APSA preferred journal list (Political Science)

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APSA preferred journal list (Political Science)

Postby mgcrisp » Sat Sep 26, 2015 3:59 pm

In 2010 the Excellence in Research in Australia initiative used a set of journal rankings as part of the basis for assessing research quality in Australian higher education. These rankings were subsequently dropped for ERA2012 but many universities continue to use them for internal assessment purposes. The APSA Executive decided that, as the peak body in political science and international relations in Australia, it would be beneficial to our community if we provided our own updated preferred journal rankings for the 1606 and 1605 FOR codes to be used in combination with other metric data rather than relying on the artefact of the ERA 2010 rankings. This list has been reviewed and updated by a sub-group of the Executive in August 2013.

http://www.auspsa.org.au/sites/default/files/final_apsa_2013_ranked_journal_list.xlsx
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Re: APSA preferred journal list (Political Science)

Postby aplefMQ » Fri Nov 06, 2015 8:49 am

Hi Mike
Jason and I found out about this earlier in the year. I'm surprised it wasn't already being used by our researchers. We'll be looking at this and will let you know if we uncover any data quality items of interest.
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Re: APSA preferred journal list (Political Science)

Postby mgcrisp » Sat Nov 07, 2015 9:21 pm

Great stuff. I am interested in anything you uncover regarding journal lists.

Also, if you know of any others that aren't listed here already please add them to the list.

Cheers

Mike
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