Population Research and Policy Review
Population Research and Policy Review (PRPR) is a bimonthly academic journal that focuses on issues in demography and policy. It was established in 1982 and is published by Springer Science+Business Media. It is the official journal of the Southern Demographic Association. It is also indexed by H-index and ISSN.
Population Research and Policy Review has a high Impact score. The journal has a high impact factor, or h-index, which measures the productivity and citation impact of its published articles. This score is calculated using data from Scopus, a database that collects statistics about scientific publications.
Population Research and Policy Review publishes research in all aspects of population, from economics to health and political science. Its articles cover diverse topics and are suitable for a diverse audience. In addition to published papers, the journal also accepts general contributions and reviews. Its Impact score of 0731 places it in the top quartile of academic journals.
The h-index is a measure of the quality of the research published in a population-based journal. Hirsch proposed that the h-index be divided by the number of years since publication. He called this quotient m. This metric has become popular in population research.
A study in the Netherlands used bibliometric methods to analyze h-indexes and several other measures of scientific performance. It found that the h-index had a strong bias toward researchers who work in a field related to their primary focus. This bias limits the validity of evaluation practices.
The h-index measures the productivity of a scientist’s publications. It correlates with Nobel Prizes, research fellowships, and top university positions. It is calculated by counting the number of publications in a scientist’s field that are cited at least h times. A scientist with a high h-index may have published a large number of papers but have very few citations.
The Hirsch index has a relatively high predictive value, especially for honors and awards. This index is more easily calculated than journal impact factors, which require extensive research and a large number of citations to make an evaluation.
Publication frequency is an important factor in determining the impact of a journal. In terms of ISSN, Population Research and Policy Review is one of the most cited journals in the world. The ISSN is an eight-digit code that identifies publications in print and electronic media. In addition to ISSN, a journal’s impact score is determined by its number of citations.
This journal focuses on population research and policy and provides convenient sources for researchers and government officials. It aims to publish high quality articles that are relevant to the fields of population and related sciences. The frequency of publication varies according to first author affiliation, type of publication, and study population.
ISSN stands for International Standard Serial Number and is a unique eight-digit code used to identify publications in print and electronic media. Population Research and Policy Review has an overall rank of 6484 and a SCImago Journal Rank of 1. This measure is used to evaluate the citation impact of a journal and its productivity.
The journal is published by Springer Netherlands and is in the field of population and development. It publishes quality, interdisciplinary material for practitioners in the field. It covers economic, demographic, social, and political research. Topics covered include international fertility and mortality rates, employment, migration, and more.
This journal also publishes data descriptions. Data descriptions are short presentations of new sources of data. They are typically 2,500 words in length and should be of general interest. The text length can vary depending on the complexity of the dataset.