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– By the end of 2014, more than 500 papers were posted on the portal of HEC Paris on SSRN
– For the first time, in January 2015, the collection has exceeded the number of 8 papers uploaded in a month
– In 2014, HEC Paris researchers posted 88 papers on SSRN. The most represented disciplines are “Finance” and “Economics and Decision Sciences”.
– HEC Paris is ranked #8 among the 1 000 top international business schools thanks to the 35 770 downloads in 2014.
– Statistics indicate that, as of the end of 2014, HEC Paris faculty member Alberto Alemanno ranks 18th (out of 3,000 authors) on SSRN’s list of the 100 most-cited law professors.
Christmas Economics – A Sleigh Ride by Laura Birg (University of Goettingen) and Anna Goeddeke (Reutlingen University – ESB Business School) – November 17, 2014.
“Do you believe that at Christmas time the gas prices, the economy and the number of suicides peak? Do you think that the value of presents you are giving to your beloved is of importance? We show in this paper that conventional wisdom about Christmas is often doubtful. Furthermore, we give an idea of how Santa Claus — and maybe you — is able to finance Christmas celebrations, why emergency departments are a place to especially avoid during this time of the year and why Christmas tree growers might care to explain the differences across species to you this year. We cannot clearly establish whether Christmas entails a welfare loss or gain, however, we give you an idea as to which institutional settings might reduce a potential welfare loss. Also, we give advice about which behaviours might get you more Christmas presents from Santa this year. Finally, we find that more research is needed to give conclusive reasons why Santa Claus actually brings presents to (nearly) everyone.”
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As of December 12, there were 1,051,707 live ORCID IDs and 196,344 ORCID IDs with at least one work.
87 papers have been submitted within the last 12 months, bringing the number of papers published under the name of HEC Paris to 630 for the last 10 years, contributions from 110 authors who are (or have been) affiliated with HEC Paris. There are 491 papers in the collection HEC Paris Research Paper Series on SSRN.
The papers in the HEC collection have been downloaded 34 388 times over the last 12 months, an average of 54 downloads per paper. HEC ranks 8 out of 1 000 international business schools on this statistic.
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To know the 5 most downloaded papers week after week, connect to the SSRN blog. This week (10 October), the first paper comes from the Economics department of Stanford University and the third one – from the Economics department of Emory University.
- A Brief Introduction to the Basics of Game Theory by Matthew Jackson (Stanford University – Department of Economics)
- ‘A Diamond is Forever’ and Other Fairy Tales: The Relationship between Wedding Expenses and Marriage Duration by Andrew M. Francis (Emory University – Department of Economics) and Hugo M. Mialon (Emory University – Department of Economics)
- Scam Compliance and the Psychology of Persuasion by David Modic (University of Exeter) and Stephen E. G. Lea (University of Exeter – College of Life and Environmental Sciences)
- Six Provocations for Big Data by Danah Boyd (Microsoft Research) and Kate Crawford (Microsoft Research)
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