Just released: 2016 journal Impact Factors

16/06/2017

We're delighted to announce that the latest Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI), produced by Thompson Reuters, shows improved Impact Factors on all ECPR's co-published journals.

The most notable IF increase was European Political Science, published in association with Palgrave-Macmillan. This journal also enjoyed a rise in ranking, leaping 45 places up the table, from 113 in 2015, to 68 in 2016.

Congratulations to the EPS editorial team of Daniel Stockemer, Ekaterina Rashkova, Alasdair Blair, and Lasse Thomassen for their exceptional efforts.

European Political Science Review, published in association with Cambridge University Press, has improved its ranking from 54 to 47 – another good gain.

Unfortunately, because the titles above the European Journal of Political Research (published in association with Wiley-Blackwell) also improved their Impact Factors, EJPR slipped in the rankings from 9 to 13, despite its own IF increase.

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