Identifying highly-rated journals? an Australian case study
A study undertaken in 1996 of Australia's performance in the high impact journals of a few selected fields of science has produced empirical data for examining the factors that influence peers in their choice of the 'highly-rated' journals in their field. A number of characteristics were used to compare the selected journals with those having the highest impact factor, as listed in ISI's Journal Citation Reports. This paper ranked journals on three impact factors - ISI's impact factor for two...[Show more]
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