List of professional journals registered in WoS, Scopus and Academic Journal Guide databases
The attached file contains journals belonging to the field of management and economics, registered in the Web of Science and Scopus databases, and possibly evaluated according to Academic Journal Guide by Association of Business Schools.
These are articles from the discipline groups:
Web of Science – Economics; Business; Business, Finance; Management; Operations Research & Management Science; Industrial Relations & Labor.
Scopus – Business, Management and Accounting (miscellaneous); Accounting; Business and International Management; Management Information Systems; Management of Technology and Innovation; Marketing; Organizational Behaviour and Human Resource Management; Strategy and Management; Industrial relations; Decision Sciences (miscellaneous); Information Systems and Management; Management Science and Operations Research; Statistics, Probability and Uncertainty; Economics, Econometrics and Finance (miscellaneous); Economics and Econometrics; Finance, which is used in the evaluation of research organisations and evaluation of programmes of targeted support for research, development and innovation according to the Methodology M17+ for the discipline 5.2 Economics and Business.
Some journals are listed multiple times (they feature in multiple categories) and the ranking of the journals according to the Academic Journal Guide by Association of Business Schools is stated.
Note: This does not involve an exhaustive list of “desirable” or supported journals. The purpose of the list is to enable easier orientation of the overwhelming number of disciplines and journals that are available. These are journals that contribute to the discipline evaluation of the Faculty of Management of the University of Economics. The Academic Journal Guide also contains other journals, which are also evaluated in terms of publishing activities at the Faculty of Management of the University of Economics, as these are outputs recognised by the international scientific community in the given discipline.