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Journal rankings, measurement of intellectual contributions, and related topics

Journal rankings, measurement of intellectual contributions, and related topics

Journal rankings offer important information for faculty, administrators, students, and other constituents. The history on the subject is long. Measurement of intellectual contributions allows constituents to gauge their research performance and thus provides guidance for future intellectual development. In this issue, we have nine different papers range from literature reviews, new journal ranking methods, journal influence analysis with respect to corporate finance research, and accounting education trends.


A complementary examination of author characteristics of finance journals,A research portfolio approach to evaluating finance journal quality,A review of studies on citations and journal ranking in finance,Accounting-education trends by authors from Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the United Kingdom,Journal features and impact factor,Journal Influence in Corporate Research,Quality weighted citations versus total citations in the sciences and social sciences, with an application to finance and accounting,Ranking of Finance Journals: A Stochastic Dominance Analysis,Ranking of institutions and academic journals: A selective review and a conceptual framework,Special issue on Journal rankings, measurement of intellectual contributions, and related topics

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