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OECD Directorate for Employment, Labour and Social Affairs / OECD Social Employment and Migration Working Papers

Raw citation data, Impact Factor, Immediacy Index, Published documents, Citations received, , Most cited papers , Latest citations and documents published in this series in EconPapers.

Raw data:
IF: Impact Factor: C2Y / D2Y
AIF: Average Impact Factor for series in RePEc in year y
DOC: Number of documents published in year y
CIT: Number of citations to the series in year y
D2Y: Number of articles published in y-1 plus y-2
C2Y: Cites in y to articles published in y-1 plus y-2
SC(%): Percentage of selft citations in y to articles published in y-1 plus y-2
CiY: Cites in year y to documents published in year y
IdI: Immediacy Index: CiY / Documents.
AII: Average Immediacy Index for series in RePEc in year y
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Most cited documents in this series:

(1) RePEc:oec:elsaab:17-en Take-Up of Welfare Benefits in OECD Countries: A Review of the Evidence (2004).
Cited: 13 times.

(2) RePEc:oec:elsaab:35-en Employment Patterns in OECD Countries: Reassessing the Role of Policies and Institutions (2006).
Cited: 12 times.

(3) RePEc:oec:elsaab:19-en Average and Marginal Effective Tax Rates Facing Workers in the EU: A Micro-Level Analysis of Levels, Distributions and Driving Factors (2004).
Cited: 8 times.

(4) RePEc:oec:elsaab:16-en The Swedish Activity Guarantee (2004).
Cited: 5 times.

(5) RePEc:oec:elsaab:10-en Improving Workers Skills: Analytical Evidence and the Role of the Social Partners (2003).
Cited: 5 times.

(6) RePEc:oec:elsaab:18-en Indicators of Unemployment and Low-Wage Traps: Marginal Effective Tax Rates on Employment Incomes (2004).
Cited: 4 times.

(7) RePEc:oec:elsaab:31-en Can Parents Afford to Work?: Childcare Costs, Tax-Benefit Policies and Work Incentives (2005).
Cited: 4 times.

(8) RePEc:oec:elsaab:22-en Income Distribution and Poverty in OECD Countries in the Second Half of the 1990s (2005).
Cited: 3 times.

(9) RePEc:oec:elsaab:1-en Career Interruptions Due to Parental Leave: A Comparative Study of Denmark and Sweden (2003).
Cited: 3 times.

(10) RePEc:oec:elsaab:33-en Alternative Measures of Well-Being (2006).
Cited: 3 times.

(11) RePEc:oec:elsaab:3-en International Movements of the Highly Skilled (1997).
Cited: 3 times.

(12) RePEc:oec:elsaab:25-en Counting Immigrants and Expatriates in OECD Countries: A New Perspective (2005).
Cited: 3 times.

(13) RePEc:oec:elsaab:8-en Financial Resources and Retirement in Nine OECD Countries: The Role of The Tax System (2003).
Cited: 2 times.

(14) RePEc:oec:elsaab:54-en Assessing the Impact of Labour Market Policies on Productivity: A Difference-in-Differences Approach (2007).
Cited: 2 times.

(15) RePEc:oec:elsaab:46-en Minimum Wages, Minimum Labour Costs and the Tax Treatment of Low-wage Employment (2007).
Cited: 2 times.

(16) RePEc:oec:elsaab:9-en The Value of Pension Entitlements: A Model of Nine OECD Countries (2003).
Cited: 2 times.

(17) RePEc:oec:elsaab:13-en The Competitive Market for Employment Services in the Netherlands (2003).
Cited: 2 times.

(18) RePEc:oec:elsaab:20-en Benefit Coverage Rates and Household Typologies: Scope and Limitations of Tax-Benefit Indicators (2004).
Cited: 1 times.

(19) RePEc:oec:elsaab:26-en The Enabling State? from Public to Private Responsibility for Social Protection: Pathways and Pitfalls (2005).
Cited: 1 times.

(20) RePEc:oec:elsaab:4-en Child Labour in Africa (2003).
Cited: 1 times.

(21) RePEc:oec:elsaab:23-en Should We Extend the Role of Private Social Expenditure? (2005).
Cited: 1 times.

(22) RePEc:oec:elsaab:21-en Design Choices in Market Competition for Employment Services for the Long-Term Unemployed (2004).
Cited: 1 times.

(23) RePEc:oec:elsaab:6-en Social Policies, Family Types and Child Outcomes in Selected OECD Countries (2003).
Cited: 1 times.

(24) RePEc:oec:elsaab:5-en Child Labour in South Asia (2003).
Cited: 1 times.

(25) RePEc:oec:elsaab:27-en Trends and Determinants of Fertility Rates: The Role of Policies (2005).
Cited: 1 times.

(26) RePEc:oec:elsaab:40-en Neutral or Fair?: Actuarial Concepts and Pension-System Design (2006).
Cited: 1 times.

(27) RePEc:oec:elsaab:39-en Starting Well or Losing their Way?: The Position of Youth in the Labour Market in OECD Countries (2006).
Cited: 1 times.

Latest citations received in: | 2004 | 2003 | 2002 | 2001

Latest citations received in: 2004

(1) RePEc:ese:emodwp:em2/04 Child Poverty and Family Transfers in Southern Europe (2004). EUROMOD at the Institute for Social and Economic Research / EUROMOD Working Papers

(2) RePEc:ese:emodwp:em6/04 Average and marginal effective tax Rates facing workers in the eu. A Micro-level analysis of levels, Distributions and driving factors (revised version of EM2/02) (2004). EUROMOD at the Institute for Social and Economic Research / EUROMOD Working Papers

(3) RePEc:hhs:ifauwp:2004_007 Early indication of program performance: The case of a Swedish temporary employment program (2004). IFAU - Institute for Labour Market Policy Evaluation / Working Paper Series

(4) RePEc:hhs:ifauwp:2004_009 Non-parametric adjustment for covariates when estimating a treatment effect (2004). IFAU - Institute for Labour Market Policy Evaluation / Working Paper Series

(5) RePEc:hhs:ifauwp:2004_012 Survey non-response and unemployment duration (2004). IFAU - Institute for Labour Market Policy Evaluation / Working Paper Series

Latest citations received in: 2003

Latest citations received in: 2002

Latest citations received in: 2001

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