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Ranking Australian economics departments by research productivity
Faculty of Commerce - Papers (Archive)
  • Frank V. Neri, University of Wollongong
  • Joan R. Rodgers, University of Wollongong
RIS ID
12692
Publication Date
1-1-2005
Publication Details

Neri, F. V. & Rodgers, J. R. (2005). Ranking Australian economics departments by research productivity. In R. Dixon (Eds.), ACE05: Australian Conference of Economists (pp. 1-30). University of Melbourne: University of Melbourne.

Abstract

This study ranks Australian economics departments according to the average research productivity of their academic staff during 1996-2002. It also ranks departments according to the variability of research productivity among their members, the assumption being that, ceteris paribus, the less variable is productivity within a department, the better. Research productivity is found to be highly skewed within all departments. A few departments have high average research productivity because of just one or two highly productive members. However, in general, research productivity is more evenly distributed within those departments that have relatively high average research productivity than within departments with relatively low average research productivity.

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Australian Conference of Economists
Citation Information
Frank V. Neri and Joan R. Rodgers. "Ranking Australian economics departments by research productivity" (2005) p. 1 - 30
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/jrodgers/15/