Journal

Name:
Journal Of Post Keynesian Economics web
Rankings:
Points Position
CEF.UP+NIPE (average of all rankings) (2012) 27.89 146/501
ABS (2010) 50.0 173/288
Australian RC (2010) 75.0 123/479
Axarloglou and Theoharakis (2003) 2.06 75/94
Carlos III (2010) 10.0 115/153
CNRS (2008) 40.0 240/336
Combes and Linnemer (2003) 33.0 120/253
Ideas discounted recursive impact factor (2012) 0.39 310/396
ISI, JCR SSE, Article Influence Score (2010) 1.07 302/316
ISI, JCR SSE, Impact Factor (2010) 3.42 357/388
Kalaitzidakis et al (2010) 0.01 184/196
Kodrzycki and Yu (2006) 0.31 160/177
Lubrano et al (2003) 40.0 131/211
Qualis (2008) 100.0 23/200
Schneider and Ursprung (2008) 20.0 206/278
Source Normalized Impact per Paper (SNIP) (2011) 8.97 288/476
Count 1.0 156/632
SJR (2016) 0.41 331/470
Articles 7:

Political aspects of the capital controversies and capitalist crises.
Nuno Ornelas Martins
vol. 39, 2016, p. 473-494.

Growth Rates Constrained by Internal and External Imbalances and the Role of Relative Prices: Empirical Evidence from Portugal
Elias Soukiazis, Pedro André Cerqueira, Micaela Antunes
vol. 36, 2013, p. 275-298.

Demand-Led versus Supply-Led Growth Transitions
Kevin Nell
vol. 34, 2012, p. 713-747.

Nonconvex Adjustment Costs, Hysteresis, and the Macrodynamics of Employment
Paulo Vasconcelos, Paulo R. Mota
vol. 35, 2012, p. 93-112.

Application of the Balance-of-Payments-Constrained Growth Model to Portugal, 1965-2008
Micaela Antunes, Elias Soukiazis
vol. 34, 2011, p. 353-379.

Sen´s Capability Approach and Post Keynesianism: Similarities, Distinctions, and the Cambridge Tradition
Nuno Ornelas Martins
vol. 31, 2009, p. 691-706.

The Endogenous/Exogenous Nature of South Africas Money Supply under Direct and Indirect Monetary Control Measures
Kevin Nell
vol. 23, 2001, p. 313-329.

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