Is Most Economics Research Never Cited?

In a recent blog post in the LA Times entitled “Are most academic papers really worthless? Don’t trust this worthless statistic”, MICHAEL HILTZIK counters the widely held belief that most research is never cited.  To read, click here.   So just how frequently, or infrequently, is academic research cited?  It turns out, the question is not so easy to answer. To read more about that, click here and here.  

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