Top-Tier Journal

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A Top-Tier Journal is a research journal that is highly cited and whose editorial members are highly cited authors.



  • (Buchheit et al., 2002) ⇒ Steve Buchheit, Denton Collins, and Austin Reitenga. (2002). “A cross-discipline comparison of top-tier academic journal publication rates: 1997–1999.” In: Journal of Accounting Education 20, no. 2.
    • QUOTE: ... We analyze the difficulty of publishing in discipline-specific top-tier journals by considering (1) the number of available top-tier journal article slots, (2) the number of faculty vying for these slots, and (3) the type of academic institutions that typically capture these slots. 1. ...