Answered By: Shelagh Hewson
Last Updated: 19 Jun 2015     Views: 28

Journal quality lists use a wider range of factors than traditional citation measures such as Journal Impact Factor.  They are used in the field of business , economics and finance.  There are two major lists:

Academic Journal Quality Guide    

This list is based on citation statistics, peer review and  “judgement”  by its editioral board and experts in the field .  It is compiled by the Association of Business Schools and is relevant to the field of Business.   You can search for a journal by title or by subject.

Compiled and edited by Prof. Anne-Wil Harzing of Middlesex University, the rankings come from a variety of sources including the Academic Journal Quality Guide, Financial Times ranking and other international guides such as Erasmus Research Institute of Management Journals Listing.  This list has an international business focus.

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