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The new 2024 Journal Citation Reports (JCR) edition and 2023 JIF values

Journal Citation Reports (JCR) is an analytical tool intended for assessing the quality of the journals indexed in the Web of Science (WoS) Core Collection databases.

We are pleased to announce that the 2024 JCR edition is already released. Major highlights of this edition:

  • Journals from the Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI) included in the new unified category rankings.
  • Covers more than 21,800 journals, including ~5,800 fully open-access journals.
  • Journal distribution by disciplines: 14,090 science journals, 7,321 social science journals, and 3,304 arts & humanities journals.
  • Scholarly journals from 113 countries are recognized and receive a Journal Impact Factor (JIF).
  • 544 journals receive JIF for the first time.

Journal Citation Reports JCR 2024

What will the new changes be in JCR 2024?


JCR 2024 Release Date: July 2, 2024


      • What is JCR?

      • What’s new in JCR 2024?

    What is JCR?

    Clarivate publishes journal citation reports once a year. It is accessible via the Web of Science Core Collection and has been connected with the Web of Science. Journal information, including impact factors, for the social and natural sciences is provided.

    With the help of publisher-independent metrics, data, and analysis from the most influential journals in the world that are part of the Science Citation Index Expanded (SCIE), Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI), Arts & Humanities Citation Index (AHCI), and the Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI), Journal Citation Reports compiles the significant relationships between citations generated by the research community.

    If you want a comprehensive and editorially chosen journal report, look no further than Journal Citation Reports. It has all you need to know about the factors that determine a journal’s worth and influence. A worldwide team of specialists is responsible for curating the structured data to guarantee accuracy in estimating journal impact. They constantly assess and choose which books, journals, and conference proceedings to include in the Web of Science Core Collection.

    Using the extensive data and metrics provided by the Journal Citation Reports, such as the Journal Impact Factor (JIF) and the Journal Citation Indicator (JCI), you may benefit from these professional insights as you investigate the primary factors that contribute to a journal’s worth.

    What’s new in JCR 2024?

    No Arts and Humanities Journal Impact Factor (JIF) rankings will be in the 2024 Journal Citation Reports (JCR). Still, there will be new unified rankings for 229 categories within the social sciences and sciences. More than 7,200 journals, including approximately 7,000 from ESCI and 200 from the Arts & Humanities Citation IndexTM (AHCI), will have new subject category rankings with comprehensive JIF criteria in the JCR 2024 release. There will probably be more journals in each ranking category once ESCI journals with Impact Factors and SCIE journals merge.

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