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Parliamentary Affairs

Parliamentary Affairs

Research
Impact Score* 1.9

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Research Impact Score*: 1.9
Impact Factor: 1.324
Citescore: 2.4
SCIMAGO SJR: 0.527
SCIMAGO H-index: 47
Research Ranking (Law and Political Science) 67
Number of Best scientists*: 23
Documents by best scientists*: 28

Journal Information

ISSN: 0031-2290
Publisher: Parliamentary Affairs
Periodicity: Quarterly
Editors-in-Chief:
Journal & Submission Website: https://academic.oup.com/pa

Aims & Scope of the Journal

Parliamentary Affairs publishes scholarly documents exploring novel crucial contributions in the fields of Law and Political science. The dominant research topics covered in this academic venue are Law, Politics, Political economy, Public administration and Gender studies.
Parliamentary Affairs showcases high-quality, original documents where all submitted articles are peer reviewed to provide the highest quality. The journal welcomes submissions from the research community where the priority will be on the novelty and the practical impact of the published findings.


Parliamentary Affairs is listed in a wide scope of abstracting and indexing databases like Scopus, Web of Science and Research.com. A significant number of leading scientists have published their research contributions at this Journal for instance Paul Webb, Philip Norton, Matthew Flinders, Paul Webb and Philip Norton.


For additional information on the instructions and submission provisions for authors, please visit the official website for the journal for Parliamentary Affairs at https://academic.oup.com/pa .

Best Scientists who published in this Journal

Paul Webb

Paul Webb

University of Sussex

Publications: 3

Philip Norton

Philip Norton

University of Hull

Publications: 3

Matthew Flinders

Matthew Flinders

University of Sheffield

Publications: 2

John Curtice

John Curtice

University of Strathclyde

Publications: 2

Stephen Ward

Stephen Ward

University of Salford

Publications: 2

James Mitchell

James Mitchell

University of Edinburgh

Publications: 2

Tim Bale

Tim Bale

Queen Mary University of London

Publications: 2

Brian Salter

Brian Salter

King's College London

Publications: 1

Carolyn M. Hendriks

Carolyn M. Hendriks

Australian National University

Publications: 1

Adrian Kay

Adrian Kay

Australian National University

Publications: 1

Rens Vliegenthart

Rens Vliegenthart

University of Amsterdam

Publications: 1

Richard Nadeau

Richard Nadeau

University of Montreal

Publications: 1

Marc Debus

Marc Debus

University of Mannheim

Publications: 1

Jan Teorell

Jan Teorell

Lund University

Publications: 1

Richard Rose

Richard Rose

University of Strathclyde

Publications: 1

Paul Whiteley

Paul Whiteley

University of Essex

Publications: 1

*The metrics for this journal are compiled based on the data for scientists listed under Law and Political Science