Evaluating the role specific scientific journals play for specific scientific communities is an important part of research assessment. Interdisciplinary and pluralistic authors are often penalized by existing journal rankings. Resources on this subject of interest to EAEPE members are compiled here. If you have revelant suggestions please send the link to email@example.com.
- Digital Impact Factors and Rankings of English Economics Journals 2011, by Edward Fullbrook.
- IDEAS/RePEc Simple Impact Factors for Journals.
- Mapping Interdisciplinarity at the Interfaces between the Science Citation Index and the Social Science Citation Index, by Loet Leydesdorf.
- Visualization of the Citation Impact Environments of Scientific Journals: An online mapping exercise, by Loet Leydesdorf.
- How Journal Rankings Can Suppress Interdisciplinary Research, a working paper by Ismael Rafols, Loet Leydesdorf, Alice O'Hare, Paul Nightingale and Andy Stirling.
- Economics and Research Assessment Systems, an article by Donald Gillies from the inaugural issue of Economic Thought: History, Philosophy and Methodology, a journal of the World Economics Association.
- Written evidence submitted by the UK Association for Heterodox Economics to Peer Review in Scientific Publications, Volume II: Additional Written Evidence, Science and Technology Committee, 8th Report of Session 2010-12, House of Commons, UK.
- How the UK REF risks narrowing economics, a short piece by Paul Jump in Times Higher Education.