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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:ner:lselon: Optimal life cycle asset allocation : understanding the empirical evidence. (2005).
Cited: 40 times.

(2) RePEc:ner:lselon: Continuous training in Germany. (2001).
Cited: 39 times.

(3) RePEc:ner:lselon: Economic theory and the welfare state : a survey and interpretation. (1992).
Cited: 33 times.

(4) RePEc:ner:lselon: Specialization dynamics . (2002).
Cited: 27 times.

(5) RePEc:ner:lselon: Evolving patterns of international trade. (2000).
Cited: 27 times.

(6) RePEc:ner:lselon: A model of political parties. (2004).
Cited: 27 times.

(7) RePEc:ner:lselon: Occupational and internal labour markets in Britain and France. (1990).
Cited: 24 times.

(8) RePEc:ner:lselon: Overcoming the zero bound on nominal interest rates with negative interest on currency : Gesells solution. (2003).
Cited: 21 times.

(9) RePEc:ner:lselon: The economic geography of trade, production and income : a survey of empirics . (2003).
Cited: 19 times.

(10) RePEc:ner:lselon: Functional-coefficient regression models for nonlinear time series . (2000).
Cited: 17 times.

(11) RePEc:ner:lselon: Efficient estimation of conditional variance functions in stochastic regression. (1998).
Cited: 17 times.

(12) RePEc:ner:lselon: The existence and asymptotic properties of a backfitting projection algorithm under weak conditions . (1999).
Cited: 16 times.

(13) RePEc:ner:lselon: Methods for estimating a conditional distribution function. (1999).
Cited: 15 times.

(14) RePEc:ner:lselon: Narrow-band analysis of nonstationary processes. (2001).
Cited: 14 times.

(15) RePEc:ner:lselon: Alternative funding resources for higher education. (1993).
Cited: 14 times.

(16) RePEc:ner:lselon: Cointegration in fractional systems with unknown integration orders. (2003).
Cited: 14 times.

(17) RePEc:ner:lselon: The unemployment volatility puzzle: is wage stickiness the answer?. (2007).
Cited: 13 times.

(18) RePEc:ner:lselon: Estimation of conditional densities and sensitivity measures in nonlinear dynamical systems . (1996).
Cited: 12 times.

(19) RePEc:ner:lselon: Changes in the wage structure, family income, and childrens education. (2001).
Cited: 12 times.

(20) RePEc:ner:lselon: Inference in ARCH and GARCH models with heavy-tailed errors. (2003).
Cited: 12 times.

(21) RePEc:ner:lselon: The economics of pensions. (2006).
Cited: 11 times.

(22) RePEc:ner:lselon: Structural change in a multi-sector model of growth . (2007).
Cited: 10 times.

(23) RePEc:ner:lselon: Monetary union and the economic geography of Europe. (2003).
Cited: 10 times.

(24) RePEc:ner:lselon: The ins and outs of European unemployment. (2008).
Cited: 10 times.

(25) RePEc:ner:lselon: Portfolio choice with internal habit formation : a life-cycle model with uninsurable labor income risk . (2003).
Cited: 10 times.

(26) RePEc:ner:lselon: Anti-herding and strategic consultation. (2004).
Cited: 10 times.

(27) RePEc:ner:lselon: Higher education funding. (2004).
Cited: 8 times.

(28) RePEc:ner:lselon: Inequality and the state. (2004).
Cited: 8 times.

(29) RePEc:ner:lselon: Efficient estimation of generalized additive nonparametric regression models . (2000).
Cited: 7 times.

(30) RePEc:ner:lselon: The part-time pay penalty . (2005).
Cited: 7 times.

(31) RePEc:ner:lselon: Trade and industrial location with heterogeneous labor . (2005).
Cited: 7 times.

(32) RePEc:ner:lselon: Distance, skill deepening and development : will peripheral countries ever get rich? . (2003).
Cited: 7 times.

(33) RePEc:ner:lselon: New evidence on the effects of US monetary policy on exchange rates . (2001).
Cited: 6 times.

(34) RePEc:ner:lselon: Zero returns to compulsory schooling in Germany: evidence and interpretation. (2008).
Cited: 6 times.

(35) RePEc:ner:lselon: Gaussian estimation of parametric spectral density with unknown pole . (2001).
Cited: 6 times.

(36) RePEc:ner:lselon: Decision making in committees: transparency, reputation, and voting rules . (2007).
Cited: 6 times.

(37) RePEc:ner:lselon: Estimating the rational expectations model of speculative storage : a Monte Carlo comparison of three simulation estimators . (2000).
Cited: 6 times.

(38) RePEc:ner:lselon: Testing of seasonal fractional integration in UK and Japanese consumption and income . (2001).
Cited: 6 times.

(39) RePEc:ner:lselon: On subset selection in non-parametric stochastic regression. (1994).
Cited: 6 times.

(40) RePEc:ner:lselon: The politics of public provision of education. (2005).
Cited: 5 times.

(41) RePEc:ner:lselon: Whittle estimation of ARCH models . (2001).
Cited: 5 times.

(42) RePEc:ner:lselon: Long and short memory conditional heteroskedasticity in estimating the memory parameter of levels . (1999).
Cited: 5 times.

(43) RePEc:ner:lselon: Profiling benefit claimants in Britain: a feasibility study. (2003).
Cited: 4 times.

