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Scientific journals - rankings

    Journal Citation Reports present quantifiable statistical data that provides a systematic, objective way to evaluate the world's leading journals and their impact and influence in the global research community.

    SNIP (Source Normalized Impact per Paper) and SJR (SCImago Journal Rank) are both powered by SCOPUS and offer the value of context in the world of citations.

    The SCImago Journal & Country Rank is a portal that includes the journals and country scientific indicators developed from the information contained in the SCOPUS database.

    Eigenfactor ranks journals much as Google ranks websites. Scholarly references join journals together in a vast network of citations. Eigenfactor uses the structure of the entire network (instead of purely local citation information) to evaluate the importance of each journal.

    Journal ranking used by the Center for Advanced Studies in Management and Economics at Universidade de Évora.

    Journal ranking defined by the French National Committee for Scientific Research for the "Economics and Management" area.

    Journal Rankings used by the Tinbergen Institute to select and evaluate its reseachers.

    The Internal Kiel Institute Journal Ranking is an attempt to identify the best refereed journals that are relevant for the current research program of the Kiel Institute for the World Economy.

    Journal ranking used by the Centre for Economics Research at Keele University.

    The strategic purpose of the Erasmus Research Institute of Management (ERIM) Journals List is to contribute to the quality of the scientific output of ERIM and to the academic reputation of the institute. The ERIM Journals List (EJL) helps to define the core domain of ERIM and provides direction as to the type of publications that ERIM would like to produce. The practical purpose is to guarantee to the ERIM members and aspirant members that publications in the journals of the EJL will qualify for membership.

    The ABS Academic Journal Quality Guide is a hybrid based partly on peer review, partly on statistical information relating to citation, and partly upon editorial judgements following on from the detailed evaluation of many hundreds of publications over a long period.

    VHB-JOURQUAL: a ranking of journals relevant for business researchers based on judgments by the members of the German Academic Association for Business Research.

    ESSEC is one of the top French business schools. Its journal ranking list was established 14 years ago. The ranking of a journal was decided by a committee of seven ESSEC professors with outstanding performance in research. Factors considered are the aim and scope of the journal, the quality of its board, the SCCI impact factor, external opinions about the journal, quality of the papers, readership, scale of distribution in libraries, journal lifetime, refereeing process, etc.

    The ABDC Journal List is a collaborative list developed by the Australian Business Deans Council that seeks to list journals relevant to Australian business academics and group these journals into four quality categories.

    The Journal Quality List is a collation of journal rankings from a variety of sources. It is published primarily to assist academics to target papers at journals of an appropriate standard.