BIS names top journals for central bank research

The Bank for International Settlements, Basel
Photo: Ulrich Roth

The Bank for International Settlements has published a paper revealing what researchers believe are the top academic journals for economics in the field of central banking.

Raphael Auer and Giulio Cornelli of the BIS and Christian Zimmermann of the Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis build a ranking based on “simple impact factors”. Their key change relative to standard rankings is that they only include citations in publications issued by a central bank. This allows them to account for central

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