Journal Rankings in Business and Management and the 2001 Research Assessment Exercise in the UK

47 Pages Posted: 20 Jun 2004

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Janet Geary

London Metropolitan University

Liz Mariott

Independent IT Consultant

Michael Rowlinson

Queen Mary, University of London

Abstract

The public availability of detailed data from the 2001 Research Assessment Exercise in the UK allows an analysis of the publications cited in submissions to the Business and Management panel. Eighty per cent of the 9,942 publications submitted were journal articles. Submissions to the RAE can be scored in terms of the number of citations they make to journals that appear on various lists, such as the Financial Times list. The concentration of articles in a minority of journals, with 50% of all citations to just 126 journals, means that a core list of business and management journals can be compiled. The core list presented contains 562 journals out of the 1582 journal titles that were cited in Business and Management submissions. It includes all journals with more than two citations overall at least one citation in a 5*, 5 or 4 rated submission. It also includes all journals cited in the RAE from Starbuck's ranked lists of journals and the Financial Times list.

Suggested Citation

Geary, Janet and Mariott, Liz and Rowlinson, Michael, Journal Rankings in Business and Management and the 2001 Research Assessment Exercise in the UK. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=549762

Janet Geary

London Metropolitan University

London, N7 8HN
United Kingdom

Liz Mariott

Independent IT Consultant

Michael Rowlinson (Contact Author)

Queen Mary, University of London ( email )

Mile End Road
London, London E1 4NS
United Kingdom

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