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Last Updated: Aug 25, 2016     Views: 37

There are two established sources of journal ranking data. The Journal Citation Reports (JCR) from Thomson Reuters and the journal rankings from Scopus from Elsevier.

For Journal Citation Reports (JCR) go to Databases and choose Web of Science.
Select: Journal Citation Reports from the menu bar on the top of the homepage.
Then "Select your group or region" > "Federation of Spain by FECYT". Please log out after use!
Select the JCR year for which you'd like information. 
Then select Edition and choose between SCIE (Science Citation Index Expanded) and/or SSCI (Social Science Citation Index)
Choose one or more subject categories from the pop-up by double clicking a desired category and adding it to the list (e.g Business, Economics, Management) or a specific journal (Journal of Marketing, MIS Quarterly).          

For Scopus go to Databases and choose Scopus.(Use IE 9 or higher, or Google Chrome or Firefox browsers).


See also:

The SCImago Journal and Country Rank portal provides an easy to use Journal Indicators facility based on Scopus data.

Publish or Perish is a free software program that uses Google Scholar as its data source.

The UK Association of Business Schools produces an Academic Journal Guide.

The FT 45 Journals used in FT Research Rank of business schools includes practitioner journals (e.g. Harvard Business Review) often omitted in citation-based rankings.

For additional web resources, including papers that discuss ranking of business and management journals, see:
Journal Quality List from Anne-Wil Harzing.

Journal Rankings in Business - University of Western Ontario Libraries

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