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Is Scholarly Refereeing Productive (at the Margin)?

Aboozar Hadavand, Daniel S. Hamermesh, Wesley W. Wilson

NBER Working Paper No. 26614
Issued in January 2020

---- Acknowledgments ----

We thank the participants in both surveys that we sent out, and Belinda Archbong, Garry Barrett, Andre Burgstaller, Colin Cameron, Steven Deller, Andrew Leigh, Andrew Oswald, Glen Waddell and participants in seminars at several universities for helpful comments. The views expressed herein are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Bureau of Economic Research.

---- Disclosure of Financial Relationships for Daniel S. Hamermesh ----

1. No funding was received to support this research;

2. I have not received any funds from any individual, group or organization that has a financial ideological or political stake related to the article. I do not that I am the Editor of Economic Inquiry and an employee of the Western Economics Association International (WEAI) who owns the journal, but this is not related to the article itself.

3. I am an employee of the WEAI, but that involvement is not related to the article.

4. I have no close relatives or partners related to the paper.

5. No party had the right to revise the paper prior to its circulation

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