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In 2011, the Barcelona Economics Institute’s researchers published 42 articles in JCR (Journal Citation Reports) journals, that is twice as many as in 2009. In addition, they published 19 Working Papers, more than twice the number published in 2009..
Thus, in two years, the IEB has doubled its output of publications while the number of researchers has risen by only 34%. Among the JCR journals in which the IEB researchers have published their articles during 2011, special mention should be made of the Journal of Public Economics; Public Choice; Journal of Urban Economics; Regional Science and Urban Economics; Applied Economics; National Tax Journal; Journal of Public Economics; Papers in Regional Science; International Journal of Technology Management; and Transportation
- These are some of the latest JCR Articles (Journal Citation Reports):
- • Esteller, A.; Galmarini, U.; Rizzo, L.“Vertical tax competition and consumption externalities in a federation with lobbying” Journal of Public Economics, 2011
- • Jofre-Monseny, J. “Is agglomeration taxable?”Journal of Economic Geography, 2011
- • Jofre-Monseny, J.; Solé-Ollé, A. “Which communities should be afraid of mobility? The effects of agglomeration economies on the sensitivity of employment location to local taxes”Regional Science and Urban Economics, 42, 257-268, 2011
- • Naghavi, A.; Mantovani, A.“Parallel imports and innovation in an emerging economy: the case of Indian pharmaceuticals”Health Economics, 2011
- • Arauzo, J.M.; Manjón, M.“Locations and relocations: determinants, modelling, and interrelations”Annals of Regional Science, 47 (1), 131-146, 2011
- • García-López, M.A.; Muñiz, I.“Urban spatial structure, agglomeration economies and economic growth in Barcelona: An intra-metropolitan perspective”Papers in Regional Science, 2011
- • Solé-Ollé, A“Inter-regional redistribution through infrastructure investment: tactical or programmatic?” Public Choice, 2011
- • Mora, T.; Oreopoulos, P.“Peer effects and high school aspirations: evidence from a sample of close and not-so-close friends”Economics of Education Review, 30(4), 575-581, 2011