(44) RePEc:ner:lselon: Pensions: overview of the issues. (2006).
Cited: 4 times.

(45) RePEc:ner:lselon: Trends in hours and economic growth. (2008).
Cited: 4 times.

(46) RePEc:ner:lselon: Persistent poverty and lifetime inequality: the evidence. (1999).
Cited: 4 times.

(47) RePEc:ner:lselon: Collective bargaining and workplace performance: an investigation using the workplace employee relations survey 1998. (2002).
Cited: 4 times.

(48) RePEc:ner:lselon: The impact of length of the school year on student performance and earnings: evidence from the German short school years . (2007).
Cited: 4 times.

(49) RePEc:ner:lselon: Strategy-proof judgment aggregation. (2007).
Cited: 4 times.

(50) RePEc:ner:lselon: R&D and absorptive capacity : theory and empirical evidence. (2003).
Cited: 4 times.

Recent citations received in: | 2008 | 2007 | 2006 | 2005

Recent citations received in: 2008

(1) RePEc:cep:cepdps:dp0856 Employment Outcomes in the Welfare State (2008). Centre for Economic Performance, LSE / CEP Discussion Papers

(2) RePEc:cte:wsrepe:ws087528 A multivariate generalized independent factor GARCH model with an application to financial stock returns (2008). Universidad Carlos III, Departamento de Estadística y Econometría / Statistics and Econometrics Working Papers

(3) RePEc:iza:izadps:dp3514 Cyclical Movements in Unemployment and Informality in Developing Countries (2008). Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA) / IZA Discussion Papers

(4) RePEc:nbr:nberwo:13985 Time Spent in Home Production in the 20th Century: New Estimates from Old Data (2008). National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc / NBER Working Papers

(5) RePEc:nbr:nberwo:14617 Unemployment Dynamics in the OECD (2008). National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc / NBER Working Papers

(6) RePEc:pra:mprapa:11372 What drives the Unemployment Rate in Poland. (2008). University Library of Munich, Germany / MPRA Paper

(7) RePEc:ptu:bdpart:b200807 The Anatomy of Employment Growth in Portuguese Firms (2008). Economic Bulletin and Financial Stability Report Articles

(8) RePEc:wbk:wbrwps:4648 Cyclical movements in unemployment and informality in developing countries (2008). The World Bank / Policy Research Working Paper Series

Recent citations received in: 2007

(1) RePEc:cep:cepdps:dp0823 The Shimer Puzzle and the Correct Identification of Productivity Shocks (2007). Centre for Economic Performance, LSE / CEP Discussion Papers

(2) RePEc:cte:werepe:we075832 Flexibility at the margin and labor market volatility in OECD countries (2007). Universidad Carlos III, Departamento de Economía / Economics Working Papers

(3) RePEc:emx:esteco:v:22:y:2007:i:2:p:335-355 Productivity, Structural Change in Employment and Economic Growth (2007). Estudios Económicos

(4) RePEc:kap:openec:v:18:y:2007:i:2:p:127-156 Is Numérairology the Future of Monetary Economics? (2007). Open Economies Review

(5) RePEc:tor:tecipa:tecipa-300 The Role of the Structural Transformation in Aggregate Productivity (2007). University of Toronto, Department of Economics / Working Papers

(6) RePEc:zbw:zewdip:6899 Educational Effects of Early or Later Secondary School Tracking in Germany (2007). ZEW - Zentrum für Europäische Wirtschaftsforschung / Center for European Economic Research / ZEW Discussion Papers

Recent citations received in: 2006

(1) RePEc:bdi:wptemi:td_605_06 Job Search in Thick Markets: Evidence from Italy (2006). Bank of Italy, Economic Research Department / Temi di discussione (Economic working papers)

(2) RePEc:cep:cepdps:dp0749 Productivity and ICT: A Review of the Evidence (2006). Centre for Economic Performance, LSE / CEP Discussion Papers

(3) RePEc:cep:cepdps:dp0757 Unemployment and Hours of Work: The North Atlantic Divide Revisited (2006). Centre for Economic Performance, LSE / CEP Discussion Papers

(4) RePEc:cpb:memodm:158 Successful knowledge policies (2006). CPB Netherlands Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis / CPB Memoranda

(5) RePEc:dgr:uvatin:20060101 Periodic Unobserved Cycles in Seasonal Time Series with an Application to US Unemployment (2006). Tinbergen Institute / Tinbergen Institute Discussion Papers

Recent citations received in: 2005

(1) RePEc:clu:wpaper:0506-06 On the Value of Legal Representation (2005). Columbia University, Department of Economics / Discussion Papers

(2) RePEc:ctl:louvec:2005045 Competing for capital when labor is heterogeneous (2005). Université catholique de Louvain, Département des Sciences Economiques / Université catholique de Louvain, Département des Sciences Economiques Workin

(3) RePEc:fip:fedbwp:05-7 Borrowing costs and the demand for equity over the life cycle (2005). Federal Reserve Bank of Boston / Working Papers

(4) RePEc:gde:journl:gde_v64_n4_p423-464 Winners and Losers in the Italian Welfare State: A Microsimulation Analysis of Income Redistribution Considering In-Kind Transfers (2005). Giornale degli Economisti

(5) RePEc:nbr:nberwo:11570 Diversity and Redistribution (2005). National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc / NBER Working Papers

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