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Impact Factor Rise for both 2 and 5 year Period for Econometrics Journal

  • Published Date: 21 June 2016

The Econometrics Journal 2-year Impact Factor for the most recent year [2015] is 1.116 up from last year’s 0.818.

In terms of the various category rankings, The Econometrics Journal has moved up 47 places on 2014 to 128/344 from 175/333 in the Economics ISI subject category and into the second quartile. In the Social Sciences, Mathematical Methods category, it has moved up eight places to 25/49 from 32/46 in 2014.

Furthermore, the 5-year Impact Factor continues to rise. It is now at its highest ever figure, 1.579 (up from 1.488 in 2014).

This increase in journal performance is a reflection of the hard work and effort by current and past editors see:
http://www.res.org.uk/view/editorialEconometrics.html and http://www.res.org.uk/view/PastEditors.html whose help and ongoing support of The Econometrics Journal is most appreciated.

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