The editorial and publishing teams of Review of International Business and Strategy are very pleased to inform you that the journal has been accepted in the Thomson Reuters Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI).
The Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI) was launched late 2015 as a new database within Thomson Reuters’ Web of Science™ Core Collection, in order to complement the existing Web of Science databases (the Science Citation Index Expanded, the Social Science Citation Index, and the Arts & Humanities Citation Index).
Review of International Business and Strategy has been accepted in the ESCI for its high quality peer reviewed content related to international business and global strategy. As well as providing a mark of quality for the journal, inclusion in the ESCI will allow papers published in the journal to be searchable, discoverable and citable via the Web of Science. Through visibility in the Web of Science, authors will likely increase their H-index and influence in their fields.
The journal welcomes papers and proposals for special issues. Please visit the journal’s web site for more information:
Some facts about the Review of International Business and Strategy (RIBS)
- The journal is supported by a high profile international Editorial Board http://www.emeraldgrouppublishing.com/products/journals/editorial_team.htm?id=ribs
- To ensure rigour in published articles, Review of International Business and Strategy operates a double blind peer review process with a minimum of two reviewers per paper
- Timeframe from submission to initial decision is on average 28 days in 2016 YTD, guaranteeing a timely service to authors
- The journal has been accepted in the Thomson Reuters Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI) for its high quality peer reviewed content related to International Business and global strategy
- The journal is indexed in Scopus: citations there have increased by 37.5% between 2012 and 2015. Each article has already received an average of over 4 citations since the journal has been indexed in July 2015. RIBS is also ranked by The Australian Business Deans Council (ABDC)
- Article downloads have increased by 46.5% in three years (from 38,433 in 2013 to 56,331 in 2015). Articles are read more widely as the journal grows its influence in the field
Please forward this very good news to your peers and colleagues.
Dr Hussain G. Rammal, Co-Editor Review of International Business and Strategy
University of Technology Sydney, Australia
Prof Elizabeth Rose, Co-Editor Review of International Business and Strategy
University of Otago, New Zealand