An assessment of South Africa’s research journals: Impact factors, Eigenfactors and structure of editorial boards

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Pouris, Androniki E.M.; Pouris, Anastassios;

Scientific journals play an important role in academic information exchange and their assessment is of interest to science authorities, editors and researchers. The assessment of journals is of particular interest to South African authorities as the country's universiti... View more
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