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Top 5 Economics Journals (since January, 2021):
- Mike Abito with J. S. Han, J. F. Houde and A. van Benthem: “When Does Regulation Distort Costs? Lessons from Fuel Procurement in US Electricity Generation: Comment," American Economic Review, April 2021.
- Kyle Dempsey with Satyajit Chatterjee, Dean Corbae, and Jose-Victor Rios-Rull: “A Quantitative Theory of the Credit Score,” Econometrica, September 2023.
- Trevon Logan with Lisa D. Cook, Maggie E.C. Jones, and David Rosé: “The Evolution of Access to Public Accommodations in the United States,” Quarterly Journal of Economics, September 2023.
- Eric Mbakop with Max Tabord-Meehan. "Model Selection for Treatment Choice: Penalized Welfare Maximization," Econometrica, March, 2021
- Gabriel Mihalache with Cristina Arellano and Yan Bai: "Deadly Debt Crises: COVID-19 in Emerging Markets," Forthcoming at The Review of Economic Studies.
- John Rehbeck with Kirby Nielsen: “When Choices are Mistakes,” American Economic Review, July 2022.
- Matt Weinberg, Nathan Miller, and Gloria Sheu: "Oligopolistic Price Leadership and Mergers: The United States Beer Industry," AER, October 2021.
Top Science Journals (since January, 2021):
- Eric Mbakop with Caleb Kwon: "Estimation of the number of components of nonparametric multivariate finite mixture models," Annals of Statistics, August, 2021
- Bruce A. Weinberg with Reza Sattari, Jung Bae, and Enrico Berkes: “The ripple effects of funding on researchers and output,” Science Advances, April 2022.
- Bruce A. Weinberg with Ross, Matthew B., Britta Glennon, Raviv Murciano-Goroff, Enrico Berkes, and Julia I. Lane: “Women are credited less than men in science,” Nature, June 2022.
Top Field Economics Journals or Equivalent (since January, 2022)
- Yaron Azrieli: “Delegated expertise: Implementability with peer-monitoring,” Games and Economic Behavior, March 2022.
- Jason Blevins with Minhae Kim: “Nested Pseudo Likelihood Estimation of Continuous-Time Dynamic Discrete Games,” Forthcoming at Journal of Econometrics.
- Paul J. Healy with Agranov, Marina and Kirby Nielsen: “Stable Randomisation," Economic Journal, October 2023.
- Alex Hollingsworth, Black, Bernard, Leticia Nunes, and Kosali Simon: "Simulated power analyses for observational studies: An application to the Affordable Care Act Medicaid expansion.," Journal of Public Economics, September 2022.
- John Kagel with David Cooper: "Using Team Discussions to Understand Behavior in Indefinitely Repeated Prisoners Dilemma Games," AEJ: Micro, March 2022.
- Kurt Lavetti with Ian Schmutte: “Gender Differences in Sorting on Wages and Risk," Journal of Econometrics, June 2022.
- Dan Levin and Luyao Zhang: “Bridging Level-K to Nash Equilibrium,” Review of Economics and Statistics, November 2022.
- Dan Levin and James Peck: “Misbehavior in Common-Value Auctions,” Forthcoming at American Economic Journal, Microeconomics.
- Trevon Logan: "Whitelashing: Black Politicians, Taxes, and Violence," Journal of Economic History, March 2023.
- Gabriel Mihalache with Marina Azzimonti and Laura Karpuska: “Bargaining over Taxes and Entitlements in the Era of Unequal Growth,” International Economic Review, November 2022.
- John Rehbeck with Paul Feldman: “Revealing a Preference for Mixtures,” Quantitative Economics, May 2022.
- John Rehbeck with Roy Allen: “Latent complementarity in bundles models,” Journal of Econometrics, June 2022.
- Bruce A. Weinberg with Wei Cheng: “Marginalized and Overlooked_ Minoritized Groups and the Adoption of New Scientific Ideas,” Forthcoming at Journal of Labor Economics.
- Huanxing Yang with Jie Shuai and Lan Zhang: “Dominant firm and competitive bundling in oligopoly markets,” Games and Economic Behavior, March 2022.
- Huanxing Yang with Qiang Gong and Yujing Xu: “Long-Term Competition for Product Awareness with Learning From Friends,” Forthcoming at Rand Journal of Economics.