2016 Impact Factor Reports: AMA Journals Continue to Impress

Matt Weingarden
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2016 Journal Impact Factor Report
Key Takeaways

​What? Thomson Reuters announced 2016 its citation report

So What? AMA's four journals each had strong rankings this year

Now What? Authors should continue to submit to AMA journals in order to receive broad recognition in the discipline.

AMA journals rank among the top publications in marketing, according to the Thomson Reuters 2016 Journal Citation Reports which include impact factors for the year 2015:

Equally impressive was the five-year impact factors for the journals (2011-2015):

In addition to the metrics provided by the most recent Journal Citation Report, the Journal of Marketing and Journal of Market Research were once again included in the Financial Times Top 50 business journals which FT uses to rank business schools, MBA programs, etc. The Financial Times has released their list three times starting in 2003 and each time, the two journals have been included.


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