Most cited papers

2022-05-25

Google scholar citations (2012-2022) - May 2022

Vuong, Q.H. (2021) The semiconducting principle of monetary and environmental values exchange, Economics and Business Letters, 10(3), 284-290. 166 citations

Javid, A.Y. , M. Javid and Z.A. Awan (2013) Electricity consumption and economic growth: evidence from Pakistan, Economics and Business Letters, 2(1), 21-32. 79 citations

Bökemeier, B. and Greiner, A. (2015) On the relation between public debt and economic growth: An empirical investigation, Economics and Business Letters, 4(4), 137-150. 43 citations

Tanaka, Y. (2013) Irrelevance of the choice of strategic variables in duopoly under relative profit maximization, Economics and Business Letters2(2), 75-83. 38 citations

Oude Lansink, A., and Wall, A. (2014) Frontier models for evaluating environmental efficiency: an overview, Economics and Business Letters3(1), 43-50. 35 citations

 

WoS (articles 2015-2022) - May 2022

Vuong, Q.H. (2021) The semiconducting principle of monetary and environmental values exchange, Economics and Business Letters, 10(3), 284-290. 11 citations

Pala, A. (2020) Energy and economic growth in G20 countries: Panel cointegration analysis, Economics and Business Letters9(2), 56-72. 9 citations

Ämiri, Ä. & Linden, M. (2015) Income and total expenditure on health in OECD countries: Evidence from panel data and Hsiao’s version of Granger non-causality tests, Economics and Business Letters5(1), 1-9. 8 citations

 

Scopus (articles 2017-2022) - May 2022

Vuong, Q.H. (2021) The semiconducting principle of monetary and environmental values exchange, Economics and Business Letters, 10(3), 284-290. 15 citations

Huynh, T.L.D. & Burggraf, T. (2020) If worst comes to worst: Co-movement of global stock markets in the US-China trade war, Economics and Business Letters, 9(1), 21-30. 10 citations

Pala, A. (2020) Energy and economic growth in G20 countries: Panel cointegration analysis, Economics and Business Letters9(2), 56-72. 9 citations