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Publications on ERA Outlet Ranking

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  • McGuigan, N. (2015). "The Impact of Journal Rankings on Australasian Accounting Education Scholarship - A Personal View." Accounting Education 24(3), 187-207
  • Bennett, D., Genoni, P., & Haddow, G. (2011). "FoR codes pendulum: Publishing choices within Australian research assessment", Australian Universities' Review, 53(2), 88-98.
  • Cooper, S., & Poletti, A. (2011). "The new ERA of journal ranking: the consequences of Australia's fraught encounter with 'quality'". Australian Universities' Review, 53(1), 57-65.
  • Dobson, I. R. (2011) "A new ERA? Or a return to the dark ages?," NTEU Advocate, 18(1): 24-25.
  • Maslen, G., (2011) "Australia: No place for People and Place," University World News [online] Available:
  • Coulthard, D and Keller, S (2010), "Does ERA spell the end to the era of IS methodological pluralism?", in QualIT 2010 : Proceedings from the 5th International Conference on Qualitative Research in IT and IT in Qualitative Research, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Qld.
  • De Lange, P., B. O'Connell, et al. (2010). "The ERA: A Brave New World of Accountability for Australian University Accounting Schools." Australian Accounting Review 20(1): 24-37.
  • Haddow, G. and P. Genoni (2010) "Citation analysis and peer ranking of Australian social science journals." Scientometrics 85(2): 471-487.
  • Haslam, N. and P. Koval (2010). "Possible research area bias in the Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) draft journal rankings." Australian Journal of Psychology 62(2): 112-114.
  • Lamp, J. W. and J. Fisher (2010). "ERA Distribution of Information Systems Journals." Australasian Journal of Information Systems 16(2): 5-17. Click for PDF file
  • Michael Hall, C. (2010). "Publish and perish? Bibliometric analysis, journal ranking and the assessment of research quality in tourism." Tourism Management In Press, Corrected Proof.
  • Northcott, D. and S. Linacre (2010). "Producing Spaces for Academic Discourse: The Impact of Research Assessment Exercises and Journal Quality Rankings." Australian Accounting Review 20(1): 38-54.
  • Pontille, D. and D. Torny (2010). "The contraversial policies of journal ratings: evaluating social sciences and humanities." Research Evaluation 19(5): 347-360.
  • Spongberg, M. (2010). "feminist publishing in a cold climate?: 'Australian Feminist Studies' and the new ERA of research." Feminist Review 95(1): 99-110.
  • Vanclay, J. K. (2010). "An evaluation of the Australian Research Council's journal ranking." Journal of Informetrics 5: 265-274.
  • Adler, N. & A. Harzing (2009) "When Knowledge Wins: Transcending the Sense and Nonsense of Academic Rankings" Academy of Management Learning and Education 8(1), 72-95
  • Clarke, R. (2009). "A Citation Analysis of Australian Information Systems Researchers: Towards a New ERA?" Australasian Journal of Information Systems 15(2): 23-44. Click for PDF file
  • Fisher, J., G. Shanks and J. W. Lamp. (2009) "ERA Replaces RQF" Australasian Journal of Information Systems, 15(2), pp5-6 Click for PDF file
  • Genoni, P. and G. Haddow (2009). "ERA and the Ranking of Australian Humanities Journals." Australian Humanities Review 46: 7-26.
  • Haddow, G. & Genoni, P. (2009). "Australian education journals: Quantitative and qualitative indicators", Australian Academic & Research Libraries 40(2), 88-104
  • Jarwal, S., Brion, A. & King, M. (2009). "Measuring research quality using the journal impact factor, citations and 'Ranked Journals': Blunt instruments or inspired metrics?" Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management, 31(4), 289-300.
  • Lamp, J. W. (2009). "Journal Ranking and the Dreams of Academics." Online Information Review 33(4): 827-30. Click for PDF file
  • Smith, K & M Middleton (2009) "Australian Library & Information Studies (LIS) Researchers Ranking of LIS Journals" Australian Academic & Research Libraries, 40(1): 1-21.
  • Svantesson, D. J. B. and White, P. (2009) "Entering an era of research ranking - will innovation and diversity survive?," Bond Law Review 21(3), Article 7.
  • Yoo, B. (2009). "Developing an overall ranking of 79 marketing journals: An introduction of PRINQUAL to marketing." Australasian Marketing Journal 17(3): 160-174.
  • Clarke R. (2008) "An Exploratory Study of Information Systems Researcher Impact" Commun. AIS 22(1), 1-32 Click for PDF file
  • Friedman, K., D. Barron, et al. (2008). "Design research journal ranking study: preliminary results", Faculty of Design, Swinburne University of Technology.
  • Graham, L. J. (2008). "Rank and File: Assessing research quality in Australia." Educational Philosophy and Theory 40(7): 811-815.
  • Haddow, G. (2008). "Quality Australian journals in the humanities and social sciences". Australian Academic & Research Libraries, 39(2), 79-91.
  • King J.E. & P. Kriesler, (2008) "News from down under", On the Horizon, 16(4): 289-292
  • Mercieca, P. and P. Macauley (2008). "A New ERA of Open Access." Australian Academic & Research Libraries 39(4): 243-252.
  • Voudouris, N and Mrowinski, V. "Excellence in Research for Australia Initiative: Implications for the Discipline of Psychology". InPsych: The Bulletin of the Australian Psychological Society Ltd, 30(5), Oct 2008: 22.
  • Fisher, J., G. Shanks and J. W. Lamp. (2007) "A Ranking List for Information Systems Journals" Australasian Journal of Information Systems, 14(2), 5-18 Click for PDF file
  • Haddow, G. (2007). "Academic libraries and the Research Quality Framework." Australian Academic & Research Libraries, 38(1), 26-39.

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