Two College Journals Recognized for Impact in Discipline
August 31, 2011
Two academic journals edited by College of Business faculty members have been recognized for their impact in their respective disciplines by Thomson Reuter’s Journal Citation Report.
These journals are the International Review of Economics and Finance and the Journal of Managerial Psychology. IREF is edited by Dr. Hamid Beladi, the IBC Bank Senior Faculty Fellow in Economics. The journal, published by Elsevier, is devoted to the publication of high-quality theoretical and empirical articles in all areas of international economics, macroeconomics and financial economics.
“In general the impact factors measure the contributions that the journal makes to a profession based on citations published by scholars, reputation and visibility of the journal. In particular it shows the number of times that a paper published in a journal is cited.” said Beladi.
The Journal of Managerial Psychology is edited by Dr. Dianna Stone, professor of management. Produced by Emerald Publishing, the journal focuses on a variety of international and domestic issues in industrial and organizational psychology, organizational behavior, human resource management and applied social psychology.
The College of Business is home to six academic journals edited by business faculty members. Additional journals include Frontiers of Economics and Globalization and the North American Journal of Economics and Finance, both edited by Beladi; the Journal of School Choice, edited by Dr. John Merrifield, professor of economics; and the Journal of Technical Analysis, edited by Dr. Julie Dahlquist, lecturer in finance.
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