Honours page Mark F.J. Steel
Fellow of the Journal of Econometrics
- Ranked first in a ranking of Dutch economists on the basis of publications in leading international journals over the period 1990-1994. Appeared in the national weekly magazine Intermediair, 32, December 22, (1995), 23-25.
- Ranking in the paper "Worldwide institutional rankings in econometrics: 1989-1995" by B. Baltagi, Econometric Theory, 14, (1998), 1-43:
Theoretical econometrics: rank 16 in number of articles and rank 27 in pages per author
All econometrics: rank 13 in number of articles and rank 32 in pages per author.
- Ranked ninth in a ranking of Dutch-trained or Dutch-based researchers on the basis of ISI impact factor weighted (S)SCI publications over the period 1993-1997. Appeared in the national weekly magazine Intermediair, 35, August 20, (1998), 43-45
(Note: Since I was no longer employed in the Netherlands, I am not included in later versions of this ranking)
- Ranking in the paper "Research in Econometric Theory: Quantitative and Qualitative Productivity Rankings", by F. Cribaro-Neto, M. Jensen and A. Novo, Econometric Theory, 15, (1999), 719-752:
rank 25 in number of pages and rank 36 in impact weighted number of pages (based on econometric theory publications weighted by number of authors over the period 1986-1996).
- Ranking in the paper “Worldwide institutional and individual rankings in econometrics over the period 1989-1999: An update” by B. Baltagi, Econometric Theory, 19, (2003), 165-224:
Theoretical Econometrics: rank 10 in number of papers and rank 23 in standardized page counts
All Econometrics: rank 8 in number of papers and rank 33 in standardized page counts.
- Ranking in the paper Worldwide econometrics rankings: 1989-2005 by B. Baltagi, Econometric Theory, 23, (2007), 952-1012:
Theoretical Econometrics: rank 27 in number of papers and rank 38 in standardized page counts
All Econometrics: rank 10 in number of papers and rank 29 in standardized page counts.
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