publication . Preprint . 2011

Where are the poor in International Economics?

Luis Carvalho; Aurora A.C. Teixeira;
Open Access
  • Published: 01 Sep 2011
Despite the fact that a very significant proportion of the human population is living with financial difficulties and other constraints typical of poverty, scientific studies in the areas of Economics and especially in International Economics that address the issue of poverty and of poor countries are very few. Using bibliometric techniques, we measured the attention paid by authors from the field of International Economics to poverty and poor countries. To this end, we sorted and analyzed all articles published in the most important journal in the field, the Journal of International Economics (JIE) over the last forty years. Evidence shows that the authors who ...
free text keywords: International Economics; Poor Countries; Poverty; Bibliometrics, jel:I39, jel:F00, jel:C89
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