English, Article edition: Rankings of academic journals in accounting, finance, and information system: Perception from the college chairpersons Ji Wu; Qian Hao; Michelle Y.M. Yao

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  • Rankings of academic journals in accounting, finance, and information system: Perception from the college chairpersons
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  • Ji Wu
  • Qian Hao
  • Michelle Y.M. Yao
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  • Purpose – The purpose of this paper is report the importance of research publications for the tenure promotion and for faculty in accounting, finance, and information system (IS) areas, developing valid criteria for the assessment of quality in related journals is necessary. Design/​methodology/​approach – Existing rankings are usually based on a survey among faculty members, while ignoring the chairs' critical role in tenure evaluation. This paper uses department chairs' responses to a survey asking to assess relative journal quality, and hence provides quantitative standards to measure research productivity. The rankings are primarily obtained by the familiarity-rank position index method. Different sets of rankings for the decision-makers in universities, with various requirements for research are provide. Findings – It is found that the rankings in accounting and finance areas are consistent with the prior research, but the rankings in the IS have changed significantly. This difference to the rapid growth in the field of IS is attributed. The robustness check also corroborates the ranking lists. Originality/​value – In addition, this paper reports not only a comprehensive ranking list including most journals in accounting, finance, and IS areas, but also separate rankings in each field.
  • Accounting, Finance, Information systems, Publications, Research
  • RePEc:eme:ijaipp:v:17:y:2009:i:1:p:66-105
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  • English
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