The most cited publications of our faculty

The most cited publications of our faculty

(Based on Harzing's Publish or Perish and Google Scholar)
[# number of citations] – January 2018

[1939] Botond Kőszegi, Matthew Rabin. November 2006. “A Model of Reference-Dependent Preferences”. The Quarterly Journal of Economics. 121 (4), pp. 1133–1165.

[1044] Jonathan Gruber, Botond Kőszegi. November 2001. “Is Addiction “Rational”? Theory and Evidence”. The Quarterly Journal of Economics. 116 (4), pp. 1261–1303.

[1025] David Card, Jochen Kluve, Andrea Weber. November 2010. “Active Labour Market Policy Evaluations: A Meta-Analysis”. The Economic Journal Volume. 120 (548), pp. F452-F477.

[936] László Mátyás. May 1997. "Proper Econometric Specification of the Gravity Model".The World Economy. 20 (3), pp. 363–368.

[614] Botond Kőszegi, Matthew Rabin. September, 2007. “Reference-Dependent Risk Attitudes”. American Economic Review. 97 (4), pp. 1047-1073.

[553] László Mátyás, Patrick Sevestre (eds.). 1996. "The Econometrics of Panel Data - Fundamentals and Recent Developments in Theory and Practice". Springer

[501] Miklós Koren, Silvana Tenreyro. February 2007. “Volatility and Development”.  The Quarterly Journal of Economics. 122 (1), pp. 243–287.

[491] Gene M. Grossman, Elhanan Helpman, Ádám Szeidl. September 2006. "Optimal Integration Strategies for the Multinational Firm". Journal of International Economics. 70 (1), pp. 216-238.

[419] László Halpern, Miklós Koren, Ádám Szeidl. 2015. "Imported Inputs and Productivity". American Economic Review. 105 (12), pp. 3660-3703.

[361] David Card, Ray Chetty, Andrea Weber. November 2007. "Cash-on-Hand and Competing Models of Intertemporal Behavior: New Evidence from the Labor Market". The Quarterly Journal of Economics. 122 (4), pp. 1511-1560.

[349] Dean Karlan, Markus Mobius, Tanya Rosenblat, Ádám Szeidl. August 2009. "Trust and Social Collateral". The Quarterly Journal of Economics. 124 (3), pp. 1307–1361.

[347] Ray Chetty, Adam Guren, Day Manoli, Andrea Weber. May 2011. "Are Micro and Macro Labor Supply Elasticities Consistent? A Review of Evidence on the Intensive and Extensive Margins." American Economic Review. 101 (3), pp. 471-75.

[334] Botond Kőszegi, Matthew Rabin. JUne 2009 2007. “Reference-Dependent Consumption Plans”. American Economic Review. 99 (3), pp. 909-36.

[307] László Mátyás. May 1998. "The Gravity Model: Some Econometric Considerations". The World Economy. 21 (3), pp. 397-401.