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; publication ; journals ; incentives ; economic methodology …Academic economists today are caught in a "Publication Impossibility Theorem Systemʺ or PITS. To further their careers … in such journals. Such academic competition is held to provide the right incentives for hard work, but there may be …
Academic economists today are caught in a ?Publication Impossibility Theorem System? or PITS. To further their careers … in such journals. Such academic competition is held to provide the right incentives for hard work, but there may be …, they are required to publish in A-journals, but this is impossible for the vast majority because there are few slots open …
Academic economists today are caught in a "Publication Impossibility Theorem System" or PITS. In order to further their … careers, they are required to publish in A-journals, but for the vast majority this is impossible because there are few slots … open for them in such journals. Such academic competition maybe useful to generate hard work; however, there may be serious …
Academic economists today are caught in a “Publication Impossibility Theorem System” or PITS. To further their careers …, they are required to publish in A-journals, but for the vast majority this is impossible because there are few slots open … in such journals. Such academic competition maybe useful to generate hard work, however, there may be serious negative …
Academic economists today are caught in a “Publication Impossibility Theorem System” or PITS. To further their careers … in such journals. Such academic competition is held to provide the right incentives for hard work, but there may be …, they are required to publish in A-journals, but this is impossible for the vast majority because there are few slots open …
Scholars today are under increasing pressure to publish in A-journals, the main role of which consists in certifying … and incentives to deviate from the truth. The overburdended reviewers? evaluations are characterized by selfish efforts to …
The Handelsblatt-Ranking for Business Administration has been published in 2012 for the second time and was boycotted by more than 300 academics. After describing the ranking and the main arguments for its boycott, essential contributions to the discussion about the ranking and its boycott are...