2016 Impact Factor Highlights
Palgrave Macmillan is delighted to announce our latest Impact Factors according to the Web of Science 2016 Journal Citation Reports®. Over 90% of our indexed journals have seen an increase in Impact Factor over the past year, with an average increase of 23%. We would like to thank all our editors, authors, reviewers and readers for their continued support.
To celebrate, we've rounded up the highlights of 2016 below and a selection of our most highly cited articles are now free to view until 31st August 2017. To find out more about an individual journal's Impact Factor please visit the relevant journal page.
Read high-impact articles from our indexed journals
We've rounded up the most-cited articles influencing the 2016 Impact Factors. These are all now free to view until 31st August 2017.
Business and Economics
- What drives the international ownership strategies of Chinese firms? The role of distance and home-country institutional factors in outward acquisitions
- Implementing a Participatory Model of Micro Health Insurance among Rural Poor with Evidence from Nepal
Politics and International Relations
- From 'greenest government ever' to 'get rid of all the green crap': David Cameron, the Conservatives and the environment
- A new era of European Integration? Governance of labour market and social policy since the sovereign debt crisis
- transcending the impact of the financial crisis in the United Kingdom: towards plan F-a feminist economic strategy