Revista

Nome:
Labour Economics web
Rankings:
Pontos Posição
CEF.UP+NIPE (average of all rankings) (2012) 34.68 85/501
ABS (2010) 75.0 117/288
Australian RC (2010) 75.0 106/479
Carlos III (2010) 20.0 82/153
CNRS (2008) 60.0 112/336
Combes and Linnemer (2003) 33.0 111/253
Ideas discounted recursive impact factor (2012) 15.61 35/396
ISI, JCR SSE, Article Influence Score (2010) 8.16 118/316
ISI, JCR SSE, Impact Factor (2010) 10.54 228/388
Kalaitzidakis et al (2010) 3.06 50/196
Kodrzycki and Yu (2006) 4.79 63/177
Lubrano et al (2003) 40.0 84/211
Qualis (2008) 75.0 64/200
Ritzberger (2008) 3.14 91/153
Schneider and Ursprung (2008) 40.0 131/278
Source Normalized Impact per Paper (SNIP) (2011) 13.27 166/476
Tinbergen Institute (2011) 25.0 112/119
Count 1.0 85/634
SJR (2016) 1.13 161/470
Artigos 20:

Job Polarization, Technological Change and Routinization: Evidence for Portugal
Tiago Fonseca, Francisco Lima, Sónia Pereira
vol. 51, 2018, p. 317-339.

Are Starting Wages Reduced by an Insurance Premium for Preventing Wage Decline? Testing the Prediction of Harris and Holmstrom (1982)
Joop Hartog, Pedro Raposo
vol. 48, 2017, p. 105-119.

Do Public Health Interventions Crowd Out Private Health Investments? Malaria Control Policies in Eritrea
Alex Armand, Pedro Carneiro, Andrea Locatelli, Selam Mihreteab, Joseph Keating
vol. 45, 2017, p. 107-115.

Labor Demand Research: Toward a Better Match between Better Theory and Better Data
John Addison, Pedro Portugal, José Varejão
vol. 30, 2014, p. 4-11.

Wage Rigidity and Employment Adjustment at the Firm Level: Evidence from Survey Data
Daniel Dias, Fernando Martins, Carlos Robalo Marques
vol. 23, 2013, p. 40-49.

Excess Worker Turnover and Fixed-Term Contracts: Causal Evidence in a Two-Tier System
Alvaro Novo, Mário Centeno
vol. 19, 2012, p. 320-328.

Firms` Price and Wage Adjustment in Europe: Survey Evidence on Nominal Stickiness
Martine Druant, Silvia Fabiani, Fernando Martins, Roberto Sabbatini, Gábor Kézdi, Ana Lamo
vol. 19, 2012, p. 772-782.

Labour Market Flows: Facts from the United Kingdom
Pedro Gomes
vol. 19, 2012, p. 165-175.

Does Employment Protection Help Immigrants? Evidence from European Labor Markets
Filipa Sa
vol. 18, 2011, p. 624-642.

Firms Relative Sensitivity to Aggregate Shocks and the Dynamics of Gross Job Flows
Eugénio Pinto
vol. 18, 2011, p. 111-119.

On-the-Job Training and Rigidity of Employment Protection in the Developing World: Evidence from Differential Enforcement
Rita Almeida, Reyes Aterido
vol. 18, 2011, p. 71-82.

An Empirical Assessment of Assortative Matching in the Labor Market
Rute Mendes, Gerard van den Berg, Maarten Lindeboom
vol. 17, 2010, p. 919-929.

Evaluating Job-Search Programs for Old and Young Individuals: Heterogeneous Impact on Unemployment Duration
Luis Centeno, Mário Centeno, Alvaro Novo
vol. 16, 2009, p. 12-25.

Firm Heterogeneity and Wages in Unionised Labour Markets: Theory and Evidence
Paulo Bastos, Natália Monteiro, Odd Rune Straume
vol. 16, 2009, p. 440-450.

The Return to Firm Investments in Human Capital
Rita Almeida, Pedro Carneiro
vol. 39, 2009, p. 97-106.

Wage Mobility: Do Institutions Make a Difference?
Ana Rute Cardoso
vol. 13, 2006, p. 387-404.

Does Education Reduce Wage Inequality? Quantile Regression Evidence from 16 Countries
Pedro Silva Martins, Pedro Telhado Pereira
vol. 11, 2004, p. 355-371.

An Analysis of Labour Adjustment Costs in Unionized Economies
Leonor Modesto, Jonathan Thomas
vol. 8, 2001, p. 475-501.

Returns to Education in Portugal
José Cabral Vieira
vol. 6, 1999, p. 535-541.

Some Specification Issues in Unemployment Duration Analysis
John Addison, Pedro Portugal
vol. 5, 1998, p. 53-66.

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