IPSR Reaches its Highest Impact Factor at 2.3

IPSR Reaches its Highest Impact Factor at 2.3

Publication date: Thu, 20 Jun 2024

We are pleased to announce that IPSA's flagship journal, the International Political Science Review (IPSR), has achieved its highest-ever impact factor of 2.3, up from 2.2 last year. This remarkable accomplishment reflects the hard work and dedication of our Co-Editors, Daniel Stockemer, Annika Hinze, and former Co-Editor Theresa Reidy, as well as the contributors and reviewers. 

IPSR is now ranked 75th out of 317 journals in the “Political Science” category and, for the first time, has been classified as a Q1 journal, placing IPSR among the top journals in its field. With a total of 2,115 citations, IPSR continues to make significant contributions to the field of political science.

Congratulations to everyone involved in achieving this milestone for IPSR!

For more detailed information about IPSR’s impact factor, please visit Sage’s Journal Overview and Metrics page

International Political Science Review
Established in 1980, the International Political Science Review is committed to publishing peer-reviewed articles that significantly contribute to political science. IPSR is published five times per year. IPSA members can access all issues of the journal, including the IPSR archive dating back to 1980, through the My IPSA menu.