University of Bristol Press/ Policy Press
Bristol University Press/ Policy Press publishes ten highly prestigious journals in the fields of public and social policy, politics and economics. Bristol University Press/ Policy Press is a leading specialist social science publisher committed to journals that will have an impact on research, learning, policy and practice at an international level.
- Bristol Univeristy Press, Policy Press 2018 Title List.pdf (.pdf / 91 KB)
- Bristol Univeristy Press, Policy Press 2018 Title List.xlsx (.xlsx / 12 KB)
- Criminal justice
- Family policy
- Public policy
- Social policy
- Social welfare
- Social work
- Urban policy
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Policy & Politics was awarded an impact factor of 1.939 in the 2016 Journal Citation Reports. It is also ranked 38 out of 165 in Political Science and 11 out of 47 in Public Administration.
Evidence & Policy was awarded the impact factor of 0.908 in the 2016 Journal Citation Reports. It is also ranked 52 out of 96 journals in its category of Social Science, Interdisciplinary.
Families, Relationships and Societies was awarded an impact factor of 0.57 in the 2016 Journal Citation Reports.
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Institutions in the following countries can register for access to University of Bristol Press/ Policy Press through the process below:
- Burkina Faso,
- Congo (The Democratic Republic of the),
- El Salvador,
- Papua New Guinea,
- Sierra Leone,
- Solomon Islands,
- South Sudan,
- Tanzania (United Republic of),
- West Bank and Gaza,
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Registration for University of Bristol Press/ Policy Press
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Further information is available on the Policy Press website: http://policypress.co.uk/journals
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