Journal

Name:
Singapore Economic Review web
Rankings:
Points Position
CEF.UP+NIPE (average of all rankings) (2012) 5.95 456/501
Australian RC (2010) 50.0 331/479
Ideas discounted recursive impact factor (2012) 0.23 335/396
ISI, JCR SSE, Impact Factor (2010) 1.74 383/388
Source Normalized Impact per Paper (SNIP) (2011) 1.8 458/476
Article Influence Score (2018) 0.09 419/430
Impact Factor (2018) 0.5 403/439
Impact Factor (5 year) (2018) 0.54 409/430
SJR - Scimago (2018) 0.21 397/454
Count (2019) 1.0 202/636
Articles 10:

Wage Subsidies and the Labor Supply of Older People: Evidence from Singapore's Workfare Income Supplement Scheme
Tiago Freire
vol. 63, 2018, p. 1101-1139.

Single Market Non-compliance: How Relevant Is the Institutional Setting?
Natália Barbosa, Maria Helena Guimarães, Ana Paula Faria
vol. 62, 2017, p. 1115-1135.

The Impact of Population Ageing on Economic Growth: A Bibliometric Survey
N. Renuga Nagarajan, Aurora Teixeira, Sandra Tavares Silva
vol. 62, 2017, p. 275-296.

How the 1978 Foreign Domestic Workers Law Increased the Labor Supply of Singaporean Women
Tiago Freire
vol. 61, 2016, p. 1-19.

Economic Growth Effects of an International Crisis
Óscar Afonso, Rui Henrique Alves
vol. 60, 2015, p. 1-16.

Determinants of Students` Willingness to Pay for Violent Crime Reduction
Aurora Teixeira, Mafalda Soeiro
vol. 58, 2013, p. 1-34.

The Effects of Foreign Direct Investment on the Host Country's Economic Growth: Theory and Empirical Evidence
Rui Moura, Rosa Forte
vol. 58, 2013, p. 1-28.

Heterogeneity on the Technical Efficiency in Japanese Airports
Carlos Pestana Barros, Shunsuke Managi, Yuichiro Yoshida
vol. 56, 2011, p. 523-534.

Exchange Rate Pass-Through in ASEAN: Implications for the Prospects of Monetary Integration in the Region
Carlos Cortinhas
vol. 54, 2009, p. 657-687.

Capital Gains: Blue Machines and Red Machines
Luís Francisco Aguiar-Conraria, Karl Shell
vol. 50, 2005, p. 437-447.

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