Ranking Economics Departments in a Contested Discipline: A Bibliometric Approach to Quality Equality Between Theoretically Distinct Sub–disciplines (Frederic S. Lee, Therese C. Grijalva, and Clifford Nowell).
Citation Metrics: Serious Drawbacks, Perverse Incentives and Strategic Options for Heterodox Economics (Jakob Kapeller).
Research Quality Rankings of Heterodox Economic Journals in a Contested Discipline (Frederic S. Lee and Bruce C. Cronin, assisted by Scott McConnell and Erik Dean).
Increasing the Impact of Heterodox Work: Insights from RoSE (Martha A. Starr).
The Diffusion of Heterodox Economics (Bruce Cronin).
Pluralism at Risk? Heterodox Economic Approaches and the Evaluation of Economic Research in Italy (Marcella Corsi, Carlo D Ippoliti and Federico Lucidi).
Research Evaluation Down Under: An Outsider s View from the Inside of the Australian Approach (Harry Bloch).
Economic Performance and Institutional Economics in Poland after 1989 (Agnieszka Ziomek).
From Heterodoxy to Orthodoxy and Vice Versa: Economics and Social Sciences in the Division of Academic Work (Dieter Bögenhold).
The Economists of Tomorrow: The Case for Assertive Pluralism in Economics Education(Alan Freeman).
Heterodox Economics and the Scientist s Role in Society (Marco Novarese and Andrea Pozzali).