions on promotion, tenure or institutional evaluation. A re-examination of journal assignment to different quality categories every five or ten years, therefore, suffices for practical evaluation purposes.

 

 

Investigation on the demand for transmission capacity - Investigation for France-Italy based on a generation dispatch model

Felix Müsgens, Markus Peek, and Walter Schulz
2001. Haubrich, H.-J. et al.: Analysis of Electricity Network Capacities and Identification of Congestion. Aachener Beiträge zur Energieversorgung, Bd. 82, Aachen

 

 

Energie, Innovation und Wirtschaftswachstum

Dietmar Lindenberger, Wolfgang Eichhorn and Reiner Kümmel
2001. Zeitschrift für Energiewirtschaft 25(4), 221-230

 

 

The institutional concentration of authors in top journals of economics during the last two decades

Martin Kocher and Matthias Sutter
2001. Economic Journal 111, 405-421

This paper addresses the institutional concentration of authors in 15 top economics journals from 1977 to 1997. The concentration of authors Ph.D. affiliations is substantially higher than the concentration of authors current affiliations. Relating input indicators, such as population, number of universities with economics departments, or manpower in economics, to publication output reduces the United States dominance considerably, whereas Israel and the U.K. come out excellently. Exporters and importers of Ph.D.s among universities are identified. Concentration ratios like the Herfindahl-Index lack a clear time trend. Nevertheless, the position of the U.S. has been weakening in recent years.

 

 

Heat, electricity, Sun, and fossil fuels: dynamic energy, emission, and cost optimization

Dietmar Lindenberger, Thomas Bruckner, Helmuth M. Groskurth and Reiner Kümmel
2001. High Temperatures - High Pressures 33(4), 463-468

 

 

Power laws of research output. Evidence for journals of economics

Matthias Sutter and Martin Kocher
2001. Scientometrics 51, 405-414

In this paper we examine the validity of Lotka's law and Zipf's law for research output in 15 top journals of economics in the period 1977 to 1997. Our data for individual authors satisfy a general form of Lotka's law. We find increasing competition over time among economists on the individual level. However, publications in top journals are concentrated heavily when the institutional level is under consideration. Research output of institutions can be fit adequately by Zipf's law.

 

 

Der Einfluss der Speicherkraftwerke in der Alpenregion auf die Strompreise in Deutschland - Eine modellgestützte Analyse

Martin Kreuzberg and Felix Müsgens
2001. Conference Paper, IEWT, Vienna