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: JOURNAL PERFORMANCE INDICATORS

 

According to Web of Science's All Database Citation Reports, TOURISM & MANAGEMENT STUDIES presents the following performance:

  • Nr. of published papers (2010-21): 358
  • Nr. of received citations 212-2021: 1350 (as of 18 January 2022). 2022 = 10; 2021 = 293; 2020 = 268; 2019 = 215; 2018 = 167; 2017 = 107)
  • Average citation per year: 135
  • Average citation per article: 3.72
  • H-index: 14

(Source: Web of Science's All Database Citation Reports, January 18, 2022).

Since 2017 the journal is also indexed in ESCI/WEB OF SCIENCE CORE COLLECTION, showing the following performance:

  • Nr. of published papers (2017-21): 135
  • Nr. of received citations for papers published 2017-2021: 367 (2021 = 150; 2020 = 120; 2019 = 60; 2018 = 24; 2017 = 4).
  • Average citation per year: 61.17
  • Average citation per article: 2.65
  • H-index: 9

(Source: Web of Science's All Database Citation Reports, 14 January, 2022.

The Journal Citation Indicator (JCI) in Web of Science Core Collection Journal Citation Report for 2020 was 0.29 JCI Quartile Q3.

Source: Web of Science Journal Citation Reports, 14 January 2022.

GOOGLE SCHOLAR indicators:

  • Total citations = 7012 (18.01.2022)
  • H-index = 37 (18.01.2022)
  • Hi10 index = 193 (18.01.2022)

SCOPUS

  • CiteScore for 2021: 0.7 (21 citations to 31 documents at the moment of the count). However, the number of citations is rising quickly, and on 19 January 2022 it had already 38 citations to 35 documents.
 
Posted: 2021-07-08
 
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Vol 17, No 4 (2021)

Table of Contents

Tourism: Research Papers

Mapping information systems maturity: the case of the Portuguese hospitality industry PDF
Nuno António, Gustavo Sá 7-21
Predictive potential of the bankruptcy global models in the tourism industry PDF
Agustín Del Castillo García, Sergio Manuel Fernández Miguélez 23-31
Territorial dimension in the internationalization of tourism destinations: Structuring factors in the post-COVID19 PDF
Maria do Rosário Campos Mira, Lisete Mendes Mónico, Zélia Jesus Breda 33-44

Management: Research Papers

Investigating the antecedents of innovative behaviors in the hotel industry of Turkey PDF
Sima Rahimizhian, Foad Irani 45-56