María Victoria Anauati

Departamento de Economima
Provincia de Buenos Aires

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Institutional Affiliation: Universidad de San Andres

NBER Working Papers and Publications

September 2018Differences in citation patterns across journal tiers: The case of economics
with Sebastian Galiani, Ramiro H. Gálvez: w25101
We study how citation patterns differ between journal tiers in economics. Concretely, we analyze citations patterns of more than 6,000 economics research articles published in top five, second tier, and top field economics journals between 1992 and 1996. In line with previous literature, we find that top five journals’ articles generally receive more citations and that the life cycles of those citations are longer. However, their influence (in term of citations) is overestimated: in its first twenty (five) years since publication, the median top five article accumulates 4.25 (around 3) as many citations when compared to the second tier and top field median article. We show that this ratio is strongly associated with the field of economics research (e.g. this ratio is the lowest for econome...

Published: María Victoria Anauati & Sebastian Galiani & Ramiro H. Gálvez, 2020. "DIFFERENCES IN CITATION PATTERNS ACROSS JOURNAL TIERS: THE CASE OF ECONOMICS," Economic Inquiry, vol 58(3), pages 1217-1232.

February 2015Collective Action: Experimental Evidence
with Brian Feld, Sebastian Galiani, Gustavo Torrens: w20936
We conducted a laboratory experiment to test the comparative statics predictions of a new approach to collective action games based on the method of stability sets. We find robust support for the main theoretical predictions. As we increase the payoff of a successful collective action (accruing to all players and only to those who contribute), the share of cooperators increases. The experiment also points to new avenues for refining the theory. We find that, as the payoff of a successful collective action increases, subjects tend to upgrade their prior beliefs as to the expected share of cooperators. Although this does not have a qualitative effect on comparative static predictions, using the reported distribution of beliefs rather than an ad hoc uniform distribution reduces the gap betwee...

Published: Anauati, María Victoria & Feld, Brian & Galiani, Sebastian & Torrens, Gustavo, 2016. "Collective action: Experimental evidence," Games and Economic Behavior, Elsevier, vol. 99(C), pages 36-55. citation courtesy of

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