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 along with a selection of our most highly cited articles. 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
Check out the most-cited articles influencing the 2016 Impact Factors.
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