Marco Malgarini

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The aim of this paper is to understand whether the probability of receiving positive peer reviews is influenced by having published in an independently assessed, high-ranking journal: we eventually interpret a positive relationship among peer evaluation and journal ranking as evidence that journal ratings are good predictors of article quality. The analysis(More)
Since the beginning of the recent recession, there has been a growing interest in timely information about lending conditions in the corporate sector: indeed, access to credit is one of the main channels through which a financial crisis may spread to the real sector of the economy. This may be particularly true in the case of Italy, where banking credit is(More)
The purpose of the present paper is to study how households form inflation expectations using a novel survey dataset of Italian households. We extend the existing ‘inattentiveness’ literature by incorporating explicitly inflation targets and distinguishing between aggregate and disaggregate dynamics based on demographic groups. We also consider both the(More)
Introduction Article level metrics are usually the preferred choice for research evaluation. However, for recent articles they may be integrated or substituted considering some measure of journal impact (Abramo et al., 2012). The use of journal level metrics is also often considered as particularly appealing for administrative purposes, because of their(More)
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