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Author(s)
Baker H. Kent,
Kumar Satish,
Pattnaik Debidutta
Publication year2021
Publication title
journal of forecasting
Resource typeJournals
PublisherWiley
Abstract This study provides a retrospective of the Journal of Forecasting ( JoF ) between 1982 and 2019. Evidence shows a considerable increase in JoF's productivity and influence since 1982. For example, a JoF article, on average, receives more than 18 citations, and contributions from 65 nations appear in the journal. All articles have a forecasting implication, but JoF encourages a wide range of contexts recently featuring value‐at‐risk and financial econometrics. Factors with a positive association with JoF citations include the number of references, article length, article age, special issue, and number of authors.
Subject(s)bibliometrics , computer science , data science , library science
Language(s)English
SCImago Journal Rank0.543
H-Index59
eISSN1099-131X
pISSN0277-6693
DOI10.1002/for.2731

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