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Discussion Papers in Economics / Department of Economics, University of Sussex Business School


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Impact Factor

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5-Years IF

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5-Years H index

Main indicators


Raw data


IF AIF IF5 DOC CDO CCU CIF CIT D2Y C2Y D5Y C5Y %SC CiY II AII
19900.11000 (%)0.06
19910.12200 (%)0.04
19920.1114162722 (%)0.05
19930.060.130.0642010.053161161 (%)0.06
19940.141232101820 (%)0.06
19950.060.180.09104230.072161323 (%)0.1
19960.050.220.0534520.043221422 (%)0.1
19970.220.1965180.163713438 (%)0.09
19980.245120.04935 (%)0.13
19990.35110.02631 (%)0.15
20000.360.055140.080191 (%)0.14
20010.360.225150.1092 (%)0.17
20020.370.175140.08061 (%)0.18
20030.395140.0800 (%)0.19
20040.45190.1800 (%)0.18
20050.435170.1400 (%)0.21
20060.455180.1600 (%)0.19
20070.385150.100 (%)0.17
20080.395130.0600 (%)0.17
20090.365120.0400 (%)0.17
20100.345150.100 (%)0.15
20110.45120.0400 (%)0.19
20120.445100 (%)0.2
20130.495100 (%)0.2
20140.525100 (%)0.23
20150.535100 (%)0.23
20160.615200 (%)0.26
20170.625211 (%)0.27
20180.745211 (%)0.32
IF: Impact Factor: C2Y / D2Y
AIF: Average Impact Factor for series in RePEc in year y
IF5: Impact Factor: C5Y / D5Y
DOC: Number of documents published in year y
CDO: Cumulative number of documents published until year y
CCU: Cumulative number of citations to papers published until year y
CIF: Cumulative impact factor
CIT: Number of citations to papers published 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
D5Y: Number of articles published in y-1 until y-5
C5Y: Cites in y to articles published in y-1 until y-5
%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
II: Immediacy Index: CiY / Documents.
AII: Average Immediacy Index for series in RePEc in year y

 

50 most cited documents in this series:


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11997Rates of Return to Educational Qualifications in the Transitional Economies. (1997). . In: Discussion Papers in Economics. RePEc:sus:susedp:03/97.

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21992Are foreign exchange markets really efficient?. (1992). Johnson, A ; Alexander, C O. In: Discussion Papers in Economics. RePEc:sus:susedp:10/92.

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31997The impact of changes in human fertility on poverty. (1997). . In: Discussion Papers in Economics. RePEc:sus:susedp:01/97.

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41992Unions and the wage distribution in Ireland. (1992). . In: Discussion Papers in Economics. RePEc:sus:susedp:18/92.

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6
51992Measuring the effects of 1992. (1992). Smith, Alasdair. In: Discussion Papers in Economics. RePEc:sus:susedp:07/92.

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61994The impact of a large multinational organisation on a small local economy. (1994). Hall, Mike . In: Discussion Papers in Economics. RePEc:sus:susedp:04/94.

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4
71992Crime, deterrence and unemployment in England and Wales: an empirical analysis. (1992). . In: Discussion Papers in Economics. RePEc:sus:susedp:12/92.

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3
81997Exchange-rate pass-through in Japanese export pricing. (1997). Kikuchi, Ayumi . In: Discussion Papers in Economics. RePEc:sus:susedp:06/97.

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3
91993Common volatility in the foreign exchange market. (1993). . In: Discussion Papers in Economics. RePEc:sus:susedp:4/93.

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3
101994A supply side model of the UK economy: an application of non-linear cointegration. (1994). Allen, Chris. In: Discussion Papers in Economics. RePEc:sus:susedp:11/94.

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2
111994Unions, safety committees and workplace injuries. (1994). Holl, Peter ; Paci, Pierella . In: Discussion Papers in Economics. RePEc:sus:susedp:2/94.

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2
121995Seasonal price movements and unit roots in Indonesian rice market integration. (1995). Wyeth, John . In: Discussion Papers in Economics. RePEc:sus:susedp:01/95.

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13Further Evidence on the sensitivity of unit-root tests to structural breaks: anapplication to developing country output series. (1996). . In: Discussion Papers in Economics. RePEc:sus:susedp:02/96.

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141996The impacts of individual land titling in Mbeere, eastern Kenya. (1996). Hunt, Diana . In: Discussion Papers in Economics. RePEc:sus:susedp:01/96.

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151994Factor mobility, trade liberalisation. (1994). Gasiorek, Michael . In: Discussion Papers in Economics. RePEc:sus:susedp:08/94.

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161996Primary commodity and manufactured goods prices in the long run: new evidence on the prebisch-singer hypothesis. (1996). . In: Discussion Papers in Economics. RePEc:sus:susedp:03/96.

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17Are Nash bargaining wage agreements unique: an investigation into bargaining sets for firm-union negotiations. (1994). Ledermann, W. In: Discussion Papers in Economics. RePEc:sus:susedp:12/94.

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