Impact Factors of Supply Chain Management Journals

SCM Research

A good indication for this development are the 2017 JCR journal impact factors , which have just been released. The only SCM journal with an impact factor above 6 is Journal of Supply Chain Management (6.105). Three SCM journals have impact factors between 4 and 5: Journal of Operations Management (4.899), International Journal of Production Economics (4.407) and International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management (4.215).

Impact Factors of Supply Chain Management Journals

SCM Research

Few days ago, Thomson Reuters published the 2015 impact factors of well-known management journals as part of their Journal Citation Reports. Two SCM-related journals have an impact factor of 4 or larger: Journal of Supply Chain Management and Journal of Operations Management. Two other journals have an impact factor between 2.5 and 3: Supply Chain Management: An International Journal and Journal of Purchasing & Supply Management.

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Impact Factors of Supply Chain Management Journals

SCM Research

Few days ago, Thomson Reuters published the 2015 impact factors of well-known management journals as part of their Journal Citation Reports. Two SCM-related journals have an impact factor of 4 or larger: Journal of Supply Chain Management and Journal of Operations Management. Two other journals have an impact factor between 2.5 and 3: Supply Chain Management: An International Journal and Journal of Purchasing & Supply Management.

Ranking SCM Journals: VHB-JOURQUAL 3

SCM Research

The German Academic Association for Business Research (VHB) is about to publish JOURQUAL 3 , a journal ranking based on the ratings of more than 1,100 VHB members. A-graded SCM journals are: Production and Operations Management and Journal of Operations Management. Finally, International Journal of Logistics: Research and Applications , International Journal of Logistics Management and Logistics Research received the grade C.

2022 Research: The Rapid Rise of Ocean Freight Visibility

Download this a benchmark study from FourKites and The Journal of Commerce exploring how international shippers’ usage of global supply chain visibility technology has evolved since the onset of global disruptions caused by COVID-19.

2018 Impact Factors of SCM Journals

SCM Research

Claviate Analytics have recently published their newest InCites Journal Citation Reports. It is great to see that the 2018 impact factors of all but one journals related to supply chain management have increased, which highlights the rapidly growing relevance of our discipline again. Two journals have an impact factor larger than 7: Journal of Operations Managemen t (7.776; +2.9) and Journal of Supply Chain Management (7.125; +1.0).

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Ranking SCM Journals: ABS Academic Journal Guide 2015

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The UK-based Association of Business Schools (ABS) has published its Academic Journal Guide. It is the successor of the often criticized Academic Journal Quality Guide. And this is how the new Guide ranks supply chain management journals: The only grade 4* (“excellent”) journal is: Journal of Operations Management. Research Journal Ranking Supply Chain Management

Impact Factors of Supply Chain Management Journals

SCM Research

Some weeks ago, Thomson Reuters published the impact factors of well-known management journals as part of their Journal Citation Reports. I looked up the impact factors of several supply chain management journals. At least two SCM-related journals have an impact factor larger than 3, indicating that they belong to the best in class in the management realm: Journal of Operations Management and Journal of Supply Chain Management.

The Shaman’s Journal Now Available

Supply Chain Shaman

Today, I launched the The Supply Chain Shaman’s Journal. The Journal will be published quarterly, and will be a collection of posts from the Supply Chain Shaman blog. Each Journal is centered around a theme. In the meantime it can be downloaded as a.pdf from the Supply Chain Insights Journal page. So, the design of the Journal is meant to enable readers access what I have written here in an easily digestible format. The Journal will publish quarterly.

Art of freight journalism

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On today’s episode, Dooner and The Dude are highlighting some of FreightWaves’ brightest reporters. Learn how they investigate and source stories, what’s newsworthy and what makes a headline click.

Getting Starry-eyed about Journals (Guest Post by Alan McKinnon)

SCM Research

My guest post today comes from Alan McKinnon who for several years has been raising concerns about the academic obsession with journal rankings and low rating of logistics/SCM journals. In a paper that I wrote five years ago I argued that the development of logistics/supply chain management (SCM) as a discipline was being impaired by the relatively low ranking of specialist journals in this field. Starry-eyed II: The Logistics Journal Ranking Debate Revisited.

The $67 Billion Tariff Loophole – The Wall Street Journal.

Operations and Supply Chain Management

I thought you would be interested in the following story from The Wall Street Journal. Download the Wall Street Journal app here: WSJ. The $67 Billion Tariff Loophole. – Bob

The Downside of SCM Journal Rankings

SCM Research

When analyzing the statistics of this blog, I found that SCM researchers appear to be very interested in posts concerning journal rankings, namely about the ABS Academic Journal Quality Guide and VHB-JOURQUAL. I would not have published them if I wasn’t sure journal rankings can be beneficial for our research community. Starry-eyed: Journal rankings and the future of logistics research. International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management, 43 (1).

