Jurnal Akuntansi, Manajemen Dan Ekonomi Islam (JAM-EKIS) is indexed or abstracted by the following:

  • Crossref DOI
  • Garuda
  • BASE (Bielefeld Academic Search Engine
  • Google Scholar
  • Dimensions
  • WorldCat Discovery Services
  • PKP/Index
  • ROAD


The CiteScore of Jurnal Akuntansi, Manajemen Dan Ekonomi Islam (JAM-EKIS) is calculated as: 0.0 (Click Here for more information)

Impact Factor

Several journal metrics are calculated. The first metric is an alternative impact factor which is based on Google Scholar’s citation count.

The journal impact factor (JIF) normally referred to is the proprietary journal impact factor from Thomson Reuters calculated based on the Web of Science (WOS) and published in the Journal Citation Reports® (JCR). We call this the JCR®JIFDOAJ writes: “There is only one official, universally recognized impact factor that is generated by Thomson Reuters; it is a proprietary measure run by a profit-making organization. It runs against the ethics and principles of open access.” This journal has no JCR®JIF, but an alternative Google-based impact factor.

Today 80% of readers find their way to Jurnal Akuntansi, Manajemen Dan Ekonomi Islam (JAM-EKIS) articles via Google Scholar. No open or proprietary database is directing so many readers to Jurnal Akuntansi, Manajemen Dan Ekonomi Islam (JAM-EKIS) articles. Google Scholar is the only openly available database suitable for journal metric calculation. It has a wide coverage and is a meaningful source. For this reason, Jurnal Akuntansi, Manajemen Dan Ekonomi Islam (JAM-EKIS)  is calculating its own Impact Factor based on Google Scholar’s citation counts. Scientists are used to Thomson Reuters’ way of calculating an impact factor. For this reason, Jurnal Akuntansi, Manajemen Dan Ekonomi Islam (JAM-EKIS) applies Thomson Reuters'(TR) algorithm as published on in Figure 1. This algorithm is not protected and can be used by anyone. In short: Jurnal Akuntansi, Manajemen Dan Ekonomi Islam (JAM-EKIS)  calculates a 2-year Google-based Journal Impact Factor (2-GJIF).

Journal self-citations are citations to articles in the same journal. A Self-Cited Rate below 20 % is considered acceptable. A higher Self-Cited Rate than this could be explained by a journal’s novel or highly specific topic, but could also reveal a journal with excessive self-citations.

Please interpret the 2-GJIF with caution:

  • Due to differences in the underlying database, the value calculated here for the 2-GJIF cannot be compared with a JCR®2-JIF.
  • Do not compare journals from different subject fields based on their JIF. Journals in fundamental subject fields tend to have higher impact factors than journals in specialized or applied subject fields.
  • Journal metrics should not be used to assess individual authors. Please refer instead to our article metrics provided for each paper: Number of citations from Google Scholar and a number of citations from CrossRef.