ABDC JOURNAL QUALITY LIST 2013

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ABDC JOURNAL QUALITY LIST 2013

Postby mgcrisp » Wed Jul 23, 2014 8:56 pm

In 2007, Australian Business Deans Council (ABDC) established an ABDC Journal Quality list for use by its member business schools. The aim of this initial list was to overcome the regional and discipline bias of international lists. An independent chair and discipline-specific panels reviewed the ABDC Journal Quality List in 2013 and 2009, with the next review expected to occur in 2016-17.

The ABDC Journal Quality List 2013 comprises 2,767 different journal titles, divided into four categories of quality, A*: 6.9%; A: 20.8%; B: 28.4%; and C: 43.9% journals. In each Field of Research (FoR) group, journals deemed NOT to reach the quality threshold level are not listed. See disaggregated summary across FoRs.

http://www.abdc.edu.au/pages/abdc-journal-quality-list-2013.html
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