New Journal Impact Scores Out Now

We are pleased to announce that our two-year Journal Impact Factor score has increased to 2.192 and our five-year impact score increased to 2.551. This is the fourth consecutive year our scores have increased and these are our best numbers yet. Thank you to everyone who supports UAR as an author, reviewer, or reader!

A few of the most cited articles from volumes 53 and 54 are listed below. We encourage you to check them out and to share this post with others:

Neighborhood Ethnoracial Composition and Gentrification in Chicago and New York, 1980 to 2010 by Jeffrey M. Timberlake and Elaina Johns-Wolfe. This article can be found online or in Volume 53, Issue 2.

The Politics of Urban Climate Change Policy: Toward a Research Agenda by Sara Hughes. This article can be found online or in Volume 53, Issue 2.

Welcoming Cities: Immigration Policy at the Local Government Level by Xi Huang and Cathy Yang Liu. This article can be found online or in Volume 54, Issue 1.

Fragmented Regionalism: Why Metropolitan America Continues to Splinter by H.V. Savitch and Sarin Adhikari. This article can be found online or in Volume 53, Issue 2.

Urban Technological Innovation: Developing and Testing a Sociotechnical Framework for Studying Smart City Projects by Albert Meijer and Marcel Thaens. This article can be found online or in Volume 54, Issue 2.

Co-initiation of Collaborative Innovation in Urban Spaces by Eva Sørensen and Jacob Torfing. This article can be found online or in Volume 54, Issue 2.

The Growth Coalition in the (Post)-Fordist City: The Multi-Scalar and Dissonant Narratives of Mediated Urban Economies by Christian Lamour. This article can be found online or in Volume 54, Issue 6.

2-year Journal Impact Score from InCites Journal Citation Reports

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