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  • SPI (Scholarly Publishers Indicators)

    A project by the Spanish National Research Council's (CSIC) ILÍA Group.

    An information system that offers indicators and tools relating to academic publishers or publishers of interest for research in the fields of the humanities and the social sciences. The results are intended to provide an objective answer, or help to provide an objective answer, to the “prestige of the publisher” indicator used by evaluation agencies.

    There is a general ranking and a ranking by disciplines

  • List of Publishers - (Book Citation Index- Clarivate Analytics)

    The list of academic publishers that Thomson Reuters selects for the Book Citation Index.

  • Bipublishers: Bibliometric Indicators for Publishers

    Prepared by EC3Metrics, this provides indicators for analyzing research in monographs and academic publishers included in the Book Citation Index. Study and analysis of citation patterns in books and book chapters from academic publishers. It provides indicators for publishers in 4 large fields and 38 disciplines. It provides the following bibliometric indicators:

    • Number of books published
    • Number of chapters published
    • Total number of citations
    • Normalized number of citations according to the “Crown Indicator”
    • Index of activity: distribution of books in a particular field
  • Publishers Scholar Metrics

    A bibliometric index created by the EC3 research group (Evaluation of Science and Scientific Communication)

    This aims to measure the impact of the publishers of academic monographs by counting the citations of books published by academic staff and researchers from Spanish public universities indexed in Google Scholar up to 2012 in the fields of the humanities and social sciences.

    This project started out with the aim of satisfying and responding to the demand by the agencies that evaluate academic activity (CNEAI, ANEP, ANECA) to evaluate the performance of publishers and the books they publish.

    These agencies regard the following as preferential criteria: the number and quality of citations received; the prestige of the publisher; the editors; the collection in which it is published; reviews in specialist academic journals; translations; inclusion in bibliographies.

    This tool provides a response to the first two variables: the number and quality of the citations.

  • Academic Publishing Quality (CEA-APQ) Series Seal

    29 series have obtained the Seal of quality. Eight of them have also achieved special mentions of internationality.

    The seal is promoted by the Spanish Union of Academic Publishers (UNE) and endorsed by the National Quality and Accreditation Agency (ANECA) and the Spanish Science and Technology Foundation (FECYT).


  • MIAR (Matriu d'Inforemació per a l'avaluació de Revistes)

    A search for any ISSN in the system will find amongst the databases included in the matrix in which the journal is indexed, whether it is included in MIAR or not, and will calculate its ICDS (Composite Secondary Dissemination Index).

    It also provides information about the journal's presence in evaluation registers: the Spanish Science and Technology Foundation (FECYT) seal of quality, Scimago Journal Rank, CARHUS+, and CIRC, as well as the open access policy reflected by the ROMEO color.

  • CIRC Classification (Integrated Classification of Scientific Journals)

    Objective: the creation of a classification of academic journals in the social sciences and humanities according to their quality, integrating the results of existing positive evaluations by the different national evaluation agencies such as CNEAI and ANECA.

  • CARHUS Plus +

    Developed by AGAUR (Agència de Gestió d'Ajusts i de Recerca - Agency for Managing Meetings and Research).

    A list of quality academic journals in the social sciences and humanities with local, national, and international visibility. Sorted into 4 categories

  • DICE: Dissemination of Editorial Quality of Spanish Journals in the Humanities, Social Sciences, and Law

    Created by the Grupo de Investigación Evaluación de Publicaciones Científicas en Ciencias Sociales y Humanas and the IEDCYT (CSIC). ANECA uses this database as a quality reference for Spanish publications in its academic staff evaluation processes.

    The indicators are as follows: external evaluators; databases; evaluation of dissemination; external profile of the authors; insourcing of the contributions; number of Latindex criteria; ANEP category; ERIH category

  • RESH (Spanish Social Science and Humanities Journals) (2005-2009)

    An information system that integrates quality indicators for Spanish academic journals in the social sciences and humanities. It has been developed within the framework of the Integrated Evaluation of Spanish Social Science and Humanities Journals project.

    It is primarily intended for editors of journals, researchers, librarians, and evaluators of academic activity in Spain.

    The indicators that this platform offers and integrates are, in part, quality criteria: CNEAI, ANECA, and Latindex take dissemination, expert opinions, and impact into account in their evaluation systems.

  • List of journals wih FECYT Quality Seal
  • Reti: Portal sobre Indicadores de calidad de las revistas de traducción e interpretación
    On these pages you will find a list of academic journals in this area of knowledge with the quality indicators of the different resources evaluated by the accrediting bodies: AQU, ANECA and CNEAI. We have added more information, including links to various bibliographic catalogues, the requirements for the publication of articles according to the publisher and the permissions for self-archiving.



    The titles included in this catalog have been selected and classified by each partner country according to international criteria of editorial quality previously tested and agreed by the Sistema Latindex.

  • ERIH PLUS: European Reference Index for the Humanities

    A project promoted by the European Science Foundation. A list of quality journals in 14 specialties within the scope of the humanities.

    Its aim is to increase the visibility of the leading European journals in the humanities.

  • RECIB Ranking

    REDIB journals also indexed in WoS Core Collection, we will extract citation metrics over a rolling six-year period of time (each iteration analyzing citations from the latest full year to the previous five years) For all overlap journals, we would include citation counts and links with journals in the other segments of the WoS Core collection (Science Citation Index-Expanded, Social Sciences Citation Index, Arts & Humanities Citation Index, Emerging Sources Citation Index) to create the most complete picture of journal influence and impact possible.

Conference proceedings

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