In June, IMF Economic Review received its first Impact Factor—2.100—with the release of Thomson Reuters’ latest Journal Citation Reports (JCR). This is a notable achievement for a journal that only published its first issue in August 2010.
Olivier Blanchard, the IMF’s Economic Counsellor, commented: “We are very pleased with this outcome. It is very hard to introduce a new journal and get it so fast on the map.”
IMF Economic Review was ranked 39th (out of 320 journals) in the Economicscategory and 9th (out of 80 journals) in the Business and
The Research Summaries in the March 2013 Research Bulletin discuss "Trade Finance and Its Role in the Great Trade Collapse" (JaeBin Ahn) and "Sovereign Debt: How to Track Who Is Buying and Selling It" (Serkan Arslanalp and Takahiro Tsuda). The Q&A looks at "Seven Questions on the Implications of Global Supply Chains for Real Effective Exchange Rates" (Rudolfs Bems). Readers can also find in this issue a listing of recent IMF Working Papers, Staff Discussion Notes, and Recommended Readings from IMF Publications. The Bulletin also includes a call for papers for a research conference and information on free access to the IMF Economic Review in April.
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release of the latest Thomson Reuters Journal Citation Reports ®, ranking 25th out of 333 journals in the Economicscategory and 5th out of 89 journals in the Business and Finance category.
Since its debut in August 2010, the journal has published high-quality articles from prominent economists such as Viral V. Acharya, Patrick Bolton, Ricardo Caballero, Peter Diamond, and Hyun Song Shin. The expert research published in the journal has influenced academia, the broader research community, and policymakers worldwide.
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The research summaries in the September 2012 issue of the IMF Research Bulletin are "Surges in Capital Flows: Why History Repeats Itself" (by Mahvash S. Qureshi) and "The LIC-BRIC Linkage: Growth Spillovers" (by Issouf Samake, Yongzheng Yang, and Catherine Pattillo). The Q&A covers "Seven Questions on Monetary Transmission in Low-Income Countries" (by Prachi Mishra and Peter Montiel). "Conversations with a Visiting Scholar" features an interview with IMF Fellow Olivier Coibion. Also included in this issue are details on the IMF Fellowship Program, visiting scholars at the IMF, a listing of recently published IMF Working Papers and Staff Discussion Notes, and an announcement on IMF Economic Review's first Impact Factor.
The September 2016 issue of the IMF Research Bulletin includes the following two Research Summaries: “A New Look at Bank Capital” (by Jihad Dagher, Giovanni Dell’Ariccia, Luc Laeven, Lev Ratnovski, and Hui Tong) and “Does Growth Create Jobs?: Evidence for Advance and Developing Economies (by Zidong An, Nathalie Gonzalez Prieto, Prakash Loungani, and Saurabh Mishra). The Q&A article by Rabah Arezki discusses “Seven Questions on Rethinking the Oil Market in the Aftermath of the 2014-16 Price Slump.” A listing of recent IMF Working Papers, Staff Discussion Notes, and Recommended Readings from IMF Publications are also included. Readers can also find an announcement on the 2016 Annual Research Conference and links to top cited 2015 articles in the IMF Economic Review.
The IMF Economic Review has received its new Impact Factor, 2.53, with the release of the latest Thomson Reuters Journal Citation Reports .
This marks an increase from last year’s impressive first Impact Factor of 2.1. The journal’s rankings have risen to 25/332 in the Economicscategory and 5/86 in the Business, Finance category. The Impact Factor is a measure of the frequency with which the average article in a journal has been cited in a particular year or period.
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