Counterfactual Impact Evaluation of Enterprise Support Policies: An Empirical Application to EU Co-Sponsored, National and Regional Programs
Bondonio, Daniele; Greenbaum, Robert T. (2010-07)
While the importance of enterprise support policies in the EU continues to grow, there remains only limited empirical evidence examining the effects of the policies on socially relevant outcomes such as employment. This ...
Who Pays for Retail Electric Deregulation?: Evidence of Cross-Subsidization from Complete Bill Data
Dormady, Noah; Hoyt, Matthew; Roa-Henriquez, Alfredo; Welch, William (2019-03-01)
Retail electric deregulation has been identified in the literature to have favorable price impacts to businesses and households because of the introduction of competition into rate-setting. Those studies often ignore the ...
The Consignment Mechanism in Carbon Markets: A Laboratory Investigation
Dormady, Noah; Healy, Paul J. (2018)
Unlike other auction-based carbon emission markets, California’s carbon market (AB32) utilizes a consignment auction design in which utilities are allocated a share of emissions permits that they must sell into the ...
The Continuing Growth of Global Cooperation Networks in Research: A Conundrum for National Governments
Wagner, Caroline S.; Park, Han Woo; Leydesdorff, Loet (2015-07-21)
Global scientific collaboration continues to grow as a share of all international scientific cooperation, measured as coauthorships of peer-reviewed, published papers. The percent of all scientific papers that are ...
Openness and Impact of Leading Scientific Countries
Wagner, Caroline S.; Whetsell, Travis; Baas, Jeroen; Jonkers, Koen (2018-03-28)
The rapid rise of international collaboration over the past three decades, demonstrated in coauthorship of scientific articles, raises the question of whether countries benefit from cooperative science and how this might ...
Betweenness and diversity in journal citation networks as measures of interdisciplinarity—A tribute to Eugene Garfield
Leydesdorff, Loet; Wagner, Caroline S.; Bornmann, Lutz (2017-10-04)
Journals were central to Eugene Garfield’s research interests. Among other things, journals are considered as units of analysis for bibliographic databases such as the Web of Science and Scopus. In addition to providing ...
LOST Stability? Consumption Taxes and the Cyclical Variability of State and Local Revenues
Hou, Yilin; Seligman, Jason S. (2010-09)
States and localities continue moving towards consumption taxes. Georgia’s local governments displace a portion of their property tax receipts with revenue from the Local Option Sales Tax. This paper employs a panel dataset ...
Generating clustered journal maps: an automated system for hierarchical classification
Leydesdorff, Loet; Bornmann, Lutz; Wagner, Caroline S. (2017-01-03)
Journal maps and classifications for 11,359 journals listed in the combined Journal Citation Reports 2015 of the Science and Social Sciences Citation Indexes are provided at https://leydesdorff.github.io/journals/ and ...
The Three Ages of Government: From the Person, to the Group, to the World
Raadschelders, Jos C. N. (2020)