Journal Impact Report 2018

Citations

Palgrave Macmillan journals received increased citations

Our journals saw an increase in citations this year! Get free access to the most cited articles published from each journal, below. To find out more about an individual journal's metrics, visit the relevant journal page.

Top Cited Articles

Journal

Total Citation Growth 2017–2018

Most Cited Article Published in 2018

Risk Management 

+49%

The two-moment decision model with additive risks

British Politics

+44%

The Changing British Policy Style: From Governance to Government?

Higher Education Policy

+41%

Competition in Science: Links Between Publication Pressure, Grant Pressure and the Academic Job Market

BioSocieties

+40%

Treating pigs: Balancing standardisation and individual treatments in translational neonatology research

European Political Science

+37%

The 2015 refugee crisis was not a turning point: explaining policy inertia in EU border control

The European Journal of Development Research

+28%

Upgrading, Interactive Learning, and Innovation Systems in Value Chain Interventions

IMF Economic Review

+27%

The External Wealth of Nations Revisited: International Financial Integration in the Aftermath of the Global Financial Crisis

URBAN DESIGN International

+27%

Measuring the complexity of urban form and design

Journal of International Relations and Development

+27%

Exploring overlapping regionalism

Security Journal

+23%

Analyzing the threat of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) to nuclear facilities

Journal of International Business Studies

+21%

Home country supportiveness/unfavorableness and outward foreign direct investment from China

The Geneva Risk and Insurance Review

+20%

On the properties of high-order non-monetary measures for risks

Asian Business & Management

+19%

The role of tax havens and offshore financial centers in Asia-Pacific networks: evidence from firm-subsidiary connections

The Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance - Issues and Practice

+19%

The Impact of Digitalization on the Insurance Value Chain and the Insurability of Risks

Feminist Review

+19%

gender, violence and the neoliberal state in India

International Politics

+17%

Revisiting world society

Comparative European Politics

+16%

Challenging the age of austerity: Disruptive agency after the global economic crisis

Contemporary Political Theory

+13%

Populism, anti-populism and crisis

Journal of Public Health Policy

+12%

Complexity and conflicts of interest statements: a case-study of emails exchanged between Coca-Cola and the principal investigators of the International Study of Childhood Obesity, Lifestyle and the Environment (ISCOLE)

Social Theory & Health

+12%

Different uses of Bronfenbrenner’s ecological theory in public mental health research: what is their value for guiding public mental health policy and practice?

Maritime Economics & Logistics

+11%

Long-term dynamics of shipping and icebreaker capacity along the Northern Sea Route

Acta Politica

+6%

Indifference and alienation: Diverging dimensions of electoral dealignment in Europe

Journal of Brand Management

*new

20 Years of brand personality: a bibliometric review and research agenda