Is It Time to Regulate AI? – The Wall Street Journal.

Operations and Supply Chain Management

I thought you would be interested in the following story from The Wall Street Journal. Download the Wall Street Journal app here: WSJ. Is It Time to Regulate AI? – Bob

The Best Team: AI and You – The Wall Street Journal.

Operations and Supply Chain Management

I thought you would be interested in the following story from The Wall Street Journal. Download the Wall Street Journal app here: WSJ. The Best Team: AI and You. – Bob

Covid-19 Forces Apple to Rely on China Staff – The Wall Street Journal.

Operations and Supply Chain Management

I thought you would be interested in the following story from The Wall Street Journal. Download the Wall Street Journal app here: WSJ. Covid-19 Forces Apple to Rely on China Staff. – Bob

Supply Chains Are Becoming Supply Webs – The Wall Street Journal.

Operations and Supply Chain Management

I thought you would be interested in the following story from The Wall Street Journal. Download the Wall Street Journal app here: WSJ. Supply Chains Are Becoming Supply Webs. – Bob

Chip Makers Stockpiled Neon Before Invasion – The Wall Street Journal.

Operations and Supply Chain Management

I thought you would be interested in the following story from The Wall Street Journal. Download the Wall Street Journal app here: WSJ. Chip Makers Stockpiled Neon Before Invasion. – Bob

Introducing the Journal of Supply Chain Management (Guest Post by the Co-Editors-in-Chief)

SCM Research

In today’s guest post, Mark Pagell, Brian Fugate and Barbra Flynn highlight what will guide them in their tenure as the new Co-Editors-in-Chief of the Journal of Supply Chain Management. The Journal’s mission will remain to be the journal of choice among supply chain scholars across disciplines, by attracting high-quality, high-impact behavioral research focusing on theory building and empirical methodologies. Research Article Guest Post Journal Supply Chain Management

Logistics journal sees jump in submissions and special issues

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As the Editor in Chief of the Logistics journal, I am striving to continuously improve the scope and reach of the journal, and explore innovative new topics that we are facing. Today the editorial staff and leaders reviewed the Logistics journal’s progress in 2021.

Manufacturers’ Good Problems – The Wall Street Journal.

Operations and Supply Chain Management

I thought you would be interested in the following story from The Wall Street Journal. Download the Wall Street Journal app here: WSJ. Manufacturers’ Good Problems. – Bob

European Tesla Plant Waits for Opening – The Wall Street Journal.

Operations and Supply Chain Management

I thought you would be interested in the following story from The Wall Street Journal. Download the Wall Street Journal app here: WSJ. European Tesla Plant Waits for Opening. – Bob

Editor’s Choice: The Journal to Perfect Delivery

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The post Editor’s Choice: The Journal to Perfect Delivery appeared first on Logistics Viewpoints. Note: Today’s post is part of our “Editor’s Choice” series where we highlight recent posts published by our sponsors that provide supply chain insights and advice.

Introducing the International Journal of Logistics: Research & Applications (Guest Post by the Editor-in-Chief)

SCM Research

In today’s guest post, Andrew Lyons, one of the two new Editors-in-Chief of the International Journal of Logistics: Research & Applications (IJoL) provides an introduction to his journal. The International Journal of Logistics: Research & Applications (IJoL) publishes original and challenging work that has a clear applicability to the business world. The journal covers all aspects of logistics and supply chain management.

Toyota, Honda See Lingering Shortages – The Wall Street Journal.

Operations and Supply Chain Management

I thought you would be interested in the following story from The Wall Street Journal. Download the Wall Street Journal app here: WSJ. Toyota, Honda See Lingering Shortages. – Bob

Introducing the Journal of Supply Chain Management (Guest Post by the Co-Editors-in-Chief)

SCM Research

In today’s guest post, Mark Pagell, Brian Fugate and Barbara Flynn highlight what will guide them in their tenure as the new Co-Editors-in-Chief of the Journal of Supply Chain Management. The Journal’s mission will remain to be the journal of choice among supply chain scholars across disciplines, by attracting high-quality, high-impact behavioral research focusing on theory building and empirical methodologies. Research Article Guest Post Journal Supply Chain Management

Introducing the Journal of Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Management (Guest Post by the Co-Editors)

SCM Research

In today’s guest post, Nezih Altay and Ira Haavisto, the new Co-Editors of the Journal of Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Management provide an introduction to their journal. Our vision for the journal is for it to be the premier publication choice for humanitarian logistics researchers and a leading knowledge resource for practitioners. Research Guest Post Humanitarian Logistics Journal Logistics Supply Chain Management