Thursday, March 25, 2010

Google Scholar Weirdness

Google Scholar appears to update their database about once every 10 days. Then every 2-3 months they do a more fundamental reorganization, pruning multiple entries, shuffling things so articles appear again exactly in the order of most cited etc. In this most recent shuffle the main entry for my 1996 World Development paper disappeared entirely from their system. None of my other articles seems to have gone AWOL. Very strange.

P.S. 11 April

I found the missing paper - it is now attributed to "S Stern Michael, I David"

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