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    This study examines survey data on the views of editors of economics journals on common critiques of the discipline, ethics and editorial practices, and the role of prestige and status in publishing. We utilize an ordered probit model to investigate whether editors or journal characteristics are systematically related to editors' views, controlling for gender and editorial position. Regression results show that editors from top-ranked journals are less likely to agree with common disciplinary critiques, more likely to support market solutions and less likely to agree with concerns about editorial practices. © EEA 2021.


    Ann Mari May, Mary G McGarvey, Yana van der Meulen Rodgers, Mark Killingsworth. Critiques, Ethics, Prestige and Status: A Survey of Editors in Economics. Eastern economic journal. 2021;47(2):295-318

    PMID: 33716351

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