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International Political Science Review

The statistics shown below contain data since 1 November 2018.
Basic Information

Publisher: SAGE
Founded in: 1980
URL: http://journals.sagepub.com/home/ips
Twitter: @IPSR_Journal
Rank:
• 75/176 in Political Science (Web of Science 2017)
Category: Political Science

Authors per paper:
     Average: 1.6
     Median: 2
References per paper:
     Average: 40
     Median: 40
Altmetric Attention Score per paper:
     Average: 4.2
     Median: 7

Journal Interlinkages
Latest papers

Too big to fault? Effects of the 2010 Nobel Peace Prize on Norwegian exports to China and foreign policy
International Political Science Review 2019-01-10

Mismatch between lower performance and higher trust in the civil service: Can culture provide an explanation?
International Political Science Review 2019-01-02

Social life and political trust in China: Searching for machers and schmoozers
International Political Science Review 2018-12-31

Closer to the state, closer to the polls? The different impact of corruption on turnout among public employees and other citizens
International Political Science Review 2018-12-03

Do perceptions of electoral malpractice undermine democratic satisfaction? The US in comparative perspective
International Political Science Review 2018-11-28

Introduction to Pippa Norris, ‘Do public perceptions of electoral malpractice undermine democratic satisfaction? The US in comparative perspective’
International Political Science Review 2018-11-28

Towards inclusive peace: Analysing gender-sensitive peace agreements 2000–2016
International Political Science Review 2018-11-27

The securitisation of migration: Its limits and consequences
International Political Science Review 2018-11-26

The more concentrated, the better represented? The geographical concentration of immigrants and their descriptive representation in the German mixed-member system
International Political Science Review 2018-11-22

Courts and informal networks: Towards a relational perspective on judicial politics outside Western democracies
International Political Science Review 2018-11-13

Anatomy of an informal institution: The ‘Gentlemen’s Pact’ and judicial selection in Mexico, 1917–1994
International Political Science Review 2018-11-13

Informal networks and judicial decisions: Insights from the Supreme Court of the Philippines, 1986–2015
International Political Science Review 2018-11-13

Sustaining and jeopardising a credible arbiter: Judicial networks in Benin’s consolidating democracy
International Political Science Review 2018-11-13

The contributions of Jean A. Laponce to political science
International Political Science Review 2018-11-13

Patronal politics, judicial networks and collective judicial autonomy in post-Soviet Ukraine
International Political Science Review 2018-11-13

Impactful papers (6 months)

Cited Half-Life

Cited publication years:

Cited median publication year:
2011