Saturday, May 06, 2017

law, economic development, journal ranking

Law & Society Review
Impact Factor: 1.22
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2015: 48/142 (Sociology); 50/149 (Law)
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Journal of Legal Studies

1/39 in Jurisprudence and Legal Theory
2/34 in Economics
7/100 in Public Policy, Politics, and the Law
impact factor: 0.99
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Law & Social Inquiry
Impact Factor: 0.861
Ranking: 2015: 73/149 (Law)
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Social & Legal Studies
2014 Impact Factor: 0.620
Social & Legal Studies is a leading international journal, publishing progressive, interdisciplinary and critical approaches to socio-legal study. The journal is committed to feminist, post-colonial and socialist economic perspectives to the study of law. It offers an intellectual space where diverse traditions and critical approaches within legal study meet, and aims to promote greater understanding of work being carried out in less academically dominant countries.
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The Journal of Law, Economics and Organization 
The Journal of Law, Economics, & Organization is an interdisciplinary exercise. It seeks to promote an understanding of many complex phenomena by examining such matters from a combined law, economics, and organization perspective (or a two-way combination thereof).
In this connection, we use the term organization broadly - to include scholarship drawing on political science, psychology and sociology, among other fields. It also holds the study of institutions - especially economic, legal, and political institutions - to be specifically important and greatly in need of careful analytic study.
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impact factor: 1.372
96/344 (Economics)
40/147 (Law)


Journal of Law and Society
SSCI
Impact Factor: 0.686

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2015: 81/149 (Law); 90/142 (Sociology)

Journal of Law and Economics
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#14 out of 46 in Economics and #11 out of 45 in Social Science
impact factor: 0.27

Established in 1958, The Journal of Law and Economics publishes research on a broad range of topics including the economic analysis of regulation and the behavior of regulated firms, the political economy of legislation and legislative processes, law and finance, corporate finance and governance, and industrial organization. The journal has published some of the most influential and widely cited articles in these areas. It is an invaluable resource for academics as well as those interested in cutting-edge analysis of current public policy issues.

Journal of Legal Education
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combined score + impact factor
1 Journal of Empirical Legal Studies
2 Law & Social Inquiry
3 Law & Society Review
4 The Journal of Legal Studies
5 The Journal of Law & Economics
6 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies
7 The Journal of Law, Economics and Organization
8 American Law and Economics Review
9 Law & Policy
10 Review of Law & Economics (2005-) [online]
11 Asian Journal of Law and Economics (2010-)[online]
12 Journal of Legal Economics
13 Research in Law and Economics: A Journal of Policy
14 The Law and Development Review (2008-)[online]

impact factor
1 The Journal of Legal Studies 0.93
2 Journal of Empirical Legal Studies (2004-) 0.76
3 Law & Social Inquiry 0.46
4 American Law and Economics Review 0.39
5 Law & Society Review 0.33
6 The Journal of Law, Economics and Organization 0.31
7 The Journal of Law & Economics 0.28
8 Law & Policy 0.19
9 Review of Law & Economics (2005-) [online] 0.14
10 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 0.12
11 Asian Journal of Law and Economics (2010-)[online] 0.04
12 Journal of Legal Economics 0.03
13 The Law and Development Review (2008-)[online] 0
14 Research in Law and Economics: A Journal of Policy


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