Papers In Regional Science web
Pontos Posição
CEF.UP+NIPE (average of all rankings) (2012) 21.11 217/501
Australian RC (2010) 75.0 176/479
CNRS (2008) 60.0 147/336
Engemann and Wall (2009) 0.6 62/65
Ideas discounted recursive impact factor (2012) 1.71 201/396
ISI, JCR SSE, Article Influence Score (2010) 5.42 181/316
ISI, JCR SSE, Impact Factor (2010) 16.63 130/388
Kodrzycki and Yu (2006) 0.51 144/177
Qualis (2008) 37.5 173/200
Schneider and Ursprung (2008) 20.0 239/278
Source Normalized Impact per Paper (SNIP) (2011) 17.45 109/476
Article Influence Score (2019) 0.61 239/428
Impact Factor (2019) 2.22 136/440
Impact Factor (5 year) (2019) 2.17 179/428
SJR - Scimago (2019) 0.91 224/549
Count (2021) 1.0 597/651
Artigos 18:

Intraregional Trade Shares for Goods-Producing Industries: RPC Estimates Using EU Data
Michael Lahr, João Pedro Ferreira, Johannes R. Tobben
vol. 99, 2020, p. 1583-1605.

Comparing the Quality of Life of Cities That Gained and Lost Population: An Assessment with DEA and the Malmquist Index
Carla A. E. Amado, Ana Paula Barreira, Sérgio P. dos Santos, Maria Helena Enes Guimarães
vol. 98, 2019, p. 2075-2097.

Impact of Macro-structural Reforms on the Productivity Growth of Regions: Distance to the Frontier Matters
Sabine D'Costa, Enrique Garcilazo, Joaquim Oliveira Martins
vol. 98, 2019, p. 133-166.

A CGE approach to measuring the impacts of EU structural funds in a small open economy.
Mario Fortuna, Francisco Silva, Maria Teresa Medeiros Garcia
vol. 95, 2016, p. 507-538.

A decision support method to identify target geographic markets for health care providers.
Pierre Polzin , José Borges , António Coelho
vol. 95, 2016, p. 843-863.

Rectracted: Smart specialization in the EU: RIS3 conditionality, innovation and cohesion.
Argentino Pessoa
vol. 95, 2016, p. 439-439.

Creative Clustering: The Location of Independent Investors
Paulo Guimarães, Johnathan Munn, Douglas Woodward
vol. 94, 2015, p. 45-65.

The Use of Game Theory in Regional Economics: A Quantitative Retrospective
Sandra Tavares Silva, Isabel Mota, Filipe Grilo
vol. 94, 2015, p. 421-441.

Collaboration Objectives and the Location of the University Partner: Evidence from the Piedmont Region in Italy
Isabel Maria Bodas Freitas, Federica Rossi, Aldo Geuna
vol. 93, 2014, p. S203-26.

Finite Sample Properties of Moran`s I Test for Spatial Autocorrelation in Tobit Models
Pedro Amaral, Luc Anselin
vol. 93, 2014, p. 773-781.

Testing for Labour Pooling as a Source of Agglomeration Economies: Evidence for Labour Markets in England and Wales
Patricia Melo, Daniel J. Graham
vol. 93, 2014, p. 31-52.

Models of Spatial Competition: A Critical Review
Ricardo Biscaia, Isabel Mota
vol. 92, 2013, p. 851-871.

The Determinants of Location Choice: Single Plants versus Multi-plants
António Brandão, Isabel Mota
vol. 92, 2013, p. 31-49.

The Core-Periphery Model with Three Regions and More
Sofia Castro, João Correia da Silva, Pascal Mossay
vol. 91, 2012, p. 401-418.

Regional Wage Differentials in Portugal: Static and Dynamic Approaches
João Manuel Rodrigues Pereira, Aurora Galego
vol. 90, 2011, p. 529-548.

FDI Spillovers at Regional Level: Evidence from Portugal
Nuno Crespo, Maria Paula Fontoura, Isabel Proença
vol. 88, 2009, p. 591-607.

A Note on Agglomeration and the Location of Multinational Firms
José Pedro Pontes, John Parr
vol. 84, 2005, p. 509-518.

Demand for Information and Communication Technology-Based Services and Regional Economic Development
Eduardo Anselmo de Castro, Chris Jensen Butler
vol. 82, 2003, p. 27-